Tim does some major upgrades to his NeoGeo Cabinet, David is stuck on mobile, Microsoft reveals new Windows features, and a all-new Mac conference is coming, Macstock!
The Case Show! Well, kinda. In answer to Neil’s question last week, FaceBook and Twitter weigh in on the case question for smart phones. Also, is Apple’s software getting worse? Apple also stopped the Single of the Week promotion, and Tim, David, and Owen discuss this and many other topics.
Tim and David discuss CRAZY WOZ, Sony exiting the PC business and LG thinking about it, Satya Nadella as the new CEO of Microsoft, Bitcoin booted from the Apple App Store, and what is Sapphire-Crystal and how could it change everything?
Tim Robertson and David Cohen discuss what happened at this weeks CES, including T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere getting kicks out of a party, 4K and curved television, and the lack of Window’s products represented at the show.
Is iOS a fad? Could it fall victim to the next big thing? Also, what are the ethics of downloading video, either television programs or movies, of content that you also buy. Tim and David discuss that and more on this episode of TechFan.
Forget Apple, is Android the biggest problem for Windows? Tim and David go an hour discussing the future of Android and Windows. Will we see a serious push from Android on laptops, and what would that mean to the future of Windows? Do people still want Window laptops? Do people want Android laptops? We go behind the numbers, and look to the future with varying degrees of agreement and disagreement. A fast, opinionated show.
Tom Schmidt from FirstTech in Minneapolis joins Tim and David to discuss what an Apple Specialist is, what they do, and why Apple customers may have a better choice than an Apple Store. Tim buys a new PS3 and overlooks obvious solutions to getting his saved game data to the new machine. Neflix has more woes, as does David with iOS games. Plus, after HP ditches the TouchPad, now they ditch their CEO! All that, and MUCH more on this episode of TechFan.
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Tim Robertson and David Cohen discuss interactive gaming. Okay, video games, sheesh! From two guys who grew up on video games, we look at where the technology was at in our childhood, the rise and fall of the arcade, the coming of the home gaming market, how Apple and iOS is changing the way we find and consume games, and what the future may hold.