Amazon continues to improve the online shopping world by introducing Amazon Dash into the Amazon Fresh environment. Amazon FireTV makes yet another appearance in this week’s show again. In closing, we discuss Microsoft’s move to incorporate some old design features into Windows 8.1 and toss around the Mozilla CEO resignation for a bit.
We provide all the details surrounding Amazon’s Fire TV. We dive into how technology is improving the lives of people with Alzheimer’s and dementia-related diseases in nursing homes. We also discuss saving water by using a smart sprinkler system and how public shaming of those that text while drive may be the next step in creating more driver awareness.
In a week where technology news has been sparse, we will always find a way to talk tech!! This week on The Waves of Tech 217, we tackle the topics of Indiegogo funding, Disney’s latest acquisition, Microsoft’s goodbye to Office 2003, and taxes without CPAs. Enjoy the show and make sure to head over to iTunes and give a rating and comment. And we hope you continue to ride…the waves of tech!
We venture down a variety of tech pathways to give you the latest and greatest in the technology. On this week’s show, we discuss the SXSW incident, Starbucks digital tipping, iOS in flight, Audi in-car technology, and Amazon Prime.
We cover a wide range of technological industries – poor social media judgment, public transit improvements, state of the business cards field, and the latest LED-lit HD displays in the works. Here at The Waves of Tech, we find the tech stories that impact your life and bring you the details.
Google and Apple dominate the conversation. On the Google front, a man in Central California is ticketed for using Google Maps in this car, Chrome for iOS gets a compression feature, and Google Glass finds it way into surgery and the ER. On the Apple front, CarPlay is the latest feature from iOS 7 that allows drivers and passengers to bring iOS right into their car.