Another fun show for us where we go over the Dell Venue 8 Pro a new BlackBerry CEO and some social commentary. We also get into some crazy statements made by another podcast and a pretty cool story about non tech people’s reaction to Google Help. Show Details Recorded: November 5th, 2013 Published: November 6th, […]
Today, AT&T announced they have invested $70 million in its local Maryland wireless and wired networks so far this year. From 2010 through 2012 AT&T spent almost $650 million on upgrades so it is really nice to see them continue to drop money on the area. While on vacation I noticed that my Windows Phone […]
We are just a few months away from the release of the Xbox One and Microsoft has started the production of the consoles. Major Nelson has create a video unboxing the Xbox One and to our surprise, the headset is actually included. Other information in the video is that the included HDMI cable supports 4K […]
Both AT&T and Sirius XM are looking for new services to expand their offerings and now your car is a point were the two are working together. Sirius XM is already in many cars but now they will have mobile data because of AT&T allowing them to have additional features like emergency service and vehicle […]
When Microsoft released Windows 8 there were a lot of complaints about how they implemented it however, the Windows Blue release looks to address many of the complaints. On Winsupersite.com Paul Thurrott gave readers a pretty good look at what is coming in the first major update to Windows witch is 8.1.
BlackBerry Live and Google I/O are over, the Xbox One has been announced, and episode #169 of the SMRpodcast has been recorded. This week the crew jumps right into with talk of the Xbox One. Needless to say, Chris and Robb are on board and eagerly anticipating the launch. Rod is a bit concerned that […]
Yesterday after all the waiting, Microsoft finally took the wraps off of the Xbox One the new version of their gaming console coming this year. They new features they talked about which were exciting but our favorite so far is the docking of applications much like Windows 8. The other strong feature they announced was […]