Where black culture meets the world of technology. We talk about consumer tech, smartphones, gaming, and a whole host of stuff and how it relates to the black community as a whole...and laugh while doing it.
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68 - The State Of EVs, Tech and Ukraine, and our Favorite Consumer Tech
The crew is back for the 68th installment of the Black Techies Podcast! Herb, Leslie, and Roberto share their thoughts on:
1) The State of America's Consumer Electric Vehicle Marketplace
2) How Technology has impacted the ongoing conflict in Ukraine (also the mixed feelings of black folks on said conflict).
3) Their current favorites in Consumer Electronics and Technology.
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67 - Playstation Plus, No E3 for You, and the Slap Heard 'Round The World
The Crew is Back for the 67th episode of The Black Techies Podcast! We'll take a look at:
1) Playstation Plus introducing a new pricing structure for their cloud gaming service.
2) E3 getting nixed for 2022, and what it means for gamers and the gaming industry.
3) Will Smith's slap "Heard and Seen around the World". The TBT crew weighs in for regular black folk...LOL
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Short Black Techie: Why the Steam Deck is literally a game changer
Just Processing is now Short Black Techie...I promise it's my last name change
The Steam Deck is finally out and reviews seem to be pretty good for the most part. While this is definitely a first generation product, I think the Steam Deck's promise as a portable PC gaming device cannot be overstated.
66: Sony State of Play and new Apple's new Mac Studio
In this episode, the Black Techies talk about the games they're most excited from Sony's State of Play livestream. They also talk about Apple's crazy powerful Mac Studio and why the price may not be that bad.
65: Tech In The Courtroom
The Black Techies are joined by P. Danielle Nellis, a former assistant district attorney who is running for District Attorney of Nashville, Tennessee. We talk about technology used in the courtroom and how the COVID-19 pandemic rapidly changed the landscape of our legal system for better or worse.
If you want to know more about Danielle's campaign and platform, check out www.nellisfornashville.com
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Black History Month Spotlight: Dr. Mark Dean
During Black History Month, The Black Techies will feature short episodes about notable past and present black technologists, scientists, and inventors. First up is Dr. Mark Dean who was instrumental in his work with personal computers. Our current monitors and smartphones wouldn't be where they are now without him.
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It is always wonderful to hear the perspectives of the group…and I absolutely love the female representation…definitely got a fan for life
Love Hearing my Tech-geek Brothers
Roberto told me that if I didn’t leave a review I couldn’t listen anymore. I appreciate this podcast because being a techie (and many of the other hobbies, including my job) has always been on the fringe of the black community. Thanks for representing for us.
Liking this podcast.
Just listened to the first one and I like it. A lot of valid points with black culture and technology.