Hosted by Scott Ertz and Nicholas DiMeo, F5 Live is a livecast covering the worlds of gadgets, gaming, Internet and media.
Show airs Sunday Aug 3, 2014 at 9:00 PM Eastern
Hosted by Avram Piltch, Online Editorial Director of LAPTOP Magazine and Tom's Guide, and moderated by Scott Ertz and Nicholas DiMeo, The Piltch Point is a livecast covering the news of the week in the mobile space.
Show airs Sunday Aug 3, 2014 at 9:15 PM Eastern
Toddler Tech - Episode 57
This week, Avram Piltch brings us some of the best apps available in the Android and iOS markets for toddlers. He discovered that, while most kids apps are appropriate for kids 5 and older, toddlers require a different set of features. For example, a simple menu structure and no reading make using the app possible for a 2-year-old.
This week, Amazon is trying to do too much at once, Google is trying to buyout the competition and the FTC is trying to explain why health and Internet things are scary.
Episode 56 - Worst Gadgets to Purchase Now
Last week Avram Piltch told us about some of [url=http://plughitzlive.com/radio/3-896-episode-55-best-gadgets.html]the best gadgets to purchase today[/url]. This week he's flipping it and talking about some of the worst tech purchases you could make today. From smartwatches and phones to wearables, he's got it all.
This week, nVIDIA tries again with Android, Russia tries again to cover things up and our government tries to look like it's being productive.
Episode 55 - Best Gadgets
Avram Piltch often brings the world top 10 lists, but sometimes people just want the best of the best. That is what we have tonight. What is considered the best smartphone, laptop and tablet for what you are doing? Here are Avram and LAPTOP Magazine's choices.
This week, Aereo tries to fit in with the cable companies, China says the most popular device the country manufactures is a national security threat and Curse throws a curveball to the PC gaming industry.
Episode 54 - Morality of Augemented Reality
Avram Piltch recently moderated a panel at CE Week in New York, presented by the Consumer Electronics Association. The panel was about wearable technology and its implications on our culture. He had 4 experts on representing both technology and culture (available on [url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uFwhKPaq9zU]YouTube[/url]). While doing a great job moderating the panel, he was inspired to write his own opinions on the topic. Tonight he discusses those opinions on why wearables and AR make us more human, not less.
This week, the feds protect Facebook from a scammer, Cliff Bleszinski launches an epic new studio and Samsung forgets about media to work on hardware.
Episode 53 - LG G Watch and Android Wear
Avram Piltch shows off the new LG G Watch, as well as the Android Wear platform. As he shows, the platform might not be ready for a public debut, and the G Watch might not be worth the $229 pricetag.
This week, the Supreme Court takes a stance on both your privacy and your entertainment, Mario Kart takes the Wii U to another level and Alibaba takes on the other exchange.
Episode 52 - The Why Nots of the Amazon Fire Phone
Avram Piltch is never one to back down from a topic, even if it might be controversial. This one, it turns out, was not. He discusses the reasons why you should NOT get an Amazon Fire Phone; for example, the whole concept of a store disguised as a phone.
This week, T-Mobile's CEO goes on another profane-ridden attack, Spotify might be streaming video and Nintendo doesn't win in World 1-UK.
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