Tech Informist – Episode 177 – First World Problems (Google I/O)

      Tis the season for events in the tech world. This week we discuss Google I/O and the things to come from Alphabet. Did you happen to catch Google I/O? What were some of your favorite announcements straight out of Silicon Valley? Also this week, the HTC U11…

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Tech Informist – Episode 166 – The Goldilocks Zone

      This week we discuss a huge discovery made by NASA. We really like science along with technology and thought it would be a good fit. Do you like when we talk about things in the scientific community? What do you think of their giant discovery? Shoot us…

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Tech Informist – Episode 163 – Nintendo Is On A Roll

      All kinds of things are happening around the beloved game company Nintendo. We share all the interesting things that surround it currently. Do you have a Switch preordered? Did you finally get your hands on an NES Classic? If you did, will you be hacking it? We…

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Tech Informist – Episode 138 – Set top box streaming devices

      With so many streaming options, how do you decide which streaming devices help you get the most for your money? Do you something as simple as a Chromecast or do you need something as expensive and as an Xbox or Playstation console? Maybe you have an HDTV…

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Tech Informist – Episode 137 – Instagram Stories vs Snapchat Stories

        To quote obnoxious celeb fashionistas, “Who wore it better?”. This week Instagram released a new update called Instagram Stories which brings to their platform a feature that has been available on Snapchat for some time now. So at this moment and time, the biggest difference between…

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The Tech Informist – Episode 71 – Can Microsoft bypass the carriers with Windows Mobile updates?

      One of the big questions floating around these days as Microsoft continues working on Windows Mobile 10 is whether or not they will be able to bypass the carriers when it comes to pushing out updates. Apple can do it, so will Microsoft throw their weight around…

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