In today's episode of Mostly Mobile Reviews, Todd Ogasawara takes a look at the Microsoft Sculpt Touch Mouse. Also, Jon Westfall discusses the Keyspan PR-PRO3 Presentation Remote. Video ...
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July 15, 2014 |
July 7, 2014 |
In this edition of their Mostly Mobile Reviews, Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss Evernote Moleskine and Pebble watches. See the video here.
June 14, 2014 |
Todd Ogasawara and John Westfall debut their weekly mobile tech review show. This week, they give hands-on reviews of the VSTN Venue Pro Bluetooth Portfolio and the Bluetooth-enabled CT10 Barcode Scanner.
July 7, 2013 |
Todd Ogasawara and Jay Stone discuss Man of Steel, the new Superman movie, in ComicsViews Podcast 39. Warning: some spoilers mid way in the podcast.
March 1, 2012 |
The Microsoft Windows 8 Consumer Preview upgrade process doesn't maintain special drivers you previously installed.. Here's how our senior contributor Todd Ogasawara fixed the problem.
February 25, 2012 |
Our Todd Ogasawara talks Open Source and mobile apps with Tim O'Reilly at an Ignite event in Honolulu
February 18, 2012 |
If you ever wondered about the utility of 3D printers, check out the transforming toy cube, above. Our Todd Ogasawara catches it on video.
February 7, 2012 |
It's Jurassic Tech -- the podcast. Our Honololu-based tech pro Todd Ogasawara in partying like he has a 1999 Microsoft Handheld PC Pro, and he's got the exec who led the project, Keith Amodt, along for the ride.
February 7, 2012 |
In today's Jurassic Tech, Todd Ogasawara shows off his 1982 era Sharp PC 1500 -- perhaps the first true pocket-sized PC.
February 3, 2012 |
Before even Windows Tablet PC-based tablets in 2001, there was the uniquely convertible Vadem Clio. Check it out compared to an Apple iPad.
January 22, 2012 |
Back when Boyz II Men ruled the radio, our Todd Ogasawara was carrying around 100MB Iomega Zip discs. Today in Jurassic Tech, Todd O spins you back to 1994. Enjoy.
January 20, 2012 |
-It's Jurassic Tech the podcast. In this first episode, our Todd Ogasawara takes us back to 1981 -- to check out the Sony Mavica, the first camera with electronic storage built in.Your browser does not support the audio element. // Podcast Powered By PodbeanDuration: 34:34
January 18, 2012 |
Podcast Powered By PodbeanTodd Ogasawara talks to the developer of social note-taking service Springpad Mobile.
January 16, 2012 |
This week, our Todd Ogasawara takes us back to 1998 -- when he had a floppy based, 10X optical zoom Sony digital camera way far ahead of its time. Check out those pics! Based in Honolulu, Todd's email is togasawara@aNewDomain.net. Follow him @toddogasawara
January 7, 2012 |
Today in Jurassic Tech Todd Ogasawara takes you back to the Year 2000 -- the time of network appliances like the NIC, the Compaq iPaq and his favorite -- the MSN Companion. Check this hardware out ...
December 30, 2011 |
Weighing in at just 12 ounces, the Sinclair ZX81kit came out in 1981, just months before IBM released its original PC 5150. It was much smaller than the Mac Mini Apple released in 2005. And at about $100, it was quite the deal. So put on some Journey (or The Clash, your choice) and take a trip to the tech world of 1981, pics and all.
December 28, 2011 |
Todd Ogasawara says his Toshiba T1000 was the MacBook Air of 1987 -- almost a quarter century ago.
December 22, 2011 |
Back in 1988, Todd Ogasawara had a very different list for Santa. And the gifts he wanted? You'll have to see them to believe it.
December 21, 2011 |
Podcast Powered By PodbeanIt's MobileViews with Todd Ogasawara -- episode 54. Click to listen. This time Todd finds out how to build mobile apps using Sencha and gets the skinny on version two, which lets you build native tablet apps by adding a single line of code.