The car of the future is already here, we just need to give it a legal framework and more sensors. This weeks podcast talks about connected gars, garages and HVAC systems.
Thanks to a new HTML element, there’s a bit of a difference between the new picture tag and the old image element in Chrome beta 38. On this week’s podcast we explain why it’s a better solution for responsive design.
Timing is everything, and getting both the time right and making sure it stays synchronized across unreliable networks for the internet of things is the key challenge behind a recent NSF grant.
Apple unveiled HomeKit, a smart home play that relies heavily on third-party software and developers. In this week’s podcast we talk to four different people about their thoughts on this news.
This week’s Structure show: Bill Fathers on VMware’s hybrid cloud opportunity; And Mesophere founder Florian Leibert on the beauty of Mesos for management of massive resource pools.
Early Altiscale customers include digital media and advertising companies eager to take advantage of big data but don’t necessarily know a node from a hole in the wall.
On this week’s podcast, we dig around some Chrome OS code and find mention of support for Intel’s new chips, so new hardware may be on the horizon. Plus three tips, one listener question answered and more!
On this week’s podcast devoted to all things Chrome, we take some listener questions on remote access, share news of Google Now being tested as part of the Chrome browser and discuss WebP images.
After repeated Chrome and Chromebook questions on the weekly call-in podcast, we’re changing things up! Welcome to the first GigaOm Chrome Show where we’ll discuss all things Chrome: tips, tricks, news and more.
Whether you think they are a Ponzi scheme or the future of money, Bitcoins were all over the news this week as the value of the digital currency crashed. Hard. We get to the bottom of what Bitcoins are and what this grand financial experiment is all about. Speaking of crash, Aereo would like to crash the traditional broadcast TV party with a new way to get over-the-air TV and the big networks are none too happy about it. And speaking of happy, Stacey Higginbotham is ecstatic that Google (s GOOG) will soon be putting her on an all fiber (to the home) diet.
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Hosts: Chris Albrecht, Tom Krazit
Guests: David Meyer, Janko Roettgers, Stacey Higginbotham
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