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July 17, 2013

Ep. 312 – Can I use my Verizon Galaxy S4 on a Plane? In a Train?

TOPIC: Dave is here!  A surprise visit brings Dave in-house, in person for the first half of the show!  We have a blast hanging out and talking news of the day, including what the FAA is going to allow us to do on planes soon, Facebook data leaks, and MORE discussion about the death of Google Reader, and what options you have to switch!

Unfortunately we miss out on Jay Garmon and his most excellent geek trivia, but we’ll catch up with him next time, and it does give us more time to talk to Jerry Henning from Verizon.  Jerry and Mike get a little excited about the new S4, but provide an excellent overview of the new features, compare it directly to the S3, and give you some reasons why you should consider this your next phone!

A couple of coolsites for your consideration this week:

  • Feed.Ly – Looking for a gReader replacement like me?  Look no further!  Feedly not only imports your reader list, but gives you mobile and desktop access as well as connecting directly with another of our coolsites, IFTTT (if this, then that).  All you gReader lovers should check this out today!
  • Everything.Me – Smartphone search engine on steroids … this not only gives you relevant information about what you’re searching on, but also connects you with apps and sites that will add to your experience on your Android phone, whether you have those apps installed yet or not!
  • Verizon Wireless – Shouts out to Verizon and Jerry for telling us about the new tech on the block, and letting TechTalk play with an S4 for a few weeks to give you only the best information!

Another LCD Soundsystem hit, “I Can Change” closes us out for the podcast only song of the week.

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