Have we really had 7 episodes of the Aercast already? There are days where it feels like we’ve just started, and days where it feels like we’ve been doing this forever. One thing that hasn’t changed – we still have all sorts of fun talking about the goings-on in the tech world. As always, we truly hope that you enjoy listening! On this week’s episode, we talk about: Some of the new Googley things going on including Chrome 36, Google+ relaxing their name restrictions, and some Chromebook sales numbers. We also talk about smart contact lenses, Raspberry Pi, horrible customer service, the iOS release of Ingress, and much more. We had a smaller group this week, with only Tom, Chris, and Justin (hey, that’s me!) but we had some good discussion, and we hope you enjoy!
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Episode VII Recap:
- Google Chrome 36 released.
- Google+ eliminates name restrictions.
- Chromebook sales figures show a sharp increase for business.
- Smart contacts that test glucose levels could be available as early as next year.
- New Raspberry Pi model touts more USB, and a MicroSD slot
- Some companies just don’t understand customer service.
- Ingress is now available on iOS – including a brief rundown of Ingress for anybody that isn’t familiar.
- Former enemies, IBM and Apple have made up, and are working together on a series of business and enterprise apps for iPhone and iPad.
- Tesla announces and unveils the Model III, and many of us would really like to have one.
- Wunderlist – To-Do/Lists app
- Wear Mini Launcher – an improved app drawer for your wrist-mounted devices.
- Nothing crazy new from me, I’ve still been playing Skyrim, and dusting off some old Kairosoft favorites.
Thanks again for listening! And as always, if you have any tips, or requests please feel free to contact us. We’re always interested in hearing from our listeners. So until next time… Enjoy!