Ninjacast 12/21

| December 21, 2010 | Reply

Hosts: Wayne DrescherChris Bogart

Topics Talked About:

  • Gingerbread – Nexus S source code released, custom Gingerbread ROMs coming
  • NEC – Looking to breakout at CES with single and dual screen Tablets
  • Motorola – Their huge announcement coming in for CES, a Tablet & LTE phone
  • PalmPad – What will we see from HP/Palm at CES
  • Verizon – LTE devices on the CES announcement menu
  • LG – Making huge financial moves to bring us more in mobile for 2011
  • Devices – Motorola, Sony Ericsson, HTC & more
  • Kinect – Looking to quadruple their accuracy & some amazing hacks going on
  • Google TV – Wayne’s live review & first impressions along with a software update
  • Apple – WordLens & looking to rival Google’s navigation
  • App Talk – Quick Find for BlackBerry, SPB Mobile Shell beta testing & apps out of Beta
  • Last Minute Shopping – Verizon Galaxy Tab drops to $499 & a crazy iPhone deal
  • Wrap Up – Touiteur name change coming, shoutouts to everyone listening


Category: Tech News

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I am the Owner/Founder of & , I was born in to a world that was emerging on the frontier of technology. Within time I self taught himself everything from coding to graphic design and wanted to bring my creations to the public by the masses. With the new growing world of mobile applications I could achieve just that. I am always looking to learn something new and provide the best service and information I can. I am really a cool and calm type of guy who is more of a lounge party setting then going to the loudest rock concert ever. When I go out to eat at fancy places the ambiance is what I comment on first, if the ambiance is poor then my food doesn’t go down as good. I look at everything around me that has different shapes and colors which creates ideas I use in my everyday projects. I try to live life to the fullest when life dishes out free time. I love to teach everyone I know who isn’t as tech literate as myself and give them more information to better their decisions. The progression in technology is life, it’s my life.