Saturday, April 26, 2014
TechTalk Monday April 21
Andrew Thomas of www.digitalnexa.com and I had a great chat about the latest and greates technology out here.
And here are the show notes!
Apps for ads
GPS navigation app, can be used offline, great price
Review HTC One M8
YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!
-this is plain and simple a great phone.
-focus images already taken with ufoduc
-htc sense is fun
-4.4.2 kitKat (awesome)
-dual front facing speakers!
-5inch full HD screen
-dual 4mp and single 5mp cameras
-love the selfie feature (has a timer)
-can put yourself in images front and back simultaniously
-2.5Ghz processor FASSSSST
-COMES WITH A CASE, THOUGHT THE METAL GOT HOT WHEN IT WAS WORKNG HARD.
-nice headphones come with it
This looks cool
free books for samsung owners, this is big, swipe at ibooks
ouch, thats a lot of wedge for couch surfing
your image is as important as your companys image
smart watches and home automation
fuelband panic over but that garmin is looking very attractive
dropbox on the offensive, google in its sites
How much of us is online?
Nike to get out of fitness hardware?
Just days after Nike announced the launch of its Fuel Lab location in San Francisco to enhance partnerships with other digital services for athletes, there's a report that it's fired much of the team behind its FuelBand wristwear. CNET reports that, according to a person familiar with the matter, as many as 55 people from its 70-member hardware team are being laid off, and plans for another version of the FuelBand to follow the SE have been shelved. All of this comes just as the wearables market is heating up, with products already arriving from Samsung, LG, Motorola, Pebble and more, while activity tracking integrated with phones is also becoming more popular. At the same time, not all of Nike's tech initiatives have worked out, and Nike+ has largely disappeared from its shoes in the last year.
we have a date for the google phoneblok phone
Instagram and simplicity of video is a star check Starbucks
Rear Camera technology goes mainstream!
Booktracks, now this is cool and educational, so the site says!