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This Sunday David, Shawn & Tina’s talk about Nintendo’s new app and Microsoft’s Kinect-less Xbox. Shawn also discusses his first hand experiences with the recent connection/transportation app Lyft. Get ready for a fist bump because this is Technophiles’ one hundred and ninety fifth episode.

This Tuesday David, Shawn, Tina & Drew talk about the proposed exploration craft the SeaOrbiter. Also, things get a bit heated when they discuss the award winning Invisible Girlfriend App. Somebody call Craig Gillespie because this is Technophile’s one-hundred and fifty-ninthth episode.

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This Saturday David speaks with Alex Sheehan about Yahoo’s new iOS Weather App and the state of CISPA. This is Technophiles’ one-hundred and eighteenth episode.

FiLMiC Pro
by Cinegenix, LLC
operating system: iOS | price: $3.99 | size: 7.01 mb | category: Photo & Video
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.

Now that iPhone cameras shoot in 1080p, they’ve realistically become an alternative for significantly more expensive cameras, when shooting casual video, like home movies. You could probably even shoot a web-series with one and not too many people would even notice. However, what if you wanted even more control? What if you wanted a, borderline, professional level of control? …Control of frame-rate, white-balance, separate exposure and focus controls? If you wanted all that, and more, you’d be looking for the iOS App FiLMiC Pro.

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Earth Now
by Jet Propulsion Laboratory
operating system: iOS | price: Free | size: 9.5 mb | category: Education
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.

2012 is here. It’s time to prepare yourself for catastrophic climate change, the switching of the poles, the atmosphere being cooked away by massive solar flares, the return of aliens, or jesus, or whatever. So you can see how having an app that provides you with near-real-time global climate data could come in handy, right? Ok, so maybe not all of us are stocking up our subterranean shelters, but Earth Now is still a neat app.

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Week Calendar
by UtiliTap
operating system: iOS | price: $1.99 | size: 8.5 mb | category: Productivity
Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.

Even though Apple released a ‘week view’ in their, iOS native, Calendar App with the latest iOS update. As a calendar junkie, I continue to find myself underwhelmed with Apple’s Calendar App. I used Calvetica for awhile, back when it was the only App offering a ‘week view’ feature, until all my hopes and dreams were answered with the aptly titled Week Calendar.

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This week on Technophiles, David, Bryce and Ashely talk about life without cable, robot babies for the elderly in Japan, being an at home DJ, and Pioneer’s new Augmented Reality HUD display.

This week David and Bryce talk about the new Apple store in Grand Central Terminal, Apple Stores allowing customers to do ‘self check-out’ from their iPhones, an iOS app that allowed tethering called iTether. Also Time Magazine reports on the most relaxing song ever made and finally head-phones that incorporate the iPod shuffle into their physical design.