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AwesomeCast 380: The Not-So-Secret Lives of Russian Drivers

  • Chilla’s Awesome Thing of the Week is a vacuum he can control with his voice via Alexa. And, it’s a Shark.
  • We’re talking cats v. Roomba and cats on Roombas. Of course this is a tech talk show.
  • Sorg’s Awesome Thing of the Week is Pluto TV as an alternative to regular TV.
  • Pro Tip from our guest Ryan Haggerty: Turn down TV saturation on shows like Dare Devil for a film noir effect.
  • Ryan’s Awesome Thing of the Week is the Panasonic GH5s.
  • Thanks to Amanda Narcisi for sharing the Colgate smart toothbrush with Apple Research Kit integration.
  • There’s a town in New Jersey that isn’t happy with apps like Waze and Google Maps causing more traffic – to the point that they’re issuing fines to non-resident drivers.
  • Of course there’s a flying bathtub drone.
  • Open banking may be coming to the US.
  • Russian dash cam footage has been compiled into a documentary for The Road Movie.
  • Chalk it up under things we’ve learned on the show: Apparently there’s a need for speed warning on SD drives?
  • Sorg picked up a clearance dash cam this week. It’s an interesting conversation following the Russian story we just covered.

After the show remember to:

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You can support the show at Patreon.com/awesomecast!

Remember to check out our friends at River’s Edge (@RiversEdgePGH) and The 405 Media who replay the show on their stream throughout the week!

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AwesomeCast 362: Windows Hipster

We’ve got Ron “Krazy” Krause in studio this week joining Sorg and Katie, with Chilla reporting in from Studio C.  They’re talking some of the current tech news, including:

  • Katie is sharing her Awesome Thing of the Week. It involves cats and Backblaze.
  • PSA: Remember to back up your stuff.
  • Krause’s Awesome Thing of the Week is so awesome he doesn’t even have it in hand yet – the Pixel C.
  • Chilla is talking about Oreo but not Oreos. There is a HUGE difference.
  • Sometimes an iPad is more convenient – even for a Microsoft guy.
  • Chilla is sharing an Apple release of AR kit apps and information as his Awesome Thing of the Week.
  • We’ve got first world zombie problems over here, guys.
  • Sorg’s Awesome Thing of the Week is Windows 7. (Yes, this is still 2017.)
  • Sorg just proclaimed himself as a Windows hipster.
  • Smart signals in Pittsburgh will help beat traffic jams.
  • Tired of your kids not replying to your texts? There’s an app for that!
  • Even though Doug Derda isn’t on the show tonight, we’re talking about his chat from earlier about Fitbit Ionic.
  • With all the fitness watches and devices out there, there are a lot of options – but are they worth it?
  • There’s an Amazon Echo Show?
  • Apparently if you’re looking for something to yell at, you should look into an Amazon Echo.
  • Krause is sharing some updates coming to the Amazon Echo.
  • Katie is telling us about how we can use Google Maps to help us find parking.

After the show remember to:

Eat at Slice on Broadway (@Pgh_Slice) if you are in the Pittsburgh area! It is Awesome! (sliceonbroadway.com)

Join our AwesomeCast Facebook Group to see what we’re sharing and to join the discussion?

Follow these awesome people on Twitter:  Mike Sorg (@Sorgatron), John Chichilla (@chilla), Ron Krause (@KrazyKrause) and Katie Dudas (@Kdudders).

Have you seen our AwesomeTips videos?

You can support the show at Patreon.com/awesomecast!

Remember to check out our friends at River’s Edge (@RiversEdgePGH) and The 405 Media who replay the show on their stream throughout the week!

Also, check out sorgatronmedia.com and awesomecast.com for more entertainment; and view us livestreaming Tuesdays around 7:00 PM EST!

AwesomeCast 338: Sobbing Journalists

We’ve got Kim Lyons on this week for AwesomeCast 338.  We’ve also got our usual suspecs, Sorg, Chilla, and Katie where we talk about awesome things in technology, including:

  • We’re going LIVE for this week’s AwesomeCast with Sorg, Chilla, Dudders, and Kim.
  • Chilla is sharing some VR as his Awesome Thing Of The Week.
  • Samsung Gear is getting a controller!
  • Kim is sharing her Awesome Thing Of The Week – a Go Fund Me campaign to take kids to see Hidden Figures.
  • Dudders returns this week – with an image generator that creates cats as terrifying monsters!
  • Pittsburgh Wendy’s is bringing self-order kiosks to local stores.
  • Our Not So Awesome Thing Of The Week via Doug Derda was the Amazon AWS outage that impacted TONS of sites.
  • Pro tip via Dudders: Watch what you label your site images. Amazon AWS outage left her labels visible.
  • Raspberry Pi has a $10 computer with wifi AND bluetooth!
  • NASA found Earth-like planets a mere 40 light years away.
  • Speaking of space, SpaceX is planning to send two people around the moon.
  • Snapchat users are getting older.
  • BC Steele is catching up to Chilla from the chatroom with his Samsung Gear 360.
  • Laid-off coal miners are being retrained to write code.
  • Ricoh is bringing us more 360 cameras. Chilla is sharing updates and thoughts.
  • YouTube TV is happening.

After the show remember to:

Eat at Slice on Broadway (@Pgh_Slice) if you are in the Pittsburgh area! It is Awesome! (sliceonbroadway.com)

Follow these awesome people on Twitter: Mike Sorg (@Sorgatron), John Chichilla (@chilla ), Katie Dudas (@Kdudders), and Kim Lyons (@SocialKimLy).

Have you seen our AwesomeTips videos?

You can support the show at Patreon.com/awesomecast!

Remember to check out our friends at River’s Edge (@RiversEdgePGH) – and our replay over there!

Also, check out sorgatronmedia.com and awesomecast.net for more entertainment; and view us livestreaming Tuesdays around 7:00 PM EST!

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