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.
This week, Sony's not leaving, Facebook goes to work and Google can't play nice with others.
New Computer Requirements - Episode 74
This week, Avram Piltch explains some of the hardware to expect in your next computer. If Intel's expectations are correct, this is the year of computer upgrades, which means you are more likely to need this list than not.
This week, a new year, a new studio and a CES recap.
CES 2015 Recap - Episode 73
This week, Avram Piltch discusses some of his favorite experiences from CES 2015. Whether it be a watch that can help you secure your computer and property to a mini computer from Intel, Avram saw it all.
Shortcut Labs Magic Button, Flic
Sometimes a product is so catchy that more than one team checks it out. While Nicholas DiMeo checked out [url=http://plughitzlive.com/radio/2-1023-shortcut-labs-announces-the-flic-a-programmable-button-to-simplify-your-life.html]Shortcut Labs Flic button[/url], so did Chris Davis. The [url=http://www.flic.io/]Flic[/url] is a wearable magic button. It allows you to control aspects of your phone without ever having to take it out of your pocket. You can use it to control Spotify, get directions to your house or even a custom macro. A single button cell battery can last up to 60,000 clicks, which could be over 15 years at 10 clicks per day. The Flic is available for preorder now for $99 for 5 buttons. Interview by [tpnchrisdavis] for [tpn]. [ces2015sponsor]
Keep Your Eyes on the Road with a Heads Up Display
As our phones are used more in the car, finding a way to make the process safer is essential. One of the best ways of doing this is to allow you to keep your eyes on the road and still have the benefits of the phone. While technologies like Cortana have made large portions of the phone easier, what about visually important applications? [url=http://www.road-eyes.com/]RoadEyesCams[/url] shows off their M6 HUD, a small extra screen and mirror set that allows you to project the screen of your phone onto your windshield. The screen connects to your phone via Wi-Fi and allows you to see navigation information, etc. without taking your eyes off the road. The M6 HUD will be available soon for $299. Interview by [tpntoddcochrane] for [tpn]. [ces2015sponsor]
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