http://traffic.libsyn.com/rbgtechnobabble/tbabble011.mp3 Join Jeff, Cynth, Dan and Kevin as they discuss the latest tech and gaming news. Seagate shuts down a large plant but creates a 16TB consumer hdd and a 2TB 2.5in sshd. https://www.techpowerup.com/229691/seagate-is-shutting-down-one-of-its-largest-hdd-assembly-plants http://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2017/1/27/14417316/seagate-16tb-hard-drive-announced-coming-2018 http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2017-seagate-firecuda-2tb-review ASRock creates a new small for factor motherboard. http://www.anandtech.com/show/11052/asrock-shows-deskmini-gtxrx-using-microstx-motherboard-with-mxm-support The new Opera Neon browser. http://www.theverge.com/2017/1/12/14251546/opera-neon-concept-web-browser-released Microsoft HoloLens sales are … Continue reading Technobabble | RBG Podcast 011 – Secret Bunkers
When EA's most recent rendition of the classic Sim City franchise came out back in 2013, we were treated to a customer backlash for the ages. Sim City came in like a wrecking ball...made of a balloon on some string, which bounced off our expectations and popped. It was like watching a trainwreck, except that … Continue reading Requiem for a Disaster – Sim City
To start, I have no idea if these are available on iOS and I’ll be the first to tell you I don’t really care. Yep, I said that. OK, fine. All are available on iOS with the exception of Magic Circus. With that out of the way, HEY there are games on these things! With … Continue reading Android Has Games!
http://traffic.libsyn.com/rbgtechnobabble/youmetech001.mp3 Join Cynthia and she schools Dan and Jeff in the life and times of Hedy Lamarr, the inventor of frequency hopping which led to our modern day wireless technology.
Recently I moved from my old Blackberry Bold 9930 and Verizon to a Blu Life One X (2016) and Virgin Mobile and one of the things I’ve enjoyed is the absolute freedom to use any unlocked cell phone on the Virgin network. If you listen to our podcast you will note that a week after … Continue reading Blue Life One X2 – HYPE!
Last week, I discussed Intel's new Kaby Lake processors and the disappointment that came from what we can probably call Intel's laziest effort yet. It was more disappointing to me than when Post decided to remove Marshmallow Alpha Bits from our cereal aisles. I was personally very excited for Intel finally releasing … Continue reading The Prize At The Bottom Of The Kaby Lake
I'll be the first to admit I'm a bit of a cranky old man when it comes to phones: I find most apps useless or even highly intrusive with their logins (anyone who read my rant against NVIDIA for requiring a superfluous login to use their GeForce Experience software probably saw this one coming) … Continue reading A Whole New Galaxy
http://traffic.libsyn.com/rbgtechnobabble/tbabble010.mp3 Join Jeff, Cynthia and Dan as they discuss CES shenanigans and other news! "Pumped" is performed by RoccoW and is Creative Commons licensed.
I have been a fan of the main Forza series ever since the first iteration on the original Xbox (which by the way still looks great today – I checked). I have every edition of the game on disc except for a digital copy of Forza Motorsport 6. I’ll get a hard copy some day...Anyways … Continue reading Forza Horizon 3 – A Belated Review of the Best Game Ever Made
http://traffic.libsyn.com/rbgtechnobabble/betayoumetech128c.mp3 Join Jeff and Cynthia as they dive a bit deeper into the issues. Today, why 3D sucks and why it should go away.