It’s the most wonderful time of the year — the time to get stuff! From tablets to over-the-top TV, we talk about the best gear to give (and receive) on this special edition podcast.
On this week’s show we examine the fascinating and frightening idea of live tweeting military action and then move on to less serious matters to get all Google-y about TV, Nexus 4 and Chrome OS.
How did different media perform on election night? How many screens did you use? We talk about the political coverage as well as AT&T ditching its old copper networks and whether the iPad mini is the truest iPad experience.
This week on the podcast: We tell you what you need to know about Windows 8 (and Surface), dive deep into the topic of disruption and round out the show with a rundown of all the big earnings news.
Apple unveiled a smaller iPad, a thinner iMac and so much more at a special event today. A special Apple event deserves a special edition podcast! Erica Ogg and Kevin Tofel provide all the news you need to know for your way home from work.
This week’s episode is live from our Mobilize Conference where we talk big mobile ideas ranging from talking to data to connected health to the dangers of an overly connected automobile. Kevin Fitchard, Stacey Higginbotham and Kevin Tofel join in the fun.
Tablets (or any gadget) are supposed to be our companions for a long time. And in order to review them, you really have to live with them. So, after using the new Kindle Fire for about three days, all I can offer are my early impressions.
Today we’re launching our first weekly podcast. The Commutist gives you all the tech news and analysis you need to know during your morning commute into work. This episode is all about Amazon’s new Kindle lineup — and whether they’re worth all the hype.
Apple’s iPad sold 15.4 million units during the final calendar quarter of 2011, representing a 111-percent year-over-year increase in tablet sales. Android tablets may have gained market share during the same period, but it’s PC makers that should fear that growth.
Apple’s plans for a 7-inch iPad are a very hot topic heading into the new year, but they may not bear any tangible fruit for consumers in 2012. A Wedge Partners analyst doesn’t think it’s in the cards. Instead, Apple might offer a cheaper iPad 2.