GeekBeat.TV #228 | Street View Heads for the Amazon!

The End of WebOS

It looks like the end of the road for WebOS. HP has announced it’s being discontinued.

Hide Those Christmas Lights!

Christmas lights can be time-consuming to put up and take down every year. Leave them up and hidden with the LiteLocker.

Roku 2 Media Player

Roku has launched the second generation of their media player, and it comes with a reduced size and Angry Birds!

Google Catalog Collages

Google is moving into realm of digitized catalogs, which you can then put to work visualizing projects with the Collages feature.

Street View Goes to the Amazon

Ready to take a virtual trip through the Amazon? Google is setting plans to make that happen.

Sponsored by Netflix

Do you like to stream or get your movies and TV on DVD? Netflix has you covered both ways and you can try it out for free!

Comments

  1. Chad says

    Hi Calli,

    I’m thinking about setting up a website for my class this year and was hoping that students could eventually create podcasts to post on the website. My question is: I know that you do a lot of advertising for squarespace and I am looking at using them to design my website but they only allow uploading of 20mb files. How do you guys deal with your podcast files?? Where do you store them?? Any suggestions?

    Thanks again for doing the show – I always enjoy hearing about all the new things in the tech world

    Chad

  2. says

    Hello Cali,
    thank you and your team for another great episode of GB.

    I guess progress makes victims that have to be discontinued. First Symbian, then Meego and now WebOS. Shame but maybe someone smart picks them up and who knows maybe develop them further. It’s nice to dream, right?!

    I don’t think it’s such a good idea that the Amazon forrest is being archived by Google Street View. It should have been untouched. After all it’s only one of the last places where rare species live and they shouldn’t be disturbed. What can I say, I love animals, sorry!

    Take care and greetings,
    nick.

    P.S: Keep up the good work!