Xbox 720, Google Glass, Apple Updates & More - TechnoBuffalo

Today Jon discusses Microsoft’s next generation console and its ability to compete with the PlayStation 4, TechnoBuffalo’s plan to build two gaming PCs from scratch, Apple increasing the iPhone and iPod Touch storage amounts and the effects that Google Glass will have on our society.


Ever wonder what to do when a friend’s email account is sending spam? Gmail has the answer!


Here comes the Firefox Phone, Chrome is going to help you locate the tab that’s making noise, the aurora borealis gets spectacular, and quadcopters are learning to juggle and pole dance!

Electric Road Trip: Tesla’s Supercharger Network
International Business Forum - The Renaissance Esmeralda Resort & Spa
JB Straubel, co-founder & CTO of Tesla Motors, talks about the future of the electric car and how recharge will replace refuel.


Ty shows you how to play over 50 hidden games on your Mac computer using the terminal app.


Sony is offering new features on the PS4 that aren’t available on any current consoles. Are these going to make it worth upgrading from a PS3? And find out why some features just may not be practical for all users!

mrshaun:

GARMIN HEAD-UP DISPLAY
Safely navigate in your car without taking your eyes off the road using the Garmin Head-Up Display ($130). This portable projector beams navigation information from your bluetooth-equipped smartphone onto a reflective film on your windshield, allowing you to see turn-by-turn directions, time of arrival, distance to the next turn, your speed, the speed limit, traffic information, and more. Just wirelessly pair it with your phone, put your destination into one of the compatible apps, and go. Availability pending approval by the FCC.

mrshaun:

GARMIN HEAD-UP DISPLAY

Safely navigate in your car without taking your eyes off the road using the Garmin Head-Up Display ($130). This portable projector beams navigation information from your bluetooth-equipped smartphone onto a reflective film on your windshield, allowing you to see turn-by-turn directions, time of arrival, distance to the next turn, your speed, the speed limit, traffic information, and more. Just wirelessly pair it with your phone, put your destination into one of the compatible apps, and go. Availability pending approval by the FCC.


Consumer Technology Editor Matt Warman wears Google Glass, a new device
that he predicts could become as common as a mobile phone.