Tag: Android

Digital Photography Advice, Google+ vs Facebook – HT035

       Jim, Christian and Andrew. with special guest Mike Howard from jpeg2RAW are together again for show #35 of the Home Tech Podcast This week the guys talk some more about Google Plus, Digital Photography for the novice to amateur photographer, and tips and tricks for improving your images. Mikes podcast jpeg2RAW and… Continue reading

Android Apps, Google Products, Phones, Getting Things Done, and Loyalty Card Apps – HT030

Jim, Andrew and Christian are joined by Gordon Schmidt for this weeks’ installment of the Home Tech Podcast. Christians’ latest tech news for the Home Server crowd is that the BIOS for an HP EX485 MediaSmart server can be recovered if becomes corrupted somehow.  If you have somehow corrupted the BIOS on your MediaSmart Server,… Continue reading

TAG Tech Deal of the Week – Viewsonic gTablet

For the Android user who has been looking for a tablet, this weeks’ Deal-of-The-Week is for you! From TigerDirect.com, we bring you the Viewsonic gTablet for $299.99. The gTablet is a 10.1” Android Tablet, sporting Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, a 1 GHz ARM Cortex A-9 Processor, and Android 2.2, which is also known as FroYo (Google’s shortened name for the Android version called “Frozen Yoghurt”).  An iPad alternative at a great price!

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#31 The Fitness Tech Podcast: Marathon Nutrition, A Reader Email, Running Shoe Tips and Phone Apps for Calories

Jamie and Jim are back for some traditional and old school fitness tech podcasting!  We cover some nutrition ideas for long fitness events, read a listener email, give some tips on buying the right shoes, building up your running distance to reduce injuries, some discussion around stress fractures as well as new technology in shirts. … Continue reading

Google “Likes”+1, World Backup Day, Data Recovery, Android, and Facebook users get E-Mail and Movie Streaming? – HT019

Jim, Christian and Andrew get together for this edition of the Home Tech Podcast. After some listener feedback, and an update on the Stuxnet Virus from Mark Russinovich’s blog, the guys talk about Google’s upcoming “+1” service – when signed into your Google account, you will be able to “Use +1 to give something your… Continue reading

Paper.li, Event Management with Eventbrite, Web Browsers, RunKeeper and the Stuxnet Virus – HT018

Jim, Christian, Andrew and special guest, Rich O’Neil get together for this edition of the Home Tech Podcast. The guys start off talking about the Twitter aggregation service paper.li, which “organizes links shared on Twitter into an easy to read newspaper-style format. Newspapers can be created for any Twitter user, list or #tag”, and go… Continue reading