We are glad to be back and joined by JD Sutter of Radio CSS Media (@RadioCSS). This episode, we dive into the endless cycle of credit fraud and theft, the decision Apple has made regarding iTunes Festival and Apple TV, and finally discuss the potential of McDonald’s creating their own mobile payment app.
Discussion focusing on mobile app development for local government and breakdown the latest facelift NetFlix has on the XBox 360.
On this week’s show, we offer up some suggestions to the failing customer service support coming from a particular Internet provider. We dive into the latest app that may be too intrusive or the coolest thing in a long time – CurrentID.
The Waves of Tech crew is at it again this week with discussions about Microsoft’s counter to Google Glass, an opinion on going paperless in today’s digital lifestyle, and the social media elements in the Olympics Games in London.
Steve expresses his strong dislike for the cell phone industry while Jim is pretty happy because the cell phone industry saved him some money. Dave takes the side that we are all responsible for what the cell industry is doing.
On Waves of Tech we discuss personal credit card security and what steps to take to protect ourselves. We share the subtle but clever technological advancements on the Las Vegas strip. Regarding the workplace, we discuss the use of QR codes in the organizational hiring process. Is it good or bad? Finally, the crew blasts into a conversation about the hypersonic flight program from DARPA.