This week’s podcast brings you a host of topics that we all can definitely talk on for about 2 hours, but we do it in a brief 35 minutes. To begin, let’s talk about some Tech TidBits – cockpit automation implications, a brief review of the iPad Air, Applebee’s 100,000 tablet movement, and Black Friday shopping. In our main topic, holiday shopping is in full swing and that means holiday scamming is as well. We present some helpful hints and tips on protecting yourself this holiday season.
From electric Formula One to Mars exploration we have it all in this episode. Technology has brought us a long way, but technology has also create concerns such as the environment. Will motor sports fans embrace electric auto racing as we move away from internal combustion engines?
Amazon and the US Postal Service team up for an unprecedented agreement to begin delivering Amazon packages on Sundays! In our Tech TidBits, we discuss the downfall of Blockbuster as they set the stage for closing over 300 stores nationwide and talk about Netflix inking another big deal with Marvel Comics.
This week on The Waves of Tech 200, we celebrate a milestone and recap the beginnings of this podcast. Thanks for being a part of this podcast and for the continued support through the years. This week, we talk about people utilizing Instagram to sell firearms and how drivers are being ticketed for wearing Google Glass while driving. We round out the show by saying thank you for being a part of Episode 200 and provide some insight to the evolution of the podcast. Tune in and you just might give yourself the opportunity to win some great giveaway prizes on The Waves of Tech.
Thanks for listening to The Waves of Tech, a finalist in the Tech category for the 2013 Podcast Awards. On this week’s show, we discuss the news that Nielsen will soon be collecting data from non-traditional sources and discuss the shift Disney is making toward distributing a new TV series to an app-only platform. In our main topic, we banter about the knowledge CEOs actually have about the technology their company endorses and the technology behind their products
We have a big lineup for the show and we begin our podcast with a few items and brief discussion related to Apple’s Campus 2 future, Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 release, and Apple announcements speculations. For the main topic of the show, we find that most employees really want to use their personal devices at work. So, we throw some ideas around as to some of the consequences and positives associated with that venture.