Sept 25, 2016 - Episode 449
This week, Verizon doesn't think you need unlimited data, Twitter's popularity grows and Netflix wants to make a lot of what you watch.
Sept 18, 2016 - Episode 448
This week, Google might have to pay for content, Apple is unlikely to purchase Tidal and Niantic breathes new life into Pokémon GO.
Sept 4, 2016 - Episode 446
This week, Google scales back again, Nintendo might be returning to its roots and YouTube claims it's not censoring content.
Backspace Navigation - Episode 117
This week, Avram Piltch discusses one of the worst keyboard shortcut decisions in internet history: the backspace key. In most browsers, this key, in certain contexts, is the same as hitting the back button on the toolbar. The problem with this is that, if you're typing and accidentally click your mouse ,you can lose everything you've typed. Google is trying to fix this, hopefully others will follow suit.
This week, WhatsApp shares data, PlayStation shares games and artists share space on Spotify.
MizuCon 2016 - Episode 26
This week, we team up with [url=http://plughitzlive.com/radio/1-f5-live-refreshing-technology.html]F5 Live: Refreshing Technology[/url] to talk to our cast about our latest show: Smash-a-Thon.
MizuCon 2016 - Episode 444
This week, we team up with [url=http://3000brigade.com]The 3000 Brigade[/url] to talk to the cast about their latest show: Smash-a-Thon.
This week, HP moves away from Android, Microsoft moves towards Beam and Hulu moves their free service to Yahoo.
Devices to Avoid Buying Right Now - Episode 116
This week, Avram Piltch discusses the technology products that you should avoid purchasing right now. Should you upgrade your Android phone? Your iPhone? What about your aging Lumia? Now might not be the time. Avram will let you know whether or not this is a good time to buy.
This week, Pokemon GO causes legal heartache, Facebook begins removing misleading stories and Hulu begins to prepare for live video.
Gole1 Hands-On - Episode 115
This week, Avram Piltch shows off an interesting take on the micro computer: the Gole1. This little Atom-powered computer works similar to an Intel Compute Stick, running Windows 10 and Android. It also adds a battery and 5 inch touchscreen. The question is, does the screen add anything to the experience, or is it just a gimmick? Avram has the answer.
Windows 10 Gives and Takes - Episode 114
This week, Avram Piltch discusses the ups and downs of Windows 10 this week. On July 29, Microsoft ended the free upgrade program for Windows 7 and 8 users to move to Windows 10. On August 2, Windows 10 Anniversary Update will be released, adding some new and exciting, but also some unexpected and potentially dangerous features to the operating system. Avram talks about them all.
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