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Next Generation Technology Concepts at Panasonic House

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSOne thing SXSW Interactive brings out is some great concepts and prototypes. I seem to get to try more here than any other conference. Panasonic was there to show off some great concepts for food, clothes, and even a way to become a better presenter. There were several products in the house. I focused on four of them. In the Video We look at Bento, A.M.P, MonStyle and a Social Coaching Device. All but the coaching device is ready for the public. Bento @ YourOffice Imagine you forgot your lunch or it got crushed in the great subway accident of 2017. No worries! Simply pull out your smartphone and order via Bento. At lunch time, you simply scan your QR code on the phone to a refrigerator that contains your purchase. No waiting for delivery drivers that are overwhelmed with other...

Panasonic Transmits Data by Touch

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Subscribe: Android | RSSTrying the dual live stream today on Facebook and YouTube! For the most part it was successful, with a small audio glitch at the beginning. Glitch only happened for a few seconds, so I left it in the video part. Audio was cut. Panasonic created a device that can turn your body into a data transmission device. You can then send information to others, or to devices with a touch. We’ll look more at this. I also talk about week one of Bell’s Palsy – watch the First 48 Hours of Bell’s Palsy video I posted. Finally, the show will be off the next couple weeks as I am on travel. I show off the HP EliteBook x2: Morning Geeks! Episode 23 Show Notes – Hurricane Matthew – Stay safe out there! – New York Comic Con...

Skype Partners with Verizon, Acquires Qik

Skype Partners with Verizon, Acquires Qik

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSRick Osterlash from Skype joins Todd for the TPN Live CES coverage.  They talk about the new iPhone 2 way calling application. They also announced two items. First of all, they announced their partnership with Verizon. Second, they announced the acquisition of Qik – a video sharing company. Skype launched extended partnerships with TV companies (Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, etc) and certain Blu-Ray devices. They also announced group video calling. Rick also throws out some great numbers. 25% of all long distance calling is through Skype. Interview by Todd Cochrane of Geek News Central Thanks to Audible for sponsoring GoDaddy services saves you money! New Customers Save 25% on Hosting at GoDaddy. Thanks to Luxor for sponsoring

Maybe Panasonic and LivinginHD should read their own rules

Maybe Panasonic and LivinginHD should read their own rules

A few weeks ago I submitted a video for Living in HD – a contest presented by Panasonic. It’s the chance to get some free gear and also get some insider info from Panasonic. The submitters were suppose to upload a 2 minute video on what they would do with the products and why they should be picked. I did enter and I didn’t get picked. No big deal – that’s happened before – I’m not bent out of shape for that. However, I checked out the 10 entrants involved and I have to ask myself – Why didn’t half of these get disqualified? Let’s look at the rules. 4. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS/CLEARANCES: (a) Commercial Must Meet LivinginHd Technical Requirements For Uploading. It must be color. Recommended formats include WMV, AVI, MOV, and MPG. The Video should not exceed two minutes. All Videos must be tagged with #LiHDInsider. That...

Need Help in Panasonic Living in HD Contest Entry

Need Help in Panasonic Living in HD Contest Entry

I need your help. I am participating in a contest to become a part of the Panasonic Living in HD contest. I posted a video (shown below), but I need those of you to vote for me in the contest. This contest could mean a lot for how Geekazine produces content. More information to the site, more opportunities to review and discuss new technologies. Please visit and vote (by commenting) at: Living in HD – Why it’s important to me, Jeffrey Powers of Geekazine

CES Video: Panasonic – Watch YouTube on the Big Screen

CES Video: Panasonic – Watch YouTube on the Big Screen

Andy McCaskey interviews Alex from Panasonic on IPTV, HD, and the elimination of TV remotes with Veralink. Visit the show on blip.tv http://geeknews.blip.tv/#684959 My thoughts: I really like the idea of not being in front of a computer to watch video. The Veralink option is also a great way to manage your system. This is only a technology that is going to get better within the next couple years.

10-17-07 #3

Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Show #3 Notes – 10/17/07 [email protected]: Length: 55:47 Microsoft Patenting the iPhone? Microsoft Phone Software iPhone Unlock 1.1.1 Zune for $100 Leopard Release October 26th YouTube Antipiracy Tool Oracle Buyout? Facebook – 13 Reasons Your Account Will Get Disabled HD-DVD outsells Blu-Ray – 4 – to – 1 Panasonic says Blu-Ray will be Victorious by New Years Porno Filters broken Access Hard Drive while Computer is turned off Internet Pioneer Sacked? Zeppelin Albums Go Online 10 Dumb Million Dollar Ideas Trying to catch filesharers more costly than worth? Microsoft Updating your files at will? Internet II – Electric Boogaloo HowStuffworks Acquired By Discovery for $250M -HowStuffWorks.com AOL Cuts 2000 Jobs Anti-snoring Pillow? Tiny Linux PC 10 year Watch WINAMP Update Alert: Ubuntu ‘Gutsy Gibbon’ on Thursday Oracle will push out 51 Patches KDE 3.5.8 VersionTracker Links To Note: Halloween Gadgets Computers are...

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