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Feb. 19, 2018
Episode Tease Mobile data charges abroad can be prohibitively expensive and tethering for Wi-Fi burns through the phone's battery. The new Fonebud W wireless hotspot solves this problem for over 80 countries worldwide. Don chats with Dixon about the features of this new device. Using your home SIM while in a foreign land typically ends with a large bill when you get back, though seasoned travelers will have a pocketful of SIMs for local telcos. Mind you, it's still a pain making sure that your smartphone is unlocked and forwarding your calls to your new number (unless you have a dual SIM phone). A much better solution would be the upcoming Fonebud W personal Wi-Fi hotspot which works in over 80 countries, particularly in Asia and China. The 10,000 mAh battery will run the Fonebud W for well over a day and can be used to wirelessly charge a smartphone. Yes, it has a wireless charger built-in, though you can still charge with a cable. The small LED screen shows details of connectivity and battery life. The Fonebud W will be available in Q2 2018 and will cost $129-$169 including 24 GB data which is valid for a year. Interview by Don Baine, The Gadget Professor. Sponsored by: Support our coverage by shopping Amazon here. Declare war on crappy earbuds and treat yourself to a better headphone experience with new Monster headphones. This episode was originally published on Geek News Central. Participants Don Baine - Guest Live Discussion Powered by: Tech Podcast Network
Feb. 19, 2018
Episode Tease At CES 2017, PicoBrew showed off their personal beer brewing machine and this year, they're back with a little something to take home alcohol production to the next level. Todd finds out more from George. For existing PicoBrewers, the PicoStill brings an opportunity to "up their game" and start distilling small batches of spirits safely and more precisely. 500 ml takes about 4 hours to produce, and up to 180 proof is possible with will multilevel distilling. Alternatively, the PicoStill can capture the essence of hops and other oils to give unique flavors and aromas to food and drinks. The PicoStill is on pre-order for $249 ($349 SRP) but it's an accessory for other brewing appliances (Pico S/Pro/C) so check compatibility before ordering. Also on show is the Pico C, a smaller and cheaper beer brewing machine for $549. Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central. Sponsored by: Support our coverage by shopping Amazon here. Declare war on crappy earbuds and treat yourself to a better headphone experience with new Monster headphones. This episode was originally published on Geek News Central. Participants Todd Cochrane - Guest Interview Powered by: Tech Podcast Network
Feb. 19, 2018
Episode Tease When I hear "hydroponics" I always think of sci-fi and long missions to deep space. Fortunately, hydroponics is much more rooted in reality than the genre suggests, and this brings us neatly to Opcom Farm and their indoor hydroponics systems. Todd digs with Ray from Opcom and discovers how to garden in your garage. Opcom offers everything needed to setup a home hydroponics garden except the space. Even then, the GrowPod can create space within another area, such as a garage, for the racks and shelving needed for a hydroponic garden. These days all the lights are LED, so energy costs are kept low, and there's a range of units from the simple O2-Light to a full GrowWall. It all depends on the budget - a GrowPod starts at $2000. There's plenty of information on Opcom Farm's website and some products are available from Amazon.com. Others are on pre-order for delivery in 2018. Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central. Sponsored by: Support our coverage by shopping Amazon here. Declare war on crappy earbuds and treat yourself to a better headphone experience with new Monster headphones. This episode was originally published on Geek News Central. Participants Todd Cochrane - Guest Interview Powered by: Tech Podcast Network
Feb. 19, 2018
Ronia Peguero really wants to help people take the leap into their own creative endeavors, and she's definitely leading by example! Aside from being the chief creative officer of her own company -- V+R Digital Branding Agency -- she also teaches courses in computer programming, music, and Spanish to students at Quincy College! Whew! Ronia and I talked about a number of topics in our conversation: design and the LGBT community, what she's learned from her time as an educator, the importance of self-care, and about the driving force that allows her to accomplish so much. Ronia's passion and enthusiasm really shows in everything she does, so make sure you listen to this episode and get inspired! Ronia Peguero on LinkedIn Ronia Peguero on Instagram Ronia Peguero on Twitter V+R Digital Branding Agency V+R Digital Branding Agency on Twitter V+R Digital Branding Agency on Facebook 28 Days of the Web is back for its fifth installment! 28 days, 28 Black designers, developers, and creatives. Check them out! http://28daysoftheweb.com Also, check out the second in our four part video series on 28 Days of the Web this year -- a video with one of this year's honorees: Monique Steele, in-house designer at Blipshift! Thanks to our sponsor Glitch for making this happen! https://medium.com/glitch/28-days-of-the-web-an-interview-with-monique-steele-in-house-designer-at-blipshift-39890beecbe5 Help support Revision Path by becoming a monthly patron on Patreon! For just $5 per month, you’ll receive behind-the-scenes access to Revision Path, including special patron-only updates, early access to future episodes, and a lot more! Join today! We're on Apple Podcasts and Stitcher as well! Visit http://revisionpath.com/iTunes or http://revisionpath.com/stitcher, subscribe, and leave us a 5-star rating and a review! Thanks so much to all of you who have already rated and reviewed us! Revision Path is brought to you by Facebook Design, Google Design, MailChimp, Hover, and SiteGround. Get 60% off all hosting plans at SiteGround by visiting siteground.com/revisionpath! Follow Revision Path on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram!
Feb. 19, 2018
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Feb. 18, 2018
Computers and Technology Call-in Webcast
Feb. 17, 2018
We've moved! Look at https://vuc.me/vuc2018 which will take you to the new feed on Libsyn. We speak to creative people about how they create.
Feb. 17, 2018
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Feb. 17, 2018
(http://assets.podomatic.net/ts/ed/64/bb/hometech/0x0_12641391.jpg)Jim Collison / @jcollison and Mike Wieger / @WiegerTech are here for show #345 of Home Gadget Geeks brought to you by the Average Guy Network WANT TO SUBSCRIBE? http://theAverageGuy.tv/subscribe Join us for the show live each Thursday at 8pmC/9E/1UTC at http://theAverageGuy.tv/live Full show notes and video at http://theAverageGuy.tv/hgg345
Feb. 15, 2018
Rockin’ Dave Blair is in the studio with Tech Geezer Jim Walsh on this episode of The Tech Ranch. “Guru of Geek” Marlo Anderson is still in Las Vegas for back-to-back shows. Last week it was CES 2018 and this week it’s PPAI 2018. Dave starts the show off by introducing listeners to Byton, the … Continue reading The post Tesla, Byton & LG appeared first on The Tech Ranch- Tech podcast online on latest science and technology news.