Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS As a video content creator, I always look for these cool items to put in the background. Feedair is a LED messageboard that provides a display of information that is important to you. With the Feeder app loaded on a smartphone, you could have your text notification on many different things. What they are calling “Vidgets”, you can get programs that will post information across your screen. For example, you can find out if someone is in the office with one Vidget. You can also send messages, gmail, CNN News or more. There is a developer section so you can create your own vidgets. Feedair is available for purchase now, and will ship in March, 2012. Feedair will run around $50. Interview by Andy McCaskey of SDRNews for the TechPodcast Network. [cessponsor]
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Opera v. 10 was released this week for Windows, Linux, and just about every other operating system. Since a lot of persons have never tried it, I thought I’d take anyone who’s interested on a tour of it. This is not an unbiased review. I am a rabid Opera fanboy; I’ve been using it since v. 5 (I think) and gradually have gradually moved more and more of my Internet life to Opera. Nevertheless, I hope it is a realistic review.