Ep. 13 – To Unlimited and Beyond

The thirteenth episode of Technically Speaking, a podcast all about technology, from smartphones, computers and televisions, to drones, virtual reality and Internet of Things. In this episode, Nate and Colson discuss PlayStation Now being dropped from old Sony products, Nate’s TAILS operating system, Google Home and Alexa possibly getting calling capabilities, Google Assistant coming to Android 6.0 devices, […]

Ep. 12 – Regrettable Purchases

The twelfth episode of Technically Speaking, a podcast all about technology, from smartphones, computers and televisions, to drones, virtual reality and Internet of Things. In this episode, Colson discusses his decision to return his Samsung Gear S3, amid the release of Android Wear 2.0, as well as his new PlayStation4 Pro and his dive into Raspberry Pi and […]

Ep. 11 – Night of the Living Craig

The eleventh episode of Technically Speaking, a podcast all about technology, from smartphones, computers and televisions, to drones, virtual reality and Internet of Things. In this episode, Colson returns as he and Nate discuss the Nintendo Switch following the company’s press conference, HTC’s shortcomings with the U Ultra, Opera’s new Neon concept browser, the death of Vine, AT&T […]

Ep. 10 – Who’s Taking A Note While Swimming?

The tenth episode of Technically Speaking, a podcast all about technology, from smartphones, computers and televisions, to drones, virtual reality and Internet of Things. In this episode, Nate, Daniel and Johnny Mac discuss the new devices revealed at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, including new TVs, smart refrigerators, tablets you can feel, and a clothes-folding robot, […]

Ep. 9 – Christine’s Granddaughter

The ninth episode of Technically Speaking, a podcast all about technology, from smartphones, computers and televisions, to drones, virtual reality and Internet of Things. In this episode, Nate, Daniel and special guest Ethan discuss Gamecube games coming to the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo capitalizing on nostalgia for its old games and systems with the NES Mini, Alphabet’s Waymo self-driving […]

Ep. 8 – Spanglish in France

The eighth episode of Technically Speaking, a podcast all about technology, from smartphones, computers and televisions, to drones, virtual reality and Internet of Things. In this episode, Nate, Daniel and special guest Johnny Mac discuss Netflix’s new offline downloads and its potential for torrenting, the failure of smartwatches, including the end of Pebble, the Gooligan Android hack, Nate […]

Ep. 7 – A Whole New (Virtual) World

The seventh episode of Technically Speaking, a podcast all about technology, from smartphones, computers and televisions, to drones, virtual reality and¬†Internet of Things. In this episode, Nate, Daniel and special guest Johnny Mac discuss Nate’s new Google Home and Daniel’s Amazon Echo Dot, Nate’s fascination with drones and Daniel’s frustration with facial recognition, as well as Twitter’s new […]

Ep. 6 – Seize the Dongle

The sixth episode of Technically Speaking, a podcast all about technology, from Android and iOS to Raspberry Pi and Linux. In this episode, Nate, Colson and special guest Daniel Bignault discuss the Surface Studio and Dial from Microsoft, the end of OEM licensing of Windows 7 and 8, the Macbook Pro and its Touch Bar, Nate’s new iPhone […]

Ep. 5 – Switch-eroo

The fifth episode of Technically Speaking, a podcast all about technology, from Android and iOS to Raspberry Pi and Linux. In this episode, Nate and special guest Patrick Adcock discuss the new Nintendo Switch game console, the new Surface Studio and Dial from Microsoft, the new Macbook Pro from Apple, and, for the second part of A Slice […]

Ep. 4 – Internet Crashes and Company Clashes

The fourth episode of Technically Speaking, a podcast all about technology, from Android and iOS to Raspberry Pi and Linux. In this episode, Nate and Colson discuss the massive DDoS attack that shut down major websites on Friday, October 21, the changes being made at Cyanogen and its possible effects on manufacturers and CyanogenMod, and Google’s new Unplugged […]