Well, there are a lot of unanswered questions. Is the Internet service symmetric? How many fiberhoods will Kansas City be divided into? What will the uptake and response to the fiberhood rollout plan be? How will cable and telephone companies in Kansas City respond? Google at last has announced the pricing plans for its long-awaited […]
Archive | July, 2012
On this action-packed edition of Attack of the Androids regular hosts Mat Lee, Seth Heringer, and Joey Kelly chat with aNewDomain.net’s Ant Pruitt and Shane Brady. Seth gives us his Galaxy S3 update and Mat has the scoop on what might be the most expensive android tablet yet. Special guest Shane Brady talks Google Now […]
Here’s the tech explained behind this year’s Summer Olympics 2012 torch — it changes from year to year. Cool. Also, a video from London’s receipt of the torch — a royal welcome. Enjoy!
How does fiber optic — aka optical fiber – technology work? Now you know. Here are all the basics — plus some — in this fiber optic infographic. Thanks to Technography for turning us on to it. It’s timely info in light of the Google Fiber announcement in Kansas City today…
Where are you now is coming from Arlington, Virginia this week. That’s courtesy smartphone snapshot whiz and anewdomain reader M. Dean Jones — great shot. Here’s how to get your photography published in Ant Pruitt’s Where Are You Now? contest next week …
Ant Pruitt dives into rooting his Amazon Kindle Fire to run Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
Here’s a round up of Google Fiber themed videos — today Google announced Kansas City will get Google Fiber. Check out the parody videos here, too. Fun with fiber! Also check out Google’s rendition of what your Internet speed times 100 looks like.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:15:15 — 34.6MB) Cuban international Internet, Jelly Bean on the Kindle Fire and wearable computer technology discussed on this week’s YATS. Yet Another Tech Show with Mat Lee, Ant Pruitt and Larry Press.
Some people are miserable and overwhelmed by the Internet. They whine it’s too much information to deal with. They can’t manage. I’ll tell you one thing — I am definitely not one of those folks. I recently lost my net access for an entire weekend at home in Rangoon, Burma. I lived. But not well. So […]
“When you taste wines, you never do blind tastings. You’d be terrified.” Francis Ford Coppola Our Russ Johnson must be the only travel editor to carry a hacked camera, which Francis Ford Coppola chose, in a blind shootout, over one costing 100 times as much.