What You Missed on Last Night’s AGTN!

We had another great show last night on the Android Guys Thursday Night Droid-cast! Here are the highlights from the show last night:

  • We talked with Meredith Flynn-Ripley, the CEO from Heywire and a fellow Bostonian to Ray!  She talked about her app for social communication.  Free texting worldwide!
  • Adam Wilson from Orbotix came on the show, and he was OUTSTANDING.  You do not want to miss this segment of last night’s show.  Adam is one of the developers of Sphero, a remote controlled ball that works with your Android handset.  Adam was a hoot to be sure, make sure to check him out!
  • Ray did his “Rayge Against the Machine” segment this week, this time talking about the fact the Cliq XT is not getting an update and is stuck at 1.5.
  • We talked about the idea of tablets killing the laptop market, and decided that it all depends on the user, make sure to chime in with your opinion after listening.
  • We gave the first clue of the #SUPAHDUPAHCONTEST!  You are going to need to tune in to get the first clue to win!

All that and much more during the show, if you are a regular listener, you know that we are loose and fun on AGTN.  You can watch the archive on Streamly.TV or you can listen either on blogtalkradio or now on iTunes!

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