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This Friday, David, Shawn, and Tina talk about Google X’s new project called the Baseline Study. They also quickly discuss the possibilities of a new morphing robot. Somebody find Eddie Jessup because this is Technophiles’ two hundred and sixth episode.

This Friday David, Shawn and Tina talk about early tests of a ‘Dropship’ Quadcopter designed to land rovers on Mars. They also discuss the news that over one million Chromebooks were sold to schools last quarter. It’s time to get curious because this is Technophiles’ two hundred and fourth episode.

Episode 200 of the Technophiles Podcast is here and David, Shawn and TinaNissan NV200, to projects Tango and Ara get ready for Technophiles’ two-hundredth episode!

This Tuesday David chats with Shawn and Tina about ‘phase two’ of LeVar Burton’s Reading Rainbow app as well as Google’s very first self driving car that has been built from the ground up! I can fly twice as high because this is Technophile’s one hundred and ninety fifth episode.

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This week Shawn tackles the new SpaceX Dragon V2, a new super capacitor that could reshape electronics (there’s a pun in there, you’ll get it when you watch the video), Google’s new Self Driving Car, a wrist mounted flame thrower, and the robotic future of jobs that’s not so future anymore. This is the 14th episode of the Technophiles Newscast! EP114

This Friday David, Shawn & Tina talk about the possibility of an ‘iHome’ as well as accessing your google maps history. Somebody tweet Eric Colley because this is Technophile’s one hundred and ninety fourth episode.

This Friday David, Shawn & Tina’s talk about MIT’s vibrating “Super Shoes” as well as Google+’s new role in the ever expanding Google-verse. Get ready for some gargalesis because this is Technophiles’ one hundred and ninetieth episode.

A collection of moving, emotional, and inspiring songs performed during the breaks of the Technophiles Podcast. Simply, beautiful. Never before has one project so aptly captured the hearts and minds of the globe.

“David has done it again! I was moved to tears.” – D. Geisler
“Who is this David and why is he so amazing?” – Anonymous