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Episode 118: Apple Watch initial impressions

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Last episode, we said that fashion was really important to making any wearable, well, wearable. Did Apple deliver?

Or did Apple coming out with the Samsung Galaxy Gear 2.0, or worse, Google Glass 2.0?

One of us is probably going to buy an Apple Watch. One of us isn’t going to. Find out why.

We also talk about the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and the future of smaller smartphones.

Pat’s quest to keep smaller smartphones going may be coming to an end.

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Episode 117: Wearable fashionistas

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This is first of our podcasts on wearable computing. This one focuses on fashion, and how that is important to getting people to want to wear technology. Hello Google Glass!

Our next episode is all about the Apple Watch and our impressions of it.

How important is fashion to wearable devices? People wear watches mostly because they look good. Any smartwatch will have to at least look good, let alone work well.

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Episode 95: Our 2014 tech predictions

We think we'll see more personal data tracking and wearable technology in 2014.

We think we’ll see more personal data tracking and wearable technology in 2014.

The show you may or may not have been waiting for is here.

We discuss some of the things that we believe will happen this year. We try to keep things realistic, and we also discuss devices, such as a dedicated Apple TV, that just don’t make sense.

We also follow up our last episode and discuss if we received any of our favorite things of 2013 over the holidays.

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