Twitter, Digg, and Reddit — Brian Papa, Pablo Quinteros and Dan Patterson talk about dev issues and why these platforms matter. It’s episode 11 of The Big Apple App Guys
Archive | May, 2012
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:08:24 — 31.4MB) iPad and tablets in the enterprise are on this episode of YATS (Yet Another Tech Show) with our Mat Lee, Larry Press, Mike Rothman, and yours truly.
Alexa Miller joined the show via Facetime — from St. Louis, Missouri. She really needed funding for the Japanese version of his homespun app that’s really selling well in Japan. A developer in the audience offered to do her Kanjii version — for free. Aw.
Our +Chris Miller of idoNotes reviews and selects the Verbatim top portable power pack — here’s how it stands up against its competitors.
Shane Brady reviews the new Android app for SiriusXM. All in all — it’s a standout entry. Here’s why heavy podcast listeners should care.
It’s Trey’s Variety Hour 37 — now back in NZ, our Trey Ratcliff recaps his appearance at the Google+ Photographers Conference in San Francisco last week.
Carey Head takes on Ant Pruitt’s challenge to give Ubuntu Desktop a go. Is the newest version of Ubuntu 12.04, aka the most popular Linux desktop, ready for most users? The answer will surprise you.
Tech 411 episode 040. The guys start the show with app picks, then Todd Moore and Oscar Santana review picks of the past. One question: Is Instagram really just for girls?
CREDIT: NASA Gradually, we will fill this gallery with vids, pics and words describing this historic union of a private commercial craft — the SpaceX Dragon private commercial docking craft with the internationally run and space agency managed ISS. It is a big deal. So far so good. Stick around as we beef up this […]
The Space Station caught the Dragon by the tail. It’s the first instance of the success of the new NASA policy. A long time ago some of us said that NASA shouldn’t be running operations, it should create markets and let the industry take care of the rest. The government doesn’t operate the railroads, or […]