Ooma Interview, Lockheed Martin F-16, Windows Chip Block, New Google Earth

First Segment: Ooma. Brian Jaquet, Director of PR.

Since the beginning, Ooma has been committed to transforming the landscape of home phone service. We took into account everything that was wrong with home phone service today (too pricey, limited features, inflexible) and made it our mission to reinvent it. At the center of our efforts is the Ooma Telo, a highly sophisticated computer that when connected to Ooma’s cloud-based smart platform delivers free calling with extremely high quality, advanced features, and connected services that turn an ordinary phone to a smart phone for your home.

Second Segment: Computer and Technology News

Computer America is dedicated to making sure you are kept up to snuff on the latest technology news! Find stories today including:

Lockheed Martin F-16

In what will probably go down as one of the most expensive drones ever, Lockheed Martin creates a self-guided F-16.

Kim Dotcom Wants To Take It To The Top

The epic saga of Kim Dotcom continues as he wants to take his arguments to the supreme court over the seizure of his $75mil.

New Google Earth

Google Earth has been a staple for bored people around the world. And new it’s getting a make over. Google is relaunching the service.

Windows Chip Block

Windows is no longer updating, and will be unsupported of newer models of processors by Intel. The hardware will not recognize and will not be compatible with old versions of Windows.

And more! For full show notes, head on over to ComputerAmerica.com!