On this episode of Rettinger's Rants, Jon's got cable tv in his sights!
Today Jon rants about free-to-play games. App stores have introduced us to so many great games and apps. Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja, and Doodle Jump might not exist if it wasn't for mobile app stores. Unfortunately, many new games and apps have switched over to the free-to-play model and we run into the whole microtransaction issue.
Ashley Esqueda is here to rant and rave on various topics while Jon Rettinger is on vacation! Today, Ashley rants about journalists who review beta software and hardware. Beta products will have performance issues and bugs - they are supposed to. The purpose of beta testing is not only to give users a glimpse of what's coming, but to also let users report bugs and issues that might be present.
Alec Baldwin ignored reporters after making headlines for his epic Twitter rant against a British journalist.
Jon R is back with an all new show where he rants and raves on various topics in and out of the tech world. On this week's episode, Jon rants about friends and family who ask for personal review request. Regardless of whichever job you take, you can always count on friends and family to ask you for "hook-ups." For example, if you work in the retail industry, your friends and family likely come to you for discounts.
Jon rants about Samsung's infinite line of Galaxy devices. Can you think of a Samsung mobile device that isn't Galaxy branded? Probably not. Samsung has chosen to produce so many Galaxy devices that its become near impossible to distinguish between them.
On this week's episode, Jon rants about battery technology. He recalls using his GameBoy as a child and wishing the batteries would last longer.
Audio of what is believed to be Kanye West has surfaced where he's ranting against Taylor Swift, and brings in issues of race and anti-MTV statements.
On this episode of Rettinger's Rants, Jon talks about how important specs really are.
Jon rants about the criticism YouTube has received for its sometimes unreliable services and recent design changes.
This week, Jon rants about the Galaxy Gear!
Rettinger's Rants: Wireless Charging
Jon R is back with an all new show where he rants and raves on various topics in and out of the tech world. On this week's episode, Jon rants about the lack of wireless charging on high-end devices. There are very few people on this planet who were more excited than Jon to use the Galaxy Note 3. The humungous device has always been a favorite for the head buffalo but after spending several days with the Note 3 his initial impressions have changed...
Jon R is back with an all new show where he rants and raves on various topics in and out of the tech world. On this week's episode, Jon is joined by Jon Quach to explain to us all what Jon Q has been up to since he stopped appearing in videos. Many of our long time viewers will remember our Wednesday show called "What's the Apps," where Jon Q would showcase the best iOS and Android apps.
Jon R is back to rant and rave on various topics in and out of the tech world. On this week's episode, Jon rants about how images live forever on the internet. The saying "people don't forget" is now more accurate than ever. Anything you upload to the world wide web will be forever saved and viewable. All of those photos of you acting silly or inappropriate could one day come back to haunt you. All this and more in this episode of Rants!
Jon R is back but instead of ranting and raving on various topics in and out of the tech world, he's giving thanks for all of the good in his life. It has been an incredible year for everyone here at TechnoBuffalo. Not only have our viewers remained loyal to us but we've also added new faces and shows like Ashley Esqueda with Out of Controller..
Jon R is back to rant and rave on various topics in and out of the tech world. On this week's episode, Jon rants about Amazon's new proposed delivery system that utilizes drones to deliver packages in under 30 minutes. Simply called Prime Air, this new service from Amazon would allow online shoppers to receive goods weighing in under 5 pounds directly to their home almost instantaneously. Unfortunately, Prime Air will likely never get approved by the government but it is proof that we are living