Techpedition: Tech, Video Games, TV, and Anime

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With special guest and returning host Carl Minor in the house, we talk about the possibility of Will Smith in Aladdin, Avatar coming back to the big screen, Radeon Pro Duo forging AMDs comeback, NES Classic cancellation, Starcraft for free, an Uber of a mess, and Ad-Blockers in Chrome. Next we talk games, including Warhammer 40k: Dawn of War 3, Ducktales Remastered, Unreal Tournament, and Carl’s favorite--Street Fighter V! Finally we talk a bit of tv with Cosplay Melee and Better Call Saul.
In the news, we talk news about the Star Craft gold master debacle, the Surface Laptop, the state of live-streaming tv, and the state of cable versus streaming. In gaming we discuss Street Fighter V, Grand Theft Auto V, and Cemu. We cap things off in what we are watching with a recommendation for Powerless, a plea for Man of Steel, and a discussion about the dynamics in Better Call Saul.
News Sega Genesis Whoring Leads To Sweet Bliss, Zone Sega Monster Buys Yahoo !HotJobs Engadget Tired Of The Flaming, Kills Comments The Last Airbender Super Bowl Spot Metroid: Other M Project Needle Mouse Sonic 4 Super Fandom Ideas DLC how long should the love last? NBA Jam Screenshots…WTF Walmart and Best Buy stop trading used […]
PS3 in your phone, over-priced 3DS, Star Wars 3D in 2012, no tethering for you, Gliese 581g, Segway owners ironic death, Gold ATM, Death Rays, NBA Elite delayed, More HD re-releases, Devil, Iron Man 2, Dead Rising 2, and rdio.com
In this episode, we break down the trailers. Star Wars: Episode VIII, Battlefront II, Thor: Ragnarok -- we've got your covered. Next we give one last discussion to the end of The Crew, then talk overclocking and the Noctua CPU cooler. Finally we give a non-spoiler nod to Your Name, before finishing up with the Project Scorpio unveiling.
E3 2011 breakdown show! We talk all about this years beloved video game event. Who had the best showing? What unexpected delights are awaiting us this fall? Who has the next big thing? We got it all here.
This week it’s all about the news! We talk about Best Buy pulling the plug on Kaspersky — and so should you, the new iPhone and iOS 11 is almost here, the Space X space suit, the state of unlimited wireless data, Facebook Watch and their billion dollar ambitions, the new 2K18 demo, the BB8 counterpart — BB9-E, the end of the original XBOX One, and finally Disney rumors of an Obi-Wan movie. Buckle-in, this should be a fun one.
Rest in Peace Steve, the new iPhone is here, cheap tablets, Kindle Fire on fire, Razer arcade stick, Bloody Roar trolls, Zune Pass price drop, XBOX TV --w/ app for Windows Phone, Rabbids TV Show, Team Bondi closed, The Universe, SD card on the cheap, Spidey Dimensions, Conduit II, Metroid Other M, and TekNmotion Yapster Blaster
This week brought us huge gaming news from Nvidia. But before talking about the newly debuted Nvidia RTX 2080, we dive into news about Twitch Prime changes, Netflix promo videos, and Google tracking gone wrong.
In this week episode, we talk about the announcement of the Apple event in September and the leaks of the new iPhone devices, along with a host of security news, XBOX All-Access and more. We also give a more tamed assessment of the Nvidia RTX announcement from last week.
Join us for our weekly discussion on all things tech. This episode is filled with rants of all sorts, with E3, Apple iPhone X, Fox Acquisition talks, and Bezeless-devices driving the discussion. We also discuss our love of the Space Force!
This week: Michael Bay ruining childhoods, Expendables back to R-rating, GameStop 3DS DLC, Street Fighter X Tekken on-disc DLC and review re-cap, John Carter, Resident Evil: Revelations, Mii stalkings, cross-plat humble bundle, and 4G power management.
Be warned, spoilers are eminent. Join us as a Clarence, a comic book novice, and James, a comic book maven, discuss their likes and dis-likes of the recent box office success, The Avengers!
Become James Cameron with cheap 3D camera. Trade-In your digital games. Reboot city. Apple on the eve of debuting the next big thing. Sega continues to whore their ultimate collection. Will OnLive live? Tetris 100 million phone downloads. Project Needlemouse, and new NBA JAM on the horizon? We’ve been playing a lot of games this […]
Google’s master plan unfolds. See Techpedition Comic 001. Halo on PS3 via Blu-Ray Legends release. Skype in televisions, what about a 360 software update? Xbox 360 Game Room a Playstation Home knock-off. Netflix delays Warner Brother releases. T-Mobile finally has good phones. Re-create your favorite movie scenes with Yoostar. Left 4 Dead in 8 bit […]
It's not an episode, it's a story! Jyn Erso. Darth Vader. The Death Star. What's not to love? Join us as we take a deep dive (with spoilers) into the first entry in the Star Wars side story universe on the big screen.
In this episode, we talk Carrie Fisher’s passing and the state of Star Wars, upcoming Nintendo Switch event, and an interesting Nokia Android phone. Resident Evil 7 peaks our interest in upcoming releases, and we play Ryse, Battlefront, Super Mario Run!, Rocket League, and Wii Sports. Finally we finish things off talking about the state of console hacking.
With kernel panic in full-swing, we talk about Meltdown and Spectre, the bugs affecting nearly every computer and device!
In the news, King of Fighters I getting iOS treatment, Burnout Crash and Bloodrayne Betrayal on PSN/Xbox Live, PSN getting Harmony of Dispair, Sony Online Passes, Star Trek on Netflix, Kinect Nyko adapter, Wii U 3D support and Nintendo doesn't care? Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D save game woes. We also talk Tranformers: Dark of the Moon, The Prestige, Call of Duty: World at War, GeoDefense on WP7, Sonic Generations Demo, and Steam Summer Camp Sale.
We talk Google+, Nintendo 3DS video content, Netlix pricing, Old Boy gets Spiked, XBOX 360 + Windows 8 = death of PC gaming?, new Amazing Spider-Man images, EA buys Popcap and kill old servers, Falling Skies, and Sin & Punishment: Star Successor.
We talk about a Zombie mod for a game no one has heard of, Diablo 3 woes, Assassin's Creed 3, Tekken movies, Avengers joke, Marvel Heroes, cheap Xbox 360, Bungie’s Destiny project, Halo 4 web series, DICE going 64-bit only, launched dates shifted to 2013, more Prototyping, Captain Asylum, and feedback!
Carl thinks the Kin 1 and Kin 2 are half-ass products. 3DTV's - Price versus practicality and what's next? Playstation goes 3D this summer. James talks how big COSPLAY is getting... Tennessee? Sergio rants about Green Day Rock Band... What's up on the greatest hits? Ex-Infinity Ward employees make it burn for Activision (Joins EA). NPD Numbers - God of War 3 wins out, no surprises here. PS3 moving product! 7 inch USB moniters and other splurge purchases keep the economy alive... dare I say splurchase. Carl goes crazy with Pegasus being black. Blur equals Mario Kart. Keep those old machines or upgrade. And it's tablet mayhem!
In the episode, it’s time for some Spider-Man: Homecoming. We give the theatrical release the deep-dive with spoilers abound. We also deliver a bit of news, and a brief update on what we’ve been playing.
In this week’s episode: ZTE gets banned, Facebook and block-chain, Ticketmaster and facial recognition, Steam everywhere, Microsoft takes a smaller cut, and update your 7-zip! Hosted by Kary Brown and Clarence Brown.
In this weeks episode: Waymo self-driving semi’s, dig-once federal law could bolster broadband efforts, state-level right to repair bills, an Oculus snafu, Xbox One X to get FreeSync-tech, Mar10 and Google Maps, and Fortnite cross-play coming to Xbox!
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Podcast Details

Started
Oct 31st, 2009
Latest Episode
Jun 27th, 2019
Release Period
Weekly
No. of Episodes
148
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour
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