No video this week. We’ll “see” you next week.
This week, we tried an alternative Google Hangouts and Skype.
We tested WebRTC tools:
We ultimately chose Appear.in for this episode due to its better video window management. (But we didn’t record the video – there isn’t built-in video recording in WebRTC platforms since it’s a peer-to-peer technology.)
- Some reading material on Pono (TL;DR: You can’t tell the difference. I screwed up the explanation of audio sampling. Be sure to read this post.)
- Anti-Social Networking App Helps You Avoid Friends You Don’t Like
- Messaging App TangoME Pulls In $280M From Alibaba, Others
- Amazon to Ship Video-Streaming Device in April. Will it be free?
If you’re Prime Member and are involved in startups, be sure to check out the original Amazon show, Betas
- Craig bought a Smart TV. Do you really need one? (No. No, you don’t.)
- Google Play Game services brings multiplayer to iOS, lets devs offer cross-platform gaming
- Warner Brothers to “Veronica Mars” Backers: Okay, Okay — Use iTunes or Amazon if You Want (Props to Warner Bros)
- Wearables were big this week: Android Wear released.
- Apple will not make an iWatch
- John ditched both his Pebble and his Metwatch smartwatches