We were joined in the studio by Todd Abrams and Jeff Dwelle who are going to make sure we get serious with our fitness training! Curious about what a heavy-duty training program is like? We got lots of questions answered!
Our hard-core fitness plans, a supercomputer built on Raspberry Pi, K-Cup coffee from the coffee maker you have now, an update to the Roku Streaming Stick, and a smart speaker to make your music selections for you!
When inspiration strikes, it's nice to be able to get that new song that just came into your head down in a decent recording on your iPad or iPhone. That's why guitarists should always have the Griffin GuitarConnect Cable in their case ready to make the connection and save the tune. It retails at $29.99, but you can get it for a lot less at Amazon. If you've got an iDevice and a guitar, you need this to bring them together cheaply and easily.http://amzn.to/1kvUKAr
Want to try K-Cup style coffee making without buying an entire machine? Those machines can be expensive, and you might have a need for the higher capacity of a regular drip coffeemaker on occasion. That's the thinking behind the K-pod, a project on Kickstarter that proposes an insert for a regular coffee maker that uses K-Cups to make your coffee or tea one cup at a time. It even has a dial that allows you to choose how strong you want your brew!http://kck.st/Nszdur
UpDesk is going to be outfitting our entire new building, a delicious future where you can order pizzas from touchscreen tables, Apple's CarPlay puts iOS in your dashboard, and talking online media at NAB!
Ever wish for a tablet stand that's easy to carry with you and can even slip into your pocket? We got our hands on a 3D-printed prototype of the Plinth, now on Kickstarter, and it looks like it might just be the solution to that particular problem. It folds down flat and at the touch of a button (one-handed operation!) it can go to one of three different viewing angles. The backing level on Kickstarter that will put one of these in your hands is £18 (about $30 USD).http://kck.st/1coiW57
Here's how you can use a really cool FREE tool called PicMonkey to create a lower third graphic for your Google Hangouts. If you are using them for business, or just want to show people who you are, they are a great way to express your brand.
RavPower's new Qi-enabled battery backup lets you wirelessly charge your Qi-compatible devices on the go. When the device is plugged in, it operates as a standard charger, filling up whatever phone or tablet you put on it. And when you remove the device, the RavPower battery tanks up as well, so you'll have it available to take with you on the go.
Our thanks for making our big news possible, bad news for a major bitcoin exchange, a super portable electric vehicle, entertainment for kids meets maker culture, and Square payments move into the app world.
We've bought a building that we can customize to our needs and make an awesome home for all our future video production! Here's our live Q and A with viewers where we talk about all the details and plans.
It's our 800th episode, and we're celebrating with the biggest announcement in our history - we've bought a building that we can customize to our needs and make an awesome home for all our future video production!
Our live look at Samsung's Unpacked event at Mobile World Congress. The company announced a new generation of phone in the Galaxy S5, a revised Gear smartwatch, and a new smartwatch/fitness tracker called the Gear Fit.
Have you ever wanted to play around with digital art, but didn't know how to get started? Renee Busee, the SketchBook community manager from Autodesk, joined us to show how people can use the power of digital to create their own art.