Episode 434 - Gulf Coast MakerCon
Hosted by Scott Ertz and Nicholas DiMeo, F5 Live is a livecast covering the worlds of gadgets, gaming, Internet and media.
This week, Microsoft goes a little crazy, Capcom goes to little screens and Kanye West goes a little more crazy.
This week, Amazon flips its decision on encryption, Yahoo flip-flops on selling its assets and E3 is just flopping.
Mobile World Congress 2016 - Episode 106
MWC 2016 hasn't started yet, and already we have lots of information about new devices, like the HP Elite x3 Windows 10 phone, the LG G5 and more. Avram discusses the most important information we know so far.
This week, mobile is at the forefront at MWC, GameStop attempts to corner the VR market and Kanye doesn't understand the Internet.
Vaio Z Flip - Episode 105
This week, Avram Piltch discusses a new laptop with some interesting features and quirks: the Vaio Z Flip. Since leaving Sony, Vaio has tried to differentiate themselves from the rest of the manufacturers, and with this laptop, they've done it with a unique hinge and a powerful processor. Is this a laptop to consider purchasing? Avram has the details.
This week, Facebook might launch a video service, Circuit City comes back from the dead and EA decides to Play, but not with E3.
Mini PCS - Episode 104
This week, Avram Piltch discusses the newest version of the Intel Compute Stick, due out in a few weeks. The new model offers a few enhancements over the previous model, most notably an additional USB port and 802.11ac wireless. In addition, he talks about the state of mini PCs in the industry, including new entrants into the category, niche models and top-rated devices.
This week, the big ISPs hate smaller competition, Valve adds new support to its SteamOS and Netflix doubles down on content, but might block you from watching it.
New Computer Features - Episode 103
This week, Avram Piltch talks about some of the new features coming to laptops and computers in 2016. USB Type-C can power a lot of new features, and a computer with those features make them better.
This week, CES is in the books, malware continues to plague Android and we find out what to look for in a laptop in 2016.
Philips Introduces an Inexpensive Trio of Headphones
Philips is set on keeping their customers satisfied with new products this year. They are targeting different consumer needs from a durable active-wear to high quality fashion headphones. Philips is making an active lifestyle easier and more convenient for customers by creating their new sports headphones, Wireless Freedom. This product is purely Bluetooth and gives the user a sense of running freely without feeling like they are wearing headphones at all. While being light weight, they are still extremely heavy duty and robust. Wireless Freedom has a long lasting battery life that lasts up to 4 and a half hours of playtime. Philips cares about the health and fitness of their customers and wants them to perform their best while working hard. Philips is also targeting people who want to look glamourous while listening to their music and they can with the new Everlite Headphones. It says it right on the box, "Streamlined to shine, clear and crisp." They are quality sounding headphones, made with a convenient built in microphone. The Everlite comes in an attractive rose gold color while looking great and sitting comfortable. They are even compact and easy to put away. If you are more into listening to music with no distractions, the Active Shield Pro is for you. Philips took noise cancellation by storm with a new and unique headset that eliminates 99% of background noise. The Active Shield Pro offers a no pollution, clean sound without having to crank up the volume to distract yourself from the outside world. You can enjoy them wireless or not with the ability to use the Bluetooth capability. Without a wire, the battery life can last up to 15 hours with Bluetooth and noise cancellation but also comes with a wire to plug into if the battery is too low so the music continues to play. These products are already available for purchase at Philips.com with the Wireless Freedom on sale for $69.99, the Everlite for $49.99, and the Active Shield Pro for $169.99. [ces2016sponsor] Interview by [tpndanielemendez]
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