AwesomeCast: Tech and Gadget Talk

AwesomeCast 414: Prothusiasts

September 28th, 2018

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

Katie joins Sorg in studio this week as Chilla is remote from Studio C. It's time to get geeky as we're talking about this week's tech news, including:

  • Katie is opening a bar - - well ScareHouse is. And it's her Awesome Thing of the Week this week.
  • You need zombies? Katie knows a guy.
  • Chilla's Awesome Thing of the Week is the Elgato CamLink.
  • Sorg and Chilla are looking at some of the differences between prosumer and consumer cameras.
  • Sorg is sharing Lyft filters as his Awesome Thing of the Week.
  • Playstation Now lets you download games to play offline.
  • The new Amazon Echo Show looks sharp.
  • Katie is talking about ads that interact with Google Home.
  • We have learned that the beach has VR.
  • Mirror.Co has a mirror that gives you workout assistance.
  • Are you a Windows Insider and want to jump off the train? Chilla has some tips and tricks.
  • Windows launched the Whiteboard app.
  • You know your platform is successful when you launch a version of Angry Birds on it.
  • Capcom has released Mega Man Classics cartridges.

BONUS: Katie shared a great Reddit thread about a missed connection in Pittsburgh.

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