Being a stylish and compact multi-functional printer, Epson Expression Premium XP-630 has all of the functions that you need. This is functional in a sense that it helps you in your document, photos and more. You are also able to print on stunningly-designed and border-less photos for up to A 4. This can also be […]
I sorted through 500 pictures to show what I took #throughglass (Google Glass). Within this group, we see the last couple days of CES 2014 and the teardown of our techpodcasts booth. We did over 160 booth interviews – along with a large amount of floor interviews. Here are the final photos of this week.
Hisense shows off their Android powered LCD control panels at CES. The HiSense Smart Refrigerator integrates the tablet so not only can you get that shopping list sent to your phone but also use it to communicate with the family. The concept includes a bar code scanner that enables real-time inventory awareness and the tablet […]
I talked with Ben Thomas once again about Canon and their Powershot point and shoot line. He shows us the Powershot N – a new compact camera that changes more than just the specs. Canon Powershot N The Canon Powershot N has the picture button and zoom right on the front. The back of the […]
About a month ago I got to use the LG Optimus G on the Sprint network. Optimus G is a newer Android phone that has power and storage to rival the future designs of the smartphone. A phone with enough power to not only get work done or the ability to do two things at […]
This week was a long one, but a lot of fun. I met many companies that have some interesting startups. A good mix of videos along with learning more about being a startup or investor. I got to see Kevin Rose, Mark Zuckerberg, Biz Stone and Evan Williams speak (amongst others). I saw old friends […]
This year I got to spend time with the hackers at the TechCrunch Disrupt 2012 hackathon. Hundreds of coders got together – some didn’t even know each other until this afternoon – to make the next big program. I got to talk to a lot of great start ups. This includes Snowshoe, a company that […]
It’s a big day for some coders as they are creating the next big thing at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2012 Hackathon. Hundreds of geeks on their macbooks and notebooks coding for APIs from the sponsors. Microsoft, Google, Amazon are all at this event, along with some unknowns: dotCloud, Pearson , Twilio, OpenTok, GREE and many […]
I am at South by Southwest (SXSW) this weekend. It was a last minute trip, and my first to the big event. I wanted to do something a little different for SXSW. I’m creating videos from iMovie for iPad, but also taking a ton of photos for this trip. The following will be my photoblog […]
Roamz is an app that will intelligently curate what’s going on around you. Johnathan walks us through the app. A picture from Foursquare, and you get pictures and Instagram photos nearby. You can see tweets from others and how they are having fun. It will also show you where to go in real-time. So if Michael […]
Martin Stein, Senior VP at Nero came on TPN CES Live to talk about nero’s newest product, Kwikmedia. This is a program that syncs all your media to a home device. You will be able to move files, play Blu-Ray movies and HD video, copy audio to CD’s or media devices (like smart phones). You […]
Toshiba showed off two new items at CES. Called TransMemory-EX series, the new USB 3.0 Flash Drive (Thumb Drive) will be available in 32 and 64GB sizes. The drives read at 94MBps and write at 220MBps. The drive will be able to transfer 25GB of video content in approximately five minutes Get TransMemory USB Drives at […]
Jeffrey Powers talks with Dr. Natalie Petouhoff about her new book – Like my Stuff. We also talk about Social Media Club and how to become part of your local chapter.
Jeffrey Powers talks with Brody and Jayme of Allure New Media with their new podcast called Content Marketing and Merlot on Stitcher’s Voices of New Media.
Jeffrey Powers talks with Chris about Pond5 – a site for stock footage, intro music, sound effect, after effects and more.
Sony is coming out with a Consumer 3D cameras. The TD10 is like having 2 cameras in one. The Sony Bloggie – a handheld digital – is also coming in 3D Double full HD – It has two processors and two lenses. HD 1080p 60fps. It’s in pure 3D with convergence. For those with 2D TV’s, […]
The design looks pretty space-aged. However, the fact you can see a picture from either side is pretty cool. That is the Dia Parrot photo frame. The Parrot is a 10.4″ WiFi enabled device that runs 4:3 800×600 and stores 200 MB in pictures. Therefore, you can take a picture from your smartphone and instantly […]
Last week, while at Dell OEM Day, we learned a lot about how 3rd parties use Dell to make their appliances. From servers to full on displays. Redbox, for example, has a Dell appliance inside. Here are some of the photos from Dell OEM Day.
Do you remember those photobooths? Stuff all your friends and take 3-4 pictures, then have a good laugh as you leave the Mall. Well the folks at Shutterfly want to recreate the Photobooth with Wink. Wink lets you create photostrips from pictures on your iPhone, Camera and Social Networks. Their portal – at wink.shutterfly.com – […]
If you have a Wireless Network available, wouldn’t it be cool to take a picture and have it instantly on your computer and up to Flickr at the same time? Wouldn’t it be neat if you had “Endless Memory”? Well that is what Eye Fi does. Endless Memory is a new functionality that Eye-Fi enables. […]
Contest has closed. Thanks to all participants. This month we are giving away an Epson Artisan 700 printer. This is a wireless printer /scanner with CD/DVD printing capability. Here are all the options: 4 in 1 Print / Copy / Scan / Ultra Hi-Def Photo Up to 38 ppm, photos in as fast as 10 […]