Jefferson Graham sits down with three Google Play award winners for best Android apps and talks all things Android--and their apps, Hopper, World Around Me and Alpha Bear, from the Google I/O conference in Mountain View, CA.
Portland photographer and software founder Andrew Funderburg talks about the importance of photo prints for future generations, why he left his cushy job as an English teacher in Japan to start marketing photo album software, and the growing Portland tech scene, on an extended #TalkingTech with Jefferson Graham.
On this week's Roundtable: how to protect your digital identity, manage your ever-expanding photo collection, buy fresh flowers online and all about Google's new 360 VR filmaking division, Spotlight Stories.
Charleston, SC looks to be the next Atlanta or Raleigh, NC, with a booming tech community that will bring in extra dollars and more jobs to the local economy. What are the pros and cons of starting a tech firm there? Jefferson Graham explores on this live edition of #TalkingTech, from the Dig South conference.
Who's right--Apple or the FBI over whether the government has the right to dive into your phone? The Talking Tech Roundtable dives in, and talks great apps to start your day and enjoy live events, the domain battle between Donald Trump and Jeb Bush and how tech startups have forever changed the L.A. beach community of Venice. Guests: Rikki Farr, Scott Carlis and Loralie Ogden. Jefferson Graham hosts.
The #TalkingTechLIVE roundtable reviews the new YouTube Music app and explains why it could be bigger than Spotify or Apple Music, tackles mobile dating, on apps like Tinder, JDate and Christian Mingle, takes on T-Mobile's new "free" video streams, at lower quality and talks on-demand barbers and a new app for creating apps, DWNLD. #TalkingTech is hosted by Jefferson Graham
Our #talkingtechLIVE panel goes back to the future all the way to 2045 for an entertaining look at what life and technology will be like 30 years from now. Panelists include Greg Cohn, Jarek Khan and Allison Mac.
The #talkingtechLIVE roundtable takes on Facebook's new Like emojis, Apple Pay coming to Starbucks, how to find TV shows to watch for streaming, Garth Ancier's Twitter feud with a popular actor, the Caravan website for buying used cars online, photographer Michael Grecco and BloomNation, for getting artisan flowers delivered. Jefferson Graham hosts.
The TalkingTech Roundtable dives into the world of telemedicine, and digital house calls on this week's podcast. We hear from Doctorondemand, Amwell, Anthem, Cleveland hospital, doctors and patients, on the next frontiers in digital health care.
Talking Tech Roundtable from Apple's developers conference, with app makers talking about their award-winning apps, the state of the app economy, and the coolest new apps they just downloaded to their phones.
Members of the USA TODAY tech team analyze Apple's announcements from the WWDC developer's conference, weighing in on the new music service, software updates for the iPhone, iPad and Mac computers. Jefferson Graham, Ed Baig, Laura Mandaro and Jon Swartz.
Jefferson Graham previews software updates announced at WWDC developer conference in San Francisco, offering new features for iPhone, a new subscription music service, and a new operating system for computers, OS X El Capitan.
The Talking Tech Roundtable panel previews the upcoming WWDC Apple developer conference, looking at a new music service and upgrades to the IOS mobile operating system. We also take a look at Karma, a new tech start-up that protects your online rep. Panelists include online cartoon pioneer Fred Seibert, analysts Mike Vorhaus and Peter Csathy, Sensay's Crystal Rose and and Karma's Zach Schiff-Abrams.
On this week's TalkingTech Roundtable podcast, Jefferson Graham reviews the new Google Photos app, and talks the Google I/O announcements with Sandy Grushow, Brent Bushnell, Eoin Dowling, Angelo Pullen and Farhad Massoudi . TalkingTech runs every Thursday live at 8 p.m. ET on TuneIn.
Should us travelers be concerned about finding affordable vacation rentals in our favorite city? That’s a concern of many now that an affluent suburb of Los Angeles this week banned private short-term rentals, in a move aimed at popular alternative sites like Airbnb and VRBO. Our Talking Tech Roundtable tackled the issue on our weekly podcast.