Detailed earlier this week, Apple's new CarPlay infotainment system is the Cupertino company's way of integrating your iPhone in the car. The system is designed to be an eyes-free solution that allows users to safely use their iPhone right in the car's built-in display. You can perform functions such as get directions, make calls, send and receive messages, and listen to music. The goal is to mimic the mobile experience, but through a car's in-dash.
A few weeks ago we mentioned a company called 45Drives that has a single server that holds, you guessed it, 45 drives equalling a whopping 180TB of server space in one unit. We thought that was pretty amazing, but we were TOTALLY blown away when they said they wanted to give us one for the data center in our new building! We'll be telling you more about this as we install it and start using it, but for now, thanks SO MUCH to the folks at 45Drives!http://www.45drives.com/
We got the keys to the new building on Friday and today we're taking you through on a first look tour. We have a lot of work ahead of us to get things how we want them but this is where we're starting!
Jon R is back to tackle more questions and queries from Buffalo readers, viewers and fans! In this episode of Ask the buffalo, Jon tackled the most burning questions in the world of tech including why iOS users might want to switch sides and try Android, when he expects Apple to release the iPhone 6 and what features it might have, and why you should not buy Google Glass at the moment? All this and more on Ask the Buffalo!
Ben continues his fight to overpower winter and takes on a viewer challenge to build bicycle handlebar warmers. Abby bikes to work in the winter and her hands get very cold, even with mittens, so she asks Ben to create a DIY solution for cyclists like herself. Ben gathers some readily available supplies to hack for the build - motorcycle handlebar warmers, a portable USB charger, and a project box. He builds custom cork handlebar grips, goes over how a step-up regulator works and has his assist
Jon R is back to tackle the biggest tech rumors of this week! In this episode of Rumor Roundup, LG looks like they're going to be pushing a software update to their G Flex, allowing for native 4K video recording. The Oppo Find 7 also appears to paving the way in the camera department, with a reported 50MP+ shooter. Lastly, some leaks iPhone 6 images have surfaced, showing the potential of an edge-to-edge display on Apple's next flagship phone. All this and more in this episode of Rumor Roundup!