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AwesomeCast 414: Prothusiasts

This week’s episode brought to you by  ScareHouseSlice on Broadway, and Alex Kahrs Design & Media!

Katie joins Sorg in studio this week as Chilla is remote from Studio C.  It’s time to get geeky as we’re talking about this week’s tech news, including:

  • Katie is opening a bar – – well ScareHouse is. And it’s her Awesome Thing of the Week this week.
  • You need zombies? Katie knows a guy.
  • Chilla’s Awesome Thing of the Week is the Elgato CamLink.
  • Sorg and Chilla are looking at some of the differences between prosumer and consumer cameras.
  • Sorg is sharing Lyft filters as his Awesome Thing of the Week.
  • Playstation Now lets you download games to play offline.
  • The new Amazon Echo Show looks sharp.
  • Katie is talking about ads that interact with Google Home.
  • We have learned that the beach has VR.
  • Mirror.Co has a mirror that gives you workout assistance.
  • Are you a Windows Insider and want to jump off the train? Chilla has some tips and tricks.
  • Windows launched the Whiteboard app.
  • You know your platform is successful when you launch a version of Angry Birds on it.
  • Capcom has released Mega Man Classics cartridges.

BONUS: Katie shared a great Reddit thread about a missed connection in Pittsburgh.

After the show remember to:

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Remember to check out our friends at the River’s Edge (@RiversEdgePGH) and The 405 Media (@The405Radio) who replay the show on their stream throughout the week!

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AwesomeCast 376: The Wheels on the VR Desert Bus

It’s just the boys this week!  But, Sorg and Chilla hold down the fort as they share this week’s news in tech.  This week they’re talking about:

  • It’s our last episode before our Christmas edition next week, and we’re feeling pretty festive already.
  • Sorg is sharing his Awesome Thing of the Week. Desert Bus is (finally) on VR!
  • Chilla has some Android news as his Awesome Thing of the Week with a file-to-file transfer option.
  • Sorg is discussing just how much data our tech savvy household uses. It’s almost staggering.
  • There’s a YouTube video from 1999 that talks about Amazon. It’s amazing.
  • Whiteboard app is coming to Microsoft.
  • According to Sorg, Nintendo is like the Disney vault of video games.
  • With games like Animal Crossing, where’s the Legend of Zelda integration for our phones?
  • Amazon is not happy with Google. Or is that the other way around?
  • YouTube will no longer be available on Amazon devices?!?!
  • How about a stripped down blogging tool without social media tools? There’s such a thing to get you back to the basics of blogging, without the bells and whistles.
  • HP has a wearable computer for VR!
  • Google updated Google Home to now accept multiple commands. Chilla has been waiting for this day for so long.
  • Sorg is showing off his teddy bears.

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), and John Chichilla (@chilla).

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!