Meet Mike Rothman. Another teamBYTE vet, he served on the original launch team of aNewDomain.net. Based in San Francisco, you’ll find him at Silicon Valley events …
Archive | September, 2012
It’s the National Coffee Day infographic. Who needs the most coffee? Check out the top ten professions that need coffee most. We should be on there. Are you?
It’s a beautiful view of the ragged coast of Montara, California. Congrats to Laura Helgren for winning this week’s Where Are You Now smartphone photo contest with our Ant Pruitt. Here’s your chance to become a published photographer, too.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:15:21 — 34.6MB) Google stock setting the mark for tech companies? Self-driving vehicles approved in California and RIM’s BlackBerry Jam conference. It’s Yet Another Tech Show with with Mat Lee, Larry Press, Mike Rothman and Ant Pruitt.
As Apple Maps finds itself, our Russ Johnson reviews Field Trip, a new Google Maps-based travel app from Google’s Niantic Labs. It’s thin now, but it’s a harbinger of things to come. Here’s why.
Our Russ Johnson reviews Trover for Android. It’s morphed into a kind of Pinterest for travel. An intriguing offer, but it’s by no means perfect … review here.
Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 1:14:42 — 34.3MB) More JellyBean updates on Android devices. This time its the Samsung Galaxy S III. Rumors of a Samsung Galaxy Nexus 2 and more on Attack of the Androids with Mat Lee, Joey Kelley, Eric Finkenbiner and Shane Brady.
CA Governor Jerry Brown signed SB1298, making the Google self-driving car and other autonomous vehicles legal to test in California. Would you get into one? Google co-founder Larry Page says it’s safer. Our Ant Pruitt says he’s not getting into version one of this thing … what do you think? Here’s the bottom line.
Apple iPhone Gold? Check out the 24 carat Apple iPhone and Apple iPad. We kid you not. Dino Londis expounds.
John C. Dvorak on what’s wrong with computers today.