The Media Center Show No.142 – Final CES Interviews

Listen here

Here are the final set of interviews from CES. In the press lounge I sat down with James Kendrick and Kevin Tofel from jkOnTheRun and MobileTechRoundup, they cover the world of mobile tech and we chatted about Wimax, UMPCs, Mobile Internet Devices and Kevin’s Eee PC. James explains how he was live blogging from the CES with a HTC Advantage.
The final set of interviews comes from The Media Center Show dinner where we talked Windows Home Sever, Windows Media Center and Voice Control amongst other things. As ever I have email and news items.

Direct Download LinkSubscribe via iTunesSubscribe via RSS - Vote for the show on Podcast Alley - Join The Media Center Show Group on Facebook

Thanks to the show sponsor Tech.co.uk

 

Show Times:
01:38 Coming up this week
02:34 Email – Webguide for Windows Home Server
03:19 Email – Tip: Cleaning Recording History
04:05 Email – Changing the RSS feed layout
06:30 MC Organiser (via Missing Remote)
06:51 One For All Remote Review
10:46 Integrating Windows Home Server and Windows Media Center
12:20 Chris Lanier on Bluray
13:42 New Media Center in Marine Blog
14:15 A message from One Voice
15:22 Welcome to James and Kevin
15:45 Wimax
17:40 How James and Kevin covered CES using mobile tech  
20:00 HTC Advantage
21:55 Tablet PC – TX2000
23:50 Mobile Internet Devices (MID)
26:30 ASUS | Eee PC
30:00 Linux on mobile devices
32:10 Origami Experience 2.0
36:00 Have a listen to MobileTechRoundup
36:29 The Media Center Show Dinner
36:50 Andrew Edney on Windows Home Server
38:09 Terry Walsh also on Windows Home Server
40:20 Jessia Zahn from Microsoft
43:07 Steven Hughes from BostonPocketPC
44:05 Ted Singh from Embedded Automation
47:42 Paul Heitlinger from S1Digital having fun
49:20 Adam Fintch from One Voice – voice controls on MIDs
54:00 Thanks for listening, see you next week

Music by Ian Dixon

Technorati tags: Windows Media Center, podcasts

Ian Dixon

Founder of The Digital Lifestyle.com and host of The Digital Lifestyle Show. Started podcasting in 2005, Windows Entertainment and Connected Home MVP. Lover of gadgets from the Raspberry Pi to the iPad, Android to Windows 8. Also a massive motor racing fan