Here it is folks! The first of a new series where we bring experts, bloggers, and journalists to you!
To kick things off we’re talking all things Live Tiles! Have you been thinking about trying out a Windows Phone? Are you curious about tablets and hybrids? Are you looking at software solutions for your small business? Are you thinking about buying an Xbox?
We’re here to help! We’ll be answering your questions on the air from 8-9pm Pacific on the Youtubes!
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If you’re into mobile audio, field recording, voice over, or podcasting, it’s been the dream for a while. The ability to use our consumer tablets as recording solutions.
It still hasn’t come to Android. Plug a USB mic into an Android tablet, and it’ll likely power up, but Android wont know what to do with it. Microsoft might have the hardware to offer up a solution for us mobile audio junkies. Let’s take a look at how recording works on a Surface 2, and what happens to the files you create after you’re done editing.
Time for our weekly tech round table discussion with Boored at Work, BWOne, Mobile Burn, and yours truly.
We have a spirited discussion each week talking out (sometimes debating) the top tech news stories. You can watch live each Saturday at 11:30am Eastern, but if you miss it it’s recorded directly to Youtube for posterity. This week we tackle XBox One, new Nokia gear, and Moto X getting KitKat!
Our first Windows tablet to hit the SomeGadgetGuy Test Bench!
We never did get our hands on the first Surface, but Surface 2 is ready to go! We’ll playback some movie and music samples to see how it stacks up to phones and bluetooth speakers! The audio level for our tablet tests is normalized to compare directly with the HTC One, so listen back to that test and you’ll be able to hear how the Surface 2 stacks up!
Previous speaker tests:
HMDX Jam Classic
Galaxy S4 Active
Nokia Play 360
HTC One Mini
LG Optimus G Pro
Over 30 million views on Youtube. CharstarleneTV has certainly tapped into a fear many of us tech-heads have contemplated.
We’re already living in a dystopian future.
At once tongue in cheek and instantly maudlin, because it’s completely recognizable.
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It’s not like he built his career on trying to be a wordsmith or anything…
Like something out of a bad CSI re-run:
“Zoom into that flower. Enhance. See if you can clean up that focus.”
It’s a trip that we can now do things kinda like that. Refocus turns your Lumia into a Lytro style camera. Hold your camera steady for a couple seconds as the camera scans a scene, and then you can choose what to focus on later. We’re now officially living in the future.
Let’s take a look!
Refocus on the Windows App Store.
Here’s an example of how Refocus works. The flower pic I showed in the video can be embedded, allowing you to play with the focus points in a web browser.