In my second episode of the ‘Game & Gadget Podcast’ dedicated to gaming and technology, we discuss the recent E3 announcements from Microsoft, Sony & Nintendo, Windows 8.1 and Apple’s WWDC event.
Guests include Matt Baxter-Reynolds a mobile software development consultant and technology sociologist based in the UK who blogs for ZDNet and Chris Brandrick a freelance technology writer at Techhive and a blogger for Gigaom.
Please note that due to a technical problem, my side of the recording is not up to the usual high standard I would expect – however, the debate was so interesting and with quite a bit of audio editing on my part, I decided to release regardless so you can all enjoy the discussions.
- Did Microsoft’s E3 show redeem themselves for their earlier entertainment focused ‘Xbox One Reveal’ presentation?
- What are we looking forward to in Xbox One?
- Xbox One used games policy still confusing?
- The Sony PlayStation 4 looks surprisingly understated, just like the Xbox One!
- What are we looking forward to in PlayStation 4?
- PS4 will have no used game restrictions or online requirements
- Sony charging for online multiplayer through PlayStation Plus membership.
- PS4 just £349, compared to the Xbox One at £429
- Nintendo Wii U Direct video, our thoughts?
- Windows 8.1 features explained and discussed
- Is Windows 8.1 going to remedy Windows 8 users concerns?
- OS X Mavericks announced, no more cats!
- iOS 7 revealed with minimal design elements, do we love it or hate it?
- The new MacBook Air notebooks Mac Pro cylinder!
We hope you enjoy the podcast.