• Where is Gaming Going?
    Where is Gaming Going?
    11:40 | Jason Lopez | Feb 23rd, 2008 |

    Now that GDC 2008 is behind us, and the reviews are really rolling in, PodTech takes a wide look at the gaming industry, with IDC gaming analyst Billy Pidgeon.

    Gaming’s future likely includes more attention from the courts, as it continues to gain in mass popularity and ...

  • Is TV the New TV?
    Is TV the New TV?
    07:20 | Jason Lopez | Feb 16th, 2008 |

    What would your response be to this scenario: you’re watching television and you forget that it’s being distributed to you on the Internet. Who won? TV or the Web? James McQuivey covers television and media technologies for Forrester Research. He spoke with PodTech’s Jason Lopez about the current state of ...

  • Facebook Status Update
    Facebook Status Update
    07:45 | Jason Lopez | Feb 9th, 2008 |

    Last October, Microsoft invested $240 million in Facebook, suddenly placing Facebook’s value at a lofty $15 billion. Now, we see that revenues for 2007 came to around $150 million, while expenses still leave the company with a negative cash flow that could be as high as $150 million next ...

  • PodTech Weekly: Prairie Grass to the (Energy) Rescue
    PodTech Weekly: Prairie Grass to the (Energy) Rescue
    11:29 | Jason Lopez | Feb 3rd, 2007 |

    As one comic put it, referring to a drive across the U.S.: “This country grows a lot of freakin’ corn.” Corn, prairie grasses and an innovative use of radiocarbon mapping may be leading the way to reduced carbon emissions as well as furthering the push for U.S. energy independence. Catherine ...

  • Intel's 45nm Chips and a Wii Exercise Craze...?
    Intel's 45nm Chips and a Wii Exercise Craze...?
    15:15 | Jason Lopez | Jan 27th, 2007 |

    The Nintendo Wii may not spark an exercise fad, but, in at least one well-publicized case, it may be leading to some welcome weight loss. Also this week, we stopped by Intel, which was showing off its latest chip, Penryn. The 45 nanometer transistors on this microprocessor are being ...

  • Intel Says 45 Nanometer Microprocessors Due Later This Year
    Intel Says 45 Nanometer Microprocessors Due Later This Year
    08:40 | Jason Lopez | Jan 27th, 2007 |

    This video was commissioned by Intel.

    Intel announced that it will begin making 45 nanometer chips, code-named Penryn, in the second half of the year. The new microprocessors are the culmination of years of R&D using new materials to improve the efficiency and performance of silicon-based semiconductors.

    The company says ...

  • Sun and Intel CEOs Announce New Agreement
    Sun and Intel CEOs Announce New Agreement
    39:38 | Paul Lancour | Jan 23rd, 2007 |

    Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz and Intel CEO Paul Otellini took the stage in San Francisco Monday to announce a new alliance. Listen here for the audio of the entire presentation and the Q&A session.

    Transcript:
    Guest: Jonathan Schwartz - Sun
    Guest: Paul Otellini - Intel

    Jonathan Schwartz - Sun

  • Apple, Sony, and Social Investing
    Apple, Sony, and Social Investing
    22:34 | Jason Lopez | Jan 20th, 2007 |

    SAN FRANCISCO, January 20, 2007 (PodTech News) — It’s been a quiet week compared to the double whammy earlier this month that saw dueling trade shows — Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and MacWorld in San Francisco. MacWorld, which saw Apple’s formal introduction of its iPhone, stole a lot ...

  • Apple TV: Jobs Shows Off the Box
    Apple TV: Jobs Shows Off the Box
    14:27 | Jason Lopez | Jan 9th, 2007 |

    It wasn’t highly anticipated. We all knew it. But if Apple’s new “Apple TV” appliance works as advertised, the company–now known simply as Apple and no longer Apple Computer–might have quite a juggernaut on its hands. With movie deals that include product from Walt Disney and Paramount, Jobs might be ...

  • iPhone: Has Cingular Thrown in the Towel?
    iPhone: Has Cingular Thrown in the Towel?
    12:47 | Jason Lopez | Jan 9th, 2007 |

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs suggested in his MacWorld 2007 keynote that the new iPhone can connect to the Internet via WiFi. Really? And Cingular is okay with that? A reading of the description on Apple’s Web site seems to confirm it. “iPhone is fully multi-tasking, so you can read a ...

  • iPhone: Album Arty, Finger Scrolling, Up Sensor, Widescreen, Music/Video Thingy
    iPhone: Album Arty, Finger Scrolling, Up Sensor, Widescreen, Music/Video Thingy
    17:17 | Jason Lopez | Jan 9th, 2007 |

    The functionality of the new Apple iPhone, which comes in 4 gig ($499) and 8 gig ($599) models, appears to be far superior to the regular iPod. Trouble is, it doesn’t store enough music for people who keep large collections at their fingertips. The iPhone may turn out to be ...

  • iPhone: Product of the Year?
    iPhone: Product of the Year?
    17:06 | Jason Lopez | Jan 9th, 2007 |

    Apple CEO Steve Jobs delivered one of his most dazzling MacWorld keynotes as he unveiled Apple’s new iPhone. The device uses a patented touch screen system called multi-touch. Cisco, which owns the iPhone name, says it expects to close a deal with Apple on some sort of trademark royalty for ...

  • Gates CES Keynote Long on Demos, Short on Pizzazz
    Gates CES Keynote Long on Demos, Short on Pizzazz
    26:31 | Catherine Girardeau | Jan 8th, 2007 |

    LAS VEGAS, NV, January 7, 2007 (PodTech.net) — Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates kicked off CES 2007 with a keynote address that was long on demos and short on pizzazz. It was all about Vista and Vista as connector of the digital lifestyles and experiences. There’s no question that Vista, ...

  • PodTech Weekly: Saddam's Tech-xecution
    PodTech Weekly: Saddam's Tech-xecution
    32:52 | Jason Lopez | Jan 6th, 2007 |

    SAN FRANCISCO, January 6, 2007 (PodTech News) — The 2007 Consumer Electronics Show begins tomorrow night with a keynote by Microsoft Founder and Chairman Bill Gates. Catherine Girardeau takes a look at the CES schedule to see what the next week — and the next year — might ...

  • PodTech News Brief: MacRumors, Apple Bugs
    PodTech News Brief: MacRumors, Apple Bugs
    07:47 | Paul Lancour | Jan 4th, 2007 |

    SAN FRANCISCO, January 4, 2007 (PodTech News) — As MacWorld approaches, it’s time to take stock of the rumors that have been building up. There are a few worth noting, though some Apple-watchers are impressed with the company’s improved ability to keep the lid on announcements until they want ...

  • PodTech News Brief: Merger's Neutrality Implications
    PodTech News Brief: Merger's Neutrality Implications
    06:54 | Paul Lancour | Jan 3rd, 2007 |

    SAN FRANCISCO, January 3, 2007 (PodTech News) — The finalized merger of BellSouth and AT&T included an unprecedented agreement with serious implications for network neutrality. Also, security issues set the year off to a jittery start, with a short-lived malware virus and a short-lived Gmail vulnerability. The holiday season closed ...

  • CES Predictions: E is for Eco-System
    CES Predictions: E is for Eco-System
    12:51 | Catherine Girardeau | Jan 1st, 2007 |

    Tim Bajarin, principal analyst with Creative Strategies, a Silicon Valley tech analysis firm, says look no further than your digital home to see what will be hot in technology this year. Today on PodTech News, we’ll get an inside look at how analysts predict technology trends, and hear ...

  • PodTech Weekly: Gartner Takes a Look Ahead
    PodTech Weekly: Gartner Takes a Look Ahead
    34:18 | Paul Lancour | Dec 30th, 2006 |

    SAN FRANCISCO, December 30, 2006 (PodTech News) — Do you think 2007 will be an even BIGGER year for blogs? Are you already thinking ahead to what lies beyond the release of Microsoft VISTA? Well, you may want to rethink whatever it is you think you’re thinking. PodTech’s Clark Boyd ...

  • Scoble and Blogging on the Campaign Trail
    Scoble and Blogging on the Campaign Trail
    12:40 | Paul Lancour | Dec 29th, 2006 |

    SAN FRANCISCO, December 29, 2006 (PodTech News) — Robert Scoble was invited by Senator John Edwards’s campaign team to join the Senator, his staff, other “social media” representatives and the more traditional press corps for the first few days of his presidential campaign. It’s been a marathon few days, chronicled ...

  • Considering the Apple iPhone
    Considering the Apple iPhone
    03:40 | Michael Johnson | Dec 28th, 2006 |

    In the flurry of Apple iPhone rumours, we take a moment to talk with two long time Mac watchers about the possibility and philosophy of the “iPhone” (not the new Cisco device, but the long-rumored and name-unknown phone that may be coming soon from the company that brought us the ...

  • Gaming's Best and Worst of 2006
    Gaming's Best and Worst of 2006
    12:42 | Rio Pesino | Dec 27th, 2006 |

    SAN FRANCISCO, December 27, 2006 (PodTech News) — The past year saw significant changes in the world of video gaming. In recent months, both Sony and Nintendo released new consoles (the Playstation 3 and the Wii), while earlier on, Microsoft’s Xbox Live service was a huge success ...

  • 2007: The End of the PC?
    2007: The End of the PC?
    09:14 | Catherine Girardeau | Dec 26th, 2006 |

    SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 26, 2006 (PodTech News) — 2007 Predictions — everybody’s doing it, and analysts do it for a living. Rob Enderle, founder and principal analyst with San Jose-based The Enderle Group, looks into his crystal ball to see what technology trends will drive companies, consumers and ...

  • PodTech Weekly: Al Gore on Science Censorship, and More
    PodTech Weekly: Al Gore on Science Censorship, and More
    30:05 | Paul Lancour | Dec 24th, 2006 |

    SAN FRANCISCO, December 24, 2006 (PodTech News) — Former Vice President Al Gore addressed a large crowd of earth scientists and journalists gathered in San Francisco for the American Geophysical Union’s fall conference on December 14th. Perhaps because he was talking to a room full of scientists, Gore ...

  • PodTech News Brief: Wii Strapped!
    PodTech News Brief: Wii Strapped!
    06:27 | Paul Lancour | Dec 22nd, 2006 |

    SAN FRANCISCO, December 22, 2006 (PodTech News) — The Nintendo Wii has had a fairly successful rollout, even though it continues to be plagued by problems with the “Wiimote” controller. The problem is now taking the gamemaker to court. Another guilty plea in the U.S. Justice Department’s case against ...

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