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 […]
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 […]
In this episode, Nate and Colson discuss the Note 7 recall and the effects of the phone’s cancellation on other smartphones, Android and some of the technology the phone brought to the table, as well as TV screen technology and the best viewing experience for the Star Wars movies, whether or not PlayStation VR will kick off mainstream […]
In this episode, Nate and Colson discuss all the things that came out of Google’s October 4th event, including the Pixel phones, the Daydream View VR headset, Google WiFi, Google Home and the Chromecast Ultra, as well as the end of the Nexus line, LG’s missed opportunity with Samsung’s Note 7 recall, and the first installation of Slice […]
In this episode, Nate and Colson discuss Google Allo, the death of Project Ara and the future of modular smartphones, T-Mobile’s ONE plane, their personal history with Android, and the issues and impact of removing the headphone jack from smartphones.
Read on Red and Black website: http://bit.ly/1I89eC0 From a senior University of Georgia student’s murder to a fraternity president’s arrest this semester, students and their Second Amendment rights prompt further discussion. House Bill 544 in the Georgia General Assembly would have allowed license holders to carry weapons on any property or in any building owned by any public […]