Computer America Show

Computer America Show
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Nov. 17, 2017
Both Segments: Ralph Bond, Computer America Correspondent Ralph Bond has been a long time Computer America correspondent, specializing in PR and explaining technology to the masses. Having worked for Intel, Autodesk, and more, no one else explains topics like Ralph. Tune in for stories that span all over the technology spectrum. Cheat Sheet For full show notes, check out ComputerAmerica.com!
Nov. 16, 2017
Both Segments: Marcel Gagne. Cooking With Linux. Food, Wine, and Linux may seem like a strange combination, but combining three passionscan be a wonderful thing. I’m Marcel Gagné. Those of you who read Cooking with Linux, the multi-award-winning column that appeared monthly in Linux Journal magazine for 10 years, likely agree. With the help of my faithful waiter, François, Restaurant Chez Marcel serves up the finest in Linux and open source software paired with exceptional wines. For full show notes, check out ComputerAmerica.com!
Nov. 15, 2017
Both Segments: Dariush Derakhshani. Computer America Graphics Correspondent. Dariush Derakhshani is an award-winning visual effects supervisor, author, and educator whose work has appeared in The Fantastic Four, Pan’s Labyrinth, the South Park TV series, and countless commercials and music videos. An Autodesk Certified Instructor, he teaches 3D animation and is the author of previous editions of Introducing Maya. Dariush is coauthor of the Autodesk 3ds Max series of books. For full show notes, check out ComputerAmerica.com!
Nov. 14, 2017
First Segment: ExpressVPN. Harold Li ExpressVPN is a leading VPN service provider enabling users worldwide to safely and anonymously browse the web. With 1000+ servers across 94 countries and new servers added each week, ExpressVPN offers a comprehensive reach and provides uncensored access to international websites. The company’s award-winning apps for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Routers, and Linux preserve customer privacy and provide best-in-class internet security. Second Segment: Computer and Technology News. Today’s Topics Include: Apple To Add 3D Sensor In Next iPhone FCC To Vote On New Broadcasting Standard FDA Approves New Medical Tracking Pill Firefox Quantum Released Youtube Demonetization of Videos For full show notes, check out ComputerAmerica.com!
Nov. 13, 2017
First Segment: Epson. Haol Yao, Product Manager – Consumer Ink Jet Epson, a leader in home and business printing products, joins us on the program to talk all about their eco-tank systems. How they can improve the yield and capacity of printers. Second Segment: Computer and Technology News. Today’s Topics Include: Alibaba Brings In $25 Billion In A Single Day Lord of The Rings Take To TV Star Wars Battlefront 2 Microtransactions Pirating Sites Go Down Freemium Amazon Video Service And more! For full show notes, check out ComputerAmerica.com!
Nov. 9, 2017
First Segment: Balance Edutainment. Dave Room, Author. Our Mixed Reality/EdTech firm has produced the first-of-its-kind Animated children’s book – Pacha’s Pajamas: A Story Written By Nature, which instantly grabs attention, and makes kids want to read. Hovering our augmented reality app over the illustrations in the book brings them to life with animations featuring celebrities including Cheech Marin, Mos Def, and Cheech Marin. Pacha’s imagination is bigger than the Andes Mountains, homeland of her ancestors. The characters on her PJs come alive in her dreams and join her on a dream adventures in which she learns more about herself. Second Segment: Computer and Technology News: Today’s Topics Include: Facebook Exploits Human Vulnerability Alexa Holds House Party While Owner Is Away Intel Headhunts AMD/Apple Executive First Autonomous Vehicle Crashes First Day Of Service And more! For full show notes, check out ComputerAmerica.com!
Nov. 8, 2017
Both Segments: Sandy Berger. Compukiss.com/Correspondent Sandy Berger joins us on Computer America to talk all things consumer electronics for both segments. Sandy Berger is a consumer electronics expert with many years of experience in the field, giving her unbiased opinion on the products that are available to the masses. Today’s Topics: Home Automation Round-up: We talk Google and their new Google Home Mini, Amazon with their Echo Plus, and the much anticipated Apple Home Pod. For full show notes, check out ComputerAmerica.com!
Nov. 7, 2017
First Segment: NYC Data Science Academy. Vivian Zhang, Founder/CTO NYC Data Science Academy is an educational, training and career development organization. We grew from the combined expertise and commitment of SupStat Inc., a group of data science and big data professionals. Delivering a wealth of experience in all things data science, we provide rigorous technical and strategic training for highly motivated individuals and corporations. We offer a variety of services including full-time bootcamps, part-time courses, corporate training, consulting, and career services. We are committed to improving the data science community and all of its members. Second Segment: Computer and Technology News Today’s Topics Include: Waymo’s Services Expand To Public Use Fitbit Chosen As Wearable Of Choice For Public Health Study Fox And Disney, The Combinining AR Pedestrian App Promises Better Navigation $300 Million Ethereum Gets Frozen In Glitch And more! For full show notes, check out ComputerAmerica.com!
Nov. 6, 2017
First Segment: Dyno Equipment. Scott Matthews, President. “At Dyno Equipment, we believe the most powerful camera you own is the one that you have on you. That is why our goal is to design user friendly, cinematic style accessories made for the cameras you use most. Wherever your adventures may take you, we don’t want you to be held back by your gear. We strive to make portable, intuitive, and professional quality camera equipment at a price that you can afford.” – About Us https://www.youtube.com/embed/23FJs3MQ2xo Second Segment: Computer and Technology News Today’s Topics Include: Qualcomm Looking At Merger With Broadcom Intel and AMD Team Up For New Processors Stranger Things 2 Tops The Charts iPhone X Drop Tests Abysmal T-Mobile and Sprint Officially Not Merging
Nov. 3, 2017
First Segment: Spatialand. David Lee, CSO and COO Spatialand – an L.A. based VR platform and toolset aimed at helping creators easily design and update immersive content destinations, will be able to provide retailers with a new and innovative way of showing their product to businesses and consumers. Using Spatialand’s platform and presentation tools, retailers can easily display products and allow potential buyers to immerse themselves in what will be offered along with any data and statistics. Second Segment: Computer and Technology News Today’s Topics Include: Starcraft 2 Is Going Free To Play iFixIt Tears Down The iPhone X Cockatoos Ravage Australia Major Car Companies Partner For Europe Wide Charging Grid Comcast Asks FCC To Stop Enforcing Net Neutrality For full show notes, check out ComputerAmerica.com!
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