We start with discussing technological advancements in the sport of golf. Next, we venture down the path of the impact an Android-based podcast app may have in the podcasting industry. Amazon is in the news again. This time, the FAA may have hampered the future of drone delivery in the US with the recent set of draft rules. Finishing up the show, the media giants Comcast and Time Warner Cable were slapped with a $20 billion racial discrimination lawsuit.
On Episode 252 of The Waves of Tech, we talk about the endless possibilities associated with the recent news of the Radio Shack bankruptcy and store closures. Amazon, Sprint, and Google are rumored to be taking over the brick-and-mortars. We focus on a move the Postal Service is making in some regions of the nation in reaction to changes in communication methods. As we enter 2015, the FCC is posed to make a ruling on net neutrality. Their ruling will shape the future of Internet usage. Enjoy the show and continue to ride…the waves of tech!
On Episode 251 of The Waves of Tech, we come with a full set of tech topics and stories from the week. Here is a brief summary of the show. We examine the need for Apple Watch to be a big hit for Apple. The FCC is coming down hard on hotels that intentional block WiFi hotspots. Microsoft finally adds Outlook and other office products for iOS. Google Earth is no longer subscription based. And finally, Amazon Echo adds some new features. Enjoy the show and continue to ride…the waves of tech.
This week on The Waves of Tech 250, we dive into the ins-and-outs of Microsoft’s Windows 10 announcement and examine some thoughts from the Apple fan boys on the software giant’s move. With the recent sad news of international plane failures, the NTSB is pushing for new flight recorder technology. Finally, is 2015 the year of podcasting? With listeners consuming over 21 million hours per day, there is a strong case for the argument. Enjoy the podcast and continue to ride the waves of tech!
This week on the Waves of Tech 249, Facebook and AT&T are on the agenda! Facebook made some tech headlines the past few weeks as they begin to introduce “Facebook at Work” and will begin integrating Amber Alerts into users’ News Feeds. In addition, the teen population weigh in on their thoughts on Facebook and the other Top 10 social sites. In the second half of the podcast, we debate the move from AT&T to introduce Rollover Data and discuss the growing demand for high-tech integration into sporting venues. Enjoy the show and continue to ride, the waves of tech!
It’s all about the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. With big announcements in consumer technology, specifically related to TVs and cable viewing options, there is plenty to discuss. Health and biotech are again big ticket topics. Finishing the show, we dissect the reasons behind the iTunes decline over the past few years and explain the move Microsoft is making in emerging markets.