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 talks about the history of TechnoBuffalo and what it takes to start your own blog. All this and more in this episode of Rants!
Jon rants about Terms of Services: that super long legal contract-looking agreement that companies always push out and that most of us never read. Jon sites Instagram as an example of how frustrating terms of services can be. He also provides some privacy tips on how you can better protect yourself as well as your loved ones!
On this week's episode, Jon rants about CES. He explores the greatness that is CES from multiple perspectives. As an editor, working the floors of CES is a grueling week-long event filled with 20 hour days. As a tech fan, CES is a wondrous phenomenon that allows folks to take a peak into the future of all things tech, science and gadgetry. All this and more!
Fresh off of his trip to CES 2013, Jon is ranting about trade shows. Will they still be around or are we seeing the steady decline of once popular shows like E3 and CES?
Today Jon rants about how rumors and leaks are ruining the excitement behind new devices. Gadget leaks and rumors make great posts on TechnoBuffalo, but too many can ruin the excitement consumers get when they first hear about a brand new product. Do you want some of the wonder back in product announcements?
Jon rants about how mobile payments have failed to become mainstream and how fragmentation is ruining the service. Since the introduction of NFC and Google Wallet, Jon has been itching to pay for lunch with his smartphone but after many attempts he has failed to do so. There are so many steps and compatibility problems that it's near impossible!
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On this edition of Rettinger's Rants, Jon R. talks smart watches!
This week Jon rants about the measly 4 megapixel camera the newly announced HTC One is packing. Usually when a new flagship smartphone is announced, it boasts a high-count megapixel camera. HTC changed that today with their new 4 "UltraPixels" camera that can capture 300 percent more light.
Today Jon rants about the unexciting and poorly executed PlayStation 4 keynote. Last Wednesday, the world tuned in to witness the unveiling of Sony's newest next-gen console but unfortunately the excitement died down fast. Sony decided to not show the PlayStation 4 hardware!
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Carnivorous T, an irate Dinosaur inexplicably living in modern times, rants about his encounters with various Douche Bags.
Today Jon rants about the rumored Facebook phone, the "HTC first." The device hasn't been officially announced or confirmed yet, but it already has Jon kicking and screaming. Why would anyone need a Facebook phone when a Facebook app on any smartphone can do the same thing?
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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.