Waves of Tech is all new this week with a show primarily based on becoming healthier! With the introduction of cell phones, tablets, handheld gaming devices, and e-readers, the use of such devices are causing health related issues and injuries. Also on the show, Yahoo! announced a new policy towards reducing telecommuting in their business. We discuss the benefits and challenges of telecommuting from a personal, professional, and health platform.
Are smartphones are getting smarter as the days pass by and some cool features on the horizon are worth talking about. The mobile market is about to be introduced to a new OS – Firefox OS. Mozilla is set to debut their OS this year in international markets.
Facebook has displeased millions of Americans this week with the news that the company isn’t paying any federal or state tax for the year. In international news, China has taken a #1 spot away from the US in a major tech category and we find that Sweden is the new epicenter of tech.
Waves of Tech 170 is here and ready!! With travel plans in place for Steve this week, we touch on some of the major advancements in motor vehicle travels over the past 30+ years in the car industry. Additionally, Google is bringing the Grand Canyon to our living rooms by utilizing Google Street View. Enjoy the podcast and be sure to head over to iTunes, subscribe to a podcast, and leave a comment!!
In 2013, there are things we should be doing online that most of us probably are not doing – things such as reading terms of service, checking privacy settings, and scanning old photos. We have 6 things to add to your “To Do List.” Also, the Super Bowl power outage was an opportunistic time for many companies to promote their products via social networks for pennies on the dollar.
We are back with a new show and new topics to discuss. The battle between the traditional, older media model versus the new media concept is always interesting to talk about amongst techies. Advertising in the new media model is quite different. Join us as we venture down the path of new media.