Ep. 161: Road (and air) test Video
Rafe and Tom talk Canon Vixia HV30 and HP Windows Home Server; Molly Wood joins to talk about the HP Envy; and RogueTess calls in with an iPhone app road test. That and much more road tested for your enjoyment.
The Pogoplug provides a quick and easy way to share files from any USB storage device to users on a home network or over the Internet.
Rafe and Tom talk about the long-term use of gadgets like TiVo, the MiFi, and more. We even get a road test report on FreeNAS from Dave the psychologist!
This week on Always On, we road test Motorola's Moto X, taking it out for a night on the town. We explore new parking options using tech on a smartphone. And, Molly Wood rants about Google Glass.
Rafe and Molly take over the show today, due to travels by Tom and Natali, and not surprisingly, geek out and argue a lot about things like FM radio transmitters. In the actual news, it's cell phone Monday with lots of talk about the spread of Android, the future of smartphone Internet apps, and the stupidity of illegally pirating a movie and reviewing it on Fox News. Oops.
The venture capitalist talks about the brewing battle between Google's Android and Apple iOS at Business Insider's Ignition West conference today in San Francisco. Henry Blodget, Business Insider editor in chief, moderates the discussion.
At CES 2012 Scott Stein chats with Jed Putterman, co-founder of Pogoplug, about cloud technology and the latest in cloud services.
Tom and Rafe talk about eReaders and help you decide which one you should get.
Rafe and Tom talk about what apps for mobile devices are and list some of their favorites as well as a few from listeners.
Donald Bell and Dan Ackerman talk about the trends in ultra-mobile computing, with host Rafe Needleman.