Discussion about Jeff Bezos’ purchase of The Washington Post and what they may mean for the company, traditional print media, and the digital presence of the paper. Dave retells a personal account of experiencing breaking news and how that event developed through social media and real eyewitnesses.
The Waves of Tech is part of the family and we are proud to present Episode 189! In the never ending search to find tech topics that relate to your everyday life, we found a couple more for tonight. We found some fun and intriguing apps that will keep you motivated in your workout routines. Also, we discuss the importance of Google Chromecast in the industry and what that means for you and your tech world.
We talk in-depth regarding the news of Netflix garnishing 14 Emmy nominations. This feat is monumental considering Netflix is the first non-televised program to be nominated for the prestigious award.
How often do we see tech-related, game-changing legislation in the news? Not very often and that is why we discuss the TV Consumer Freedom Act of 2013 on this week’s The Waves of Tech podcast. The battle will soon be set between cable companies and TV networks. Find out the details and join the conversation as we breakdown the proposed legislation by Senator McCain.
This week we are joined with two of our favorite people – Rick Limpert and John Hanlon. We can’t quite remember the last time we had a panel of hosts to discuss a topic! In this episode, John provides a solid review of the goods and bads of the Samsung Galaxy S4. That review dovetails into a smartphone showdown where the hosts speak their minds about the superiority of Apple, Android, Windows Phone, or Blackberry.
With so much attention placed on the use and siphoning of personal data in the NSA versus Edward Snowden battle, it’s a good time to have a healthy conversation about our personal data and whether or not we care about what is out there, how it is used, and where it goes. Personal data is everyone, located and stores by all financial institutions, health offices, tech firms, places of employment, and so much more. Do you care about your personal data?