Just before Apple’s sold out WWDC conference, Google is going to be holding its developer conference, Google IO 2013. On 15th May 2013, there will be lots of stuff happening including the opening keynote. We’re pleased to announce that you will be able to watch a live video stream of the entire 3-hour keynote live right here on MHFTech.net. They keynote itself will be starting at 9AM pacific time(5PM in the UK), so make sure you’re here for it. We will have the live video feed along with a live blog available very close to the start of the keynote. Until then, watch those skies and back up your data!
Earlier this year, we provided you with full live video coverage of CES 2013 which was provided by the Tech Podcast Network.
Thanks to those awesome folks over at the tech podcast network, we are able to bring you live video coverage of NAB Show 2013. Taking place in Las Vegas in the USA, it’s possibly the largest expo where the major vendors in the broadcasting space will be showing off their wares. If you’re a business or someone who’s interesting in broadcasting and the equipment that broadcasters use, then you will want to tune in. The NAB Show is split into several sectors as follows:
- content creation
- content management
- content commerce
- content distribution and delivery
- content consumption
Starting from Monday 8th we will have the live video feed up and running. Make sure to tune in as it will be a real treat.
Ever since we have started back in July 2011 with episode 1 of the MHF Tech Show, we’ve had one podcast feed in iTunes, tunein radio, stitcher and all the other places. Additionally, we have done various episodes of MHF How-Tos, The MHF Judgement room and our other shows and kept them in one feed.
However, we have made a decision that we are going to now split all six of our shows out into separate feeds. Therefore, you will have feeds for all of the shows as follows:
- The MHF Tech Show(our main show)
- MHF How-Tos (our tutorial show)
- The MHF Games Room (our gaming show)
- MHF Specials
- The MHF Enterprise Show (our enterprise tech show)
- The MHF Judgement Room(our product review show)
This will allow you to subscribe to the show that you want to listen to. All six of these feeds will be up soon. Of course, we will have them in iTunes, Miro, Stitcher, DoubleTwist, XBox Podcasts and TuneIn Radio to name but a few so stay tuned for more info. Whenever we launch a new show we will also create a new audio only feed and a video feed for it.
Of course, we will be launching video versions of our shows very soon so we will also have video podcast(vidcast) feeds up for the above shows very soon. Until our next update, watch those skies and backup your data.
Update: As for the feed we currently provide, it will still be available but it will be a place where you can get all of the shows in one feed.
As you know, we have a few ways for you to interact with us. As of very recently, we’re please to announce that we also have a Google Plus community. Visit Gplus.to/mhftech. It’s free and easy to join our Google Plus community and we hope to see you there.
As some of you already know, we are really excited to bring you the video versions of our shows really soon. However, we want to make sure that we bring you a production that you will enjoy. That is why we have decided to delay the release of our first video episode until late March. We will hopefully have the feed in iTunes, and Miro shortly afterwards.
We also noted that we were going to be changing our podcast/RSS feed for the audio version very soon. With regards to this, this change will be taking place in the next two weeks.
Yes we’re giving away 1 copy of Apple’s Final Cut Pro 7 worth over 1000 pounds to one of our lucky listeners . Best of all, this is an international giveaway so this is open to anyone in the world. All you have to do is answer the question below and send you answer with your name and address to email@example.com before the 28th February 2013 .
Q. Who is the Father of the Amiga is it…
A. Jack Trameil
B. Jay Miner
C. Irvin Gould
Good Luck !
We are going to be taking a break for the next three or four. This means that we’re not going to be posting any new episodes of our shows for the next three or four weeks. We are not going away for good, but we’re using this time to prepare for something really awesome. What is this awesome thing?
As we’ve previously announced, we’re going to be launching the video version of our podcast and this time it’s really happening. I can confirm that the video versions of our shows will be available starting from February. Of course, the audio versions of our shows will still be available.
Speaking of the audio version we’re also going to be changing the podcast feed for the audio version in 3 weeks time. You might have to re-subscribe to our podcast but everything will still work as normal.
Not only are we on facebook and twitter but we’re now on Google Plus. You can join our Google + community. There are no restrictions as to who can join and it’s completely open to everyone.
We look forward to the launch of our video podcast feed. Until then, watch those skies and backup your data!
As we have previously announced, we are going to be carrying the Tech Podcast Network’s CES 2013 live video stream. We also said to stay tuned for further updates regarding this live stream and we can now give you an update with regards to how things will work.
First of all we will put the live video stream on our home page(MHFTech.net). This live stream stream will have no pre-roll adverts showing when you load the stream or any kind of clickable ads. All you will see is the live video feed that we will be providing to you.
Alongside the live video, we will have the Tech Podcast Network chatroom beneath the video on this site. You can go in there and chat with other tech enthusiasts as the events unfold.
Not only that but you will also be able to view the live blog. All of this will be going live on Monday 7th January 2013.
As you know 2013 is just around the corner and one of the things big events that will be going down during January 2013 is the consumer electronics show(CES). All of the big tech companies including Panasonic, Sharp and Sony to name a few will be there to show off their wares for 2013 and beyond. It’s probably our favourite expo of the year as we get to see some really cool gadgets as well.
As some of you already know, our podcast is a member of the Tech Podcast Network(TPN) which has a whole bunch of awesome technology shows like ours. Thanks to the folks at TPN we’re going to bring you live video coverage of CES 2013 on this very website. Seven of our sister shows on TPN will be bringing you 45 hours of wall-to-wall live video coverage from the show floor. We will have more information including how to watch the live video feed so stay tuned.
In every episode of the shows, we encourage you to contact us via email. However, we’re pleased to announce that we’re now accepting your feedback, comments and questions using the comments portion of every post. At the bottom of the post for each episode, there’s a comment section. You will be able to log in using your FaceBook, Twitter or Google+ account(your GMail account). Alternatively, you will be able to create a Disqus account and post a comment as well.