In this weeks episode: Waymo self-driving semi’s, dig-once federal law could bolster broadband efforts, state-level right to repair bills, an Oculus snafu, Xbox One X to get FreeSync-tech, Mar10 and Google Maps, and Fortnite cross-play coming to Xbox!
In this weeks episode: Windows Phones are back–sorta, new Nokia phones, Amazon to open more Go stores, Airbnb Plus revealed, 5G coming to select cities from AT&T, 50 fooled us, CBS Sports HQ, Swype is dead, and Apple using Google Cloud.
The Techpedition duo is back, with their weekly discussion of all things tech. In this week’s episode: cyber-attacks on the Winter Olympics, Microsoft’s cloud-storage giveaway, Intel’s Vaunt smart glasses, SpaceX looks to make more history in 2018, Chinese police use facial recognition glasses, HTTP and Google Chrome, Facebook’s down-vote, SuperNT, and a water-cooled power supply.
We are back for another episode of tech-centric topics, with friend of the show Kyle Jones from Discussing Who. In this episode, we talk Surface price drops, HQ Trivia venture capital, Spotify-Discord group listening, Mario Kart Tour, Microsoft’s acquisition of PlayFab, Strava heat-maps, crypto-currency regulation and price fluctuation, and Dragon Ball FighterZ.
In this episode, we bring back Techpedition original Carl Minor to talk some tech. We talk graphic card price hikes, Amazon's automated store, voice-activated devices, Fl Studio, Nintendo Labo, and the meaning of “Made In America”.
In this episode, we take a look back at 2017, discussing the good, the bad, and the ugly. Back at our parents house, deep in the country, we talk about the noteworthy stories of the year, and finish things up giving our opinion on Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
In this episode: Bitcoin continues to go big, as witnessed by futures and the Coinbase apps’ rise in the Apple App Store, James Cameron’s Alita: Battle Angel straddles the uncanny-valley, while Amazon finally lands on Apple TV. Finally, we talk about a hardware heavy-hitter, Nvidia’s Titan V.
In this episode, we talk graphic cards and processors! We talk about reference cards and why AMD is halting production of the Vega reference card, the new tax bill brings huge tech stock declines, AMD Ryzen’s decision on AM4, and finally the continuation of the NFL Surface love.
In this episode, we go to the cloud! Kary’s off at AWS re:Invent 2017 in Vegas, and AWS has quite a few exciting announcements in tow! On the AWS side of things, we talk about Sumerian, WMWare, and PrivateLink. While on the non-AWS side of things, Mac High Sierra has a major security vulnerability, Microsoft moves to tab sets, and Bungie experiences Destiny 2 woes.
In this episode of the Techpedition Podcast — we are in awe of the Nintendo Switch’s latest NPD numbers, Intel’s acquisition of Raja Koduri looks to shakeup the graphics card game, Mozilla Firefox makes a comeback, and finally, micro-transactions, micro-transactions, micro-transactions. Buckle-up and join us for the ride. Hosted by Kary Brown and Clarence Brown.
We are back! In this episode, we talk about The Last Jedi trailer impressions, HyperLoop-hype, the Han Solo project title, Oculus Go, some Mike Tyson Punch Out goodness, and we wrap things up by talking about the huge PC release of Destiny 2!
Dicejunkies in the house! Xenodamus from Dicejunkies joins us as we break the normal format a bit, and sit around the virtual coffee table -- er, Discord channel -- to talk a bit of tech. We catch up on the Google’s Pixel 2 announcements, talk about the new bezel-less world, and give our thoughts on some upcoming movies. Hosted by Kary Brown and Clarence Brown, with special guest Mark Wells.
This week it’s all about the news! We talk about Best Buy pulling the plug on Kaspersky — and so should you, the new iPhone and iOS 11 is almost here, the Space X space suit, the state of unlimited wireless data, Facebook Watch and their billion dollar ambitions, the new 2K18 demo, the BB8 counterpart — BB9-E, the end of the original XBOX One, and finally Disney rumors of an Obi-Wan movie. Buckle-in, this should be a fun one.
In this episode, we swing the focus back to video games! After covering some industry news, we talk about a classic in Final Fantasy XII, reminiscence Metal Gear's greatness and lament the release of Metal Gear Survive, take a brief walk down retro-memory lane, and finish things up talking about the great new release in Sonic Mania.
In this episode, we talk all about “The Defiant Ones”. With Sergio Lugo of Reality Breached alongside, we give the four episode miniseries the deep-dive, giving our thoughts on the HBO special which chronicles the lives of Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine . Hosted by Kary Brown and Clarence Brown.
In the episode, it’s time for some Spider-Man: Homecoming. We give the theatrical release the deep-dive with spoilers abound. We also deliver a bit of news, and a brief update on what we’ve been playing.