Episode 06: Yankee Doodle Jamming

Independence Holiday here in the U.S. but no rest for J.D. and Pedro. Google introduces new Nexus branded gear, Facebook’s default email kerfuffle continues, and Amazon gets knocked off of its cloud. Pedro explains cramming in a new Tech Term and J.D. has helpful hints for protecting electronics from the summer sun. http://media.blubrry.com/poptechjam/p/www.poptechjam.com/EPISODES/PTJ_ep06.mp3Podcast: Play in … Continue reading Episode 06: Yankee Doodle Jamming

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Episode 06 News: All Kinds of Things that Go BOOM!

If you’re looking for an orb-like streaming media player, Google’s new Nexus Q may fill the void. Introduced at last week’s I/O conference and reportedly even made here in the USA, the $300 black sphere connects to your audio and video system to music and video right from the cloud to your home entertainment center. (Catchy … Continue reading Episode 06 News: All Kinds of Things that Go BOOM!

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Episode 05 News: Tech News Value Meal, Super-Size the Fries

Hey, why go to other social networks when you can just build your own? Perhaps that’s Microsoft’s motive for dropping $1.2 billion dollars in cash for Yammer, a four-year-company specializing in making corporate social networks. At least if you have your own social network, you don’t have to worry about Facebook constantly changing stuff up … Continue reading Episode 05 News: Tech News Value Meal, Super-Size the Fries

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Episode 04 News: Flatter, Faster and a Bit Litigious

After at least one false start, Microsoft is getting back to tablet business with its own spiffy new tablet computer called the Surface. Although the name may bring to mind other products, the hardware is memorable: a 10.6-inch HD screen, dual cameras, a kickstand to prop up the tablet screen and a thin smart-cover that … Continue reading Episode 04 News: Flatter, Faster and a Bit Litigious

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(Hopefully) Helpful Hint: Search Me

Unless you’ve got a photographic memory and meticulous organizational habits, you’ve probably had to dig around on your computer at some point for an elusive file that you can’t immediately locate. Although the beloved Sherlock utility has been retired, Mac OS X users have the Finder’s Command-F keyboard shortcut to dig around for matching files … Continue reading (Hopefully) Helpful Hint: Search Me

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Episode 04: iPad Input Devices, Helpful Hints, and the Original British Bulldog

A mega-giant tech company dominates the news this week with the announcement of a new tablet computer…but it’s not the fruit themed one. Nope. Nuh unh. Microsoft stirs up quite a buzz with their new Surface tablet. J.D. serves up another (Hopefully) Helpful Hint and Pedro takes a look at some iPad input devices. http://media.blubrry.com/poptechjam/p/www.poptechjam.com/EPISODES/PTJ_ep04.mp3Podcast: … Continue reading Episode 04: iPad Input Devices, Helpful Hints, and the Original British Bulldog

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Episode 03: Chicken, Eggs and Streaming Video

This was a big news week so we packed in as many headlines as we could; J.D. tears Pedro away from the tube long enough to discuss streaming television on mobile devices; and Pedro has another Tech Term of the Week. http://media.blubrry.com/poptechjam/p/www.poptechjam.com/EPISODES/PTJ_ep03.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS | … Continue reading Episode 03: Chicken, Eggs and Streaming Video

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