2015
06.28

julygg

We will be meeting at Khon’s Wine Darts And Coffee located at 2808 Milam.

There’s plenty of free parking and Khon’s offers a great beer and wine selection with many dining options nearby.

The event starts around 7:30 and goes until ?

You don’t have to be a geek to attend. Heck, you don’t even have to be a current listener of the show. This event is a casual meet-up for anyone interested in technology or social media in all its forms and a great opportunity to just hang out with like minded individuals.

There is no need to RSVP, but if you have a Facebook account you can let us know you’re coming at the Facebook Event Page

We hope to see you there!

2015
07.02

Podcast For July 1, 2015

2015
07.01

News

When Twitter Q&As Backfire Disastrously 

Beware, VPN users: You may not be as safe as you think you are

Intel’s first Skylake chips coming in first week of August

Feds hunt for suspects in California internet backbone attack

 

Bite of the Apple

‘iPhone 6s’ to Support Faster Download Speeds With Improved Qualcomm LTE Modem

AppleCare will replace your battery once it drops to 80% of its capacity

Latest OS X update allows you to enable TRIM for third-party SSDs

 

Try Buy or Fry

TITANIUM POCKET BIT

This Online Anonymity Box Puts You a Mile Away From Your IP Address

 

Weird Science

Rosetta’s Comet Is Developing Giant Sinkholes Before Our Eyes

SpaceX launch failure blamed on upper stage oxygen tank

2015
06.26

Podcast For June 24, 2015

2015
06.24

News

The Pentagon is prepping a space war center

NASA Working With National Nuclear Security Administration On Plan To Use Nukes On Doomsday Asteroid

Single-catalyst water splitter from Stanford produces clean-burning hydrogen 24/7

 

Bite of the Apple

Apple Store Stops Selling The Original iPad Mini

Apple initiates 3TB Hard Drive Replacement Program for 3TB hard drives shipped with some 27-inch iMacs

Apple Music picks up major indie labels following Taylor Swift kerfuffle

 

Try Buy or Fry

Amazon Prime’s first wave of HDR videos is here

Microsoft’s Office apps officially launch for (some) Android phones

WACKY THREE-WHEELERS GET MORE OLD-SCHOOL BY GOING ELECTRIC

FLOATING RECORD VERTICAL TURNTABLE

ROOST’S SMART BATTERY AIMS TO BE A NEST ALTERNATIVE

Lexus unveils luxury SLIDE hoverboard

Monoprice’s New Action Cam Packs a Wearable Viewfinder For Just $180

 

Weird Science

‘Organs-on-chips’ wins design award

This Huge Wind Turbine Floating on Water Is Fukushima’s Energy Solution

HOW NASA BROKE THE GENDER BARRIER IN STEM

2015
06.18

Podcast For June 17, 2015

2015
06.17

Technology Bytes News – Jun 17, 2015

News

The Only Internet Most Cubans Know Fits in a Pocket and Moves by Bus

New exploit turns Samsung Galaxy phones into remote bugging devices

AT&T May Owe $100 Million for Selling Unlimited Data Plans That Weren’t Actually Unlimited

Research team finds major zero-day security flaws in both iOS, OS X operating systems

Cardinals Investigated for Hacking Into Astros’ Database

Reddit announces it will encrypt site traffic data

 

Bite of the Apple

Larger iPad Hinted At By iOS 9 Scalable Software Keyboard

Why Apple Should Kill Off the Mac

You Can Now Reserve An Apple Watch To Buy In-Store

 

Try Buy or Fry

Fallout 4 Offers Players A Real-Life Pip-Boy, And Fallout Shelter Hits iOS

Amazon announces new Kindle Paperwhite with a high-resolution screen

 

Weird Science

After months of silence, Philae lander suddenly makes contact 

Why a Return Trip Feels Shorter than the Trip There

Here Is the World’s First Engine Driven by Nothing But Evaporation

2015
06.10

Podcast For June 10, 2015

Discussions about typography and fonts in the first half of the show and a very interesting conversation with a 40 year veteran of NASA in the second half.

2015
06.10

News

Software Is Eating The Job Market

The Future of Food Is Food

How Android Is Becoming the New Windows

Wi-Fi Charging Works, But It Can’t Really Power Your Phone

If this is the beginning of the end of Reddit, then Reddit deserves to die

GOOD FOR LUGGAGE MANUFACTURERS, BAD FOR TRAVELERS: CARRY-ON BAG SIZE TO SHRINK BY 21%

The Death Of The Von Neumann Architecture

Funding The Web With Ads: This Outdated Model Has To Go

The Typographer Whose Elegant Work Shaped Your Emoji

 

Bite of the Apple

Why The iPad Pro Is More Likely Than Ever

iOS 9 Extends Continuity Phone Call Features to Cellular Connections

Apple to require 6-digit passcodes on newer iPhones, iPads under iOS 9

Apple announces Swift 2, promises programming language will go open source in the near future

 

Try Buy or Fry

Watch the US Navy test its electromagnetic jet fighter catapult

Sony launches 42.4MP ?7R II interchangeable lens camera Read more: http://www.macnn.com/articles/15/06/10/advanced.model.capable.of.4k.video.boasts.wide.iso.128998/#ixzz3chuyxn00

Microsoft’s Surface Hub pen display costs from $6,999 to $19,999

Who Cares About a Monopoly When There’s a Game About Making Tacos?

 

Weird Science

Scientists work out how to wire up your brain

Platinum ‘nano-raspberries’ may hold the key to methanol fuel cells

A water droplet computer is more useful than you think

2015
06.07

Planning for the 20th Anniversary Celebration of Technology Bytes!

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