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 Mar 29, 2015 at 9:15 PM Eastern
Hosted by Scott Ertz and Nicholas DiMeo, F5 Live is a livecast covering the worlds of gadgets, gaming, Internet and media.
Show airs Sunday Mar 29, 2015 at 9:00 PM Eastern
Windows 10 - Episode 79
This week, Avram Piltch talks about and shows off some of the best and worst aspects of the latest Windows 10 Technical Preview - Build 10041. We talk about 4-corner snapping, monitor seams and the Start menu, plus the issues with Netflix and whether it is time to try it out.
This week, Sony rights the ship, the FTC distrusts Google but then doesn't and Nintendo teams up to make mobile games.
Episode 390 - Orlando FRC Regional
This week, we head to Orlando for the FIRST FRC Orlando Regional. We speak to team members and alumni about their experiences with the organization.
This week, Maxis shuts its doors and its cities, HBO peaks out of its cable paywall and mobile payment systems run rampant in Barcelona.
Mobile World Congress 2015 - Episode 78
This week, Avram Piltch talks about his experiences at Mobile World Congress 2015, which he describes as the best ever. We follow the trends of mobile payments, biometrics, virtual reality and cheap phones. Most importantly, he talks about his experience with the HTV/Valve Vive and Portal demo.
This week, Twitter takes on the trolls, GameStop sets up Shack and Fable restores meaning in free to play.
Intel RealSense - Episode 77
This week, Avram Piltch has got an Intel RealSense developer kit and he is ready to show it off. Between virtual green screens, face scans and emotion detection, there are lots of interesting capabilities in this new technology.
This week, Google stops being childish, Sling lets you take back TV and Evolve's DLC practices aren't very evolved from former DLC practices.
Preparing for a Data Breach - Episode 76
This week, Avram Piltch talks about what you can do to prepare for a data breach. In the wake of this week's Anthem data breach, people are worried about what they might need to do to protect themselves, and what they could have done before to prevent it. Avram, and the teams at LAPTOP and Tom's Guide have put together lists of what to do both before and after a loss like this.
This week, RadioShack closes its doors, Twitter says it sucks and Zelda gets real.
Dell Venue 8 7000 - Episode 75
This week, Avram Piltch has a show and tell item for us - the Dell Venue 8 7000, a confusingly named, by interesting Android tablet. Sporting a bright, vibrant 8.4" screen and an Intel RealSense camera, is this $300 tablet worth the price? Avram explains.
This week, Windows goes to 10, YouTube goes on at halftime and Verizon goes to the finish line with FiOS.
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