Car Tech of Future Past | AwesomeCast 394

Episode 386 · April 24th, 2018 · 1 hr 7 mins

About this Episode

This week’s episode brought to you by Slice on Broadway, Alex Kahrs Design & Media, and The Millvale Music Festival!

This week Brian Crawford of The River's Edge rejoins our regulars Katie, Chilla, and Sorg as they talk this week’s tech news, including:

Chilla is loving the Otterbox Avengers: Infinity Wars phone cases!
Katie wants to show your mad skills with Rapchat on her phone.
Brian is upgrading his 20 year old car with the Okra Universal Tablet Air Vent Car Mount for his iPad to play River's Edge on TuneIn.
PIT aims to be the world’s smartest airport by partnering with CMU
We try to see the Google Search Podcast interface on Android phones.

Amazon wants to make robots for the home...
But in the meantime Amazon will deliver packages to your car.
A Nintendo Switch Jailbreak is available!
Porn company wants to reward you for taking shorter showers.
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