Episode 61 – Thanksgiving week! Newegg reports slow Windows 8 sales, Kickstarter got sued, Bizodo launches SignupasaService, Paul Otenlli leaves Intel, Matthew reviews his Android phone, HP’s Autonomy continues the PR nightmare, and we discuss social networking etiquette.
Episode 44! James rants about SimCity Social and reveals how much consumers spend on tech stuff each year, then Matthew shares the cure for AIDS. We then discuss how Waze can remain relevant in this new map world, Apple’s earnings & purchase of AuthenTec.
Then we give some non-paid promotions for Mint.com’s new trends feature and Hipmunk’s new premium accounts. Plus we talk about AppleTV outselling the xBox, YouTubes’s new Google+ integration, a scary NFC exploit, Google Fiber, the new OSX Mountain Lion, and the Olympics.
A couple weeks ago Matthew & I talked about a company called Bizodo. I got all excited when they were described as “taking the paper work out of paperwork”. Cool! But then I visited their website and it talked about building online forms. Less cool…
I expressed my dissatisfaction & Matthew defended them. We moved on.
But Bizodo didn’t.
Jonathon Ende, founder of Bizodo contacted us offering to show off the new and cool things they’re working on.
So, check out our discussion about Bizodo once we learned more about what they’re up to. We promised to wait until now to share so that when you, trusty listener, go visit there site, you’ll see what we’re talking about.
Make sure to listen until the end when Matthew & I give our unique ratings of Bizodo.
For this July 4th weekend we opened up the 41st podcast to let anyone join who wanted to, and then proceeded to experience massive technical difficulties. We had Yancy Eaton (@yancyeaton) join, and David Villani attempt multiple times.
It was a fun discussion which hit on the Nexus 7 killing all other Androids, the Weather Channel consuming Weather Underground, 7″ iPad rumors, the Higgs Boson “God Particle” discovery, Bizodo’s stupid/brilliant business, the size of Reddit, and finally a rousing discussion about Sony and their purchase of Gaikai.