AwesomeCast: Tech and Gadget Talk

Bigger Than Electronics Boutique | AwesomeCast 412

September 12th, 2018

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

It may be a slow tech news week as we head into the big Apple announcement next week, but we can still talk some interesting things! Sorg, Krause, and Chilla are talking about:

We’re getting into our Awesome Things of the Week with Chilla talking about lojacking your devices with Samsung Smartthings. But does this open up privacy concerns?
Sorg continues the tracking discussion with a sweet wallet with slim Tile tracker from Nomad.
Krause talks about a drone built batteries first for longer flight time from Impossible Aerospace.
Listener Brandon shared with us a grandfather with 11-phone Pokemon Go bike setup!
Brandon also shares the Netflix and Snack Melon Bowl.
Listener Dave looks at the Google Maps elevation feature.
Rizz lets us know Valve has approved it's first porn game on Steam.
It is estimated that half of US homes will have smart speakers by the end of the year.
There have been 1.5 million installs of Fortnite on Android, but Krause still has issues with it on his Pixel.
Nerf to add Fortnite and Overwatch guns.  And we go down the "Nerf Arsenal" Youtube rabbit hole.
Apple to stream iPhone event on Twitter.

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