10 episodes

Every Monday-Wednesday afternoon, Ashley Esqueda and Jeff Cannata deliver future tech news and then deep dive into their favorite topics on Thursday.

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    • 4.6 • 19 Ratings

Every Monday-Wednesday afternoon, Ashley Esqueda and Jeff Cannata deliver future tech news and then deep dive into their favorite topics on Thursday.

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    We say goodbye to the show by toasting the future (Tomorrow Daily 411)

    We say goodbye to the show by toasting the future (Tomorrow Daily 411)

    We deep dive into tech-infused tattoos, Audi's plan to have its cars talk to traffic lights, and Intel's Project Alloy. We also sit down with Producer Logan to reminisce about the show and bid it a fond farewell.

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    Project Alloy's untethered, gesture-controlled VR headset sounds great to us (Tomorrow Daily 410)

    Project Alloy's untethered, gesture-controlled VR headset sounds great to us (Tomorrow Daily 410)

    Intel announces an interesting VR prototype without cables or controllers; also, a researcher creates a leaping robot leg inspired by mountain goats.

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    Robot showcase features pizza- and sushi-making bots (Tomorrow Daily 409)

    Robot showcase features pizza- and sushi-making bots (Tomorrow Daily 409)

    A pair of robotic arms craft pieces of sushi at a robot showcase; also, Audi plans to deploy technology allowing select models to "talk" to traffic lights.

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    Connected temporary tattoos are both flashy and functional (Tomorrow Daily 408)

    Connected temporary tattoos are both flashy and functional (Tomorrow Daily 408)

    MIT and Microsoft show off a temporary tattoo with a variety of interactive functions; also, an NES emulator team ports its work to HoloLens.

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    Smart toast sounds iffy to us, and so does getting a tattoo from a robot (Tomorrow Daily 407)

    Smart toast sounds iffy to us, and so does getting a tattoo from a robot (Tomorrow Daily 407)

    Guest co-host Christian Spicer joins Ashley to deep dive into industrial robot arms giving tattoos, VR street biking and the newest HoloLens demo. Also, would you buy a smart toaster?

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    Microsoft HoloLens meets Legendary movie characters in new demo (Tomorrow Daily 406)

    Microsoft HoloLens meets Legendary movie characters in new demo (Tomorrow Daily 406)

    A man makes a bionic hand out of coffee maker parts; also, Microsoft shows off a HoloLens demo featuring characters from Legendary films.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

Beartechnology ,

One of my all-time favorites

This truly is the best geek podcast in the known universe. Great hosts, good content, nice length. I’d recommend it to everyone.

Mr. Treize ,

Not great at first

I had been going through my backlog and then I realized something, I can’t stand Khail. He is the worse co-host in Cnet history. He is often rude, dismissive, unprofessional, and disruptive. He is a poor counter to Ashley who is brilliant. I am going to try to start watching this show again beginning at the after Khail days and hopefully his absence improves the show. The show is a great thing in theory when they stay on target which they seldom do when that clown is sitting in the chair beside Ashley. He thinks he is being funny, charming, professional, and helpful when he really is not. If you are just starting and want to delve into the back episodes, DO NOT go further than the new era without Khail.

INsaneJuly ,

Great Job!

Love the show! Great humor, interesting topics, hilarious/engaging hosts. Keep ‘em coming!

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