The entire original crew is back! Our top story, hoverboards, power laces, and smart jackets! We also talked about the latest on Aereo and Bitcoin, and new products from Nokia and Samsung. You can grab the audio here, subscribe to us on iTunes and RSS, or subscribe to the YouTube channel.
We’re back! Tonight, we’re talking about trouble for Aereo and Bitcoin, plus wearables and the coming of the real Back to the Future! If you want to join in on the fun, check out the new Q&A feature on Google+. You’ll find the live show on my Google+ page.
Get ready for the return of the Techcitement Podcast! We’ve been on hiatus the last few months, but now we’re back and better than ever! We’ll be live right here and on Google+ Wednesday night at 10PM. If you want to grab the audio after the show, you can now subscribe to us on iTunes […]
ComiXology is probably the biggest name in digital comics. The digital distribution giant hosts stores for Marvel , DC and others as well as the titular store. Unfortunately, big names make for big targets, as we see in the e-mail that went out today. Dear Comics Reader, In the course of a recent review and […]
If you were paying any attention last week, you may have heard the tale of one Sarah Slocum. It’s a story that has landed on Gawker, the UK’s Daily Mail, Mashable, SF Chronicle, The Examiner, LA Times, CBS, CNBC, and SFist. The story of how a young woman was attacked and robbed for wearing Google Glass, and […]
IDC’s latest report on Personal Computer sales (and yes, that includes Macs) is out and it’s a grim read. Sales of traditional desktop computers dropped a steep -9.8%. The good news is, IDC was expecting sales to drop -10.1%. So um, yay? iCharts IDC expects the downward trend to continue, due to a multitude of […]
It’s sad when people fight, but when corporations do, the consumer can end up being the real winner. BlackBerry CEO John Chen called out T-Mobile, referring to an ad campaign as anti-BlackBerry for daring to suggest BlackBerry customers might want to trade their handsets in. Never mind that every company is basically doing trade-in offers, […]
It’s been a while since Techcitement had an HP unit in house. The Z1 Workstation impressed us last year. That was a workstation though, which is a different animal from your typical desktop. Today though, Techcitement tackles the newest system sent to us: the ProOne 600 G1. Is there anything about it that separates it […]
If you heard a loud thud, I apologize; that was my jaw hitting the floor. In a surprise announcement, tech giant Lenovo has purchased Motorola from Google. This staggering $2.91 billion sale has allowed Lenovo to leapfrog from having no footprint in the U.S. market to a decent chunk of mind-share and a not too shabby […]
Sprint’s Mobile Email service may have been one of the best kept secrets in the world of feature phones. Back in the days before the modern smartphone era, push email was something reserved mostly for BlackBerry handsets. This is because a BlackBerry data plan included access to a server to push emails to your handset in real […]