Leo Laporte and Fr. Robert Ballecer talk about Pokemon GO servers and scaling issues. Dave Rauchwerk, CEO of C.H.I.P., shows us his new product, the PocketCHIP, a $50 Linux computer that you can fit in your pocket. We answer a "Call for Help" question about integrating a Raspberry Pi into an audio amp. Jason Howell reviews the Bose SoundLink Mini II. Ezra Spier from Other Machine Co. brings their desktop CNC and printed circuit board milling machine. Bryan Burnett explains how to factory reset your Android phone. And Megan Morrone shows us IMZY, a new community where people pay each other to be nice.
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- Pokémon: Scaling to Catch Them All
- Pokémon Go uses little data, but it's still a big drag on mobile networks
- Niantic fixing Pokémon GO server problems that irk users and change community conduct
- PocketCHIP - 1000's of free games with built-in game making tools and it fits in Your Pocket.
- Pockulus CHIIP
- The Connected Home: Raspberry Pi Radio Time Machine
- OSMC is a free and open source media center built for the people, by the people.
- Other Machine Co.
- RAVPower FileHub, WiFi Bridge, SD Card USB Reader, 3000mAh External Battery,White