Episode 40! How time flies! The big news this week decidedly comes from Google. They unveiled their new Nexus Tablet, the Nexus Q, Google Play improvements, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, a Google Glass demo, Google+ events and Hangout integration.
We also talk about Microsoft buying Yammer, why the decided to make Magnesium cases, their rural broadband plan, and how they’ve offended OEMs like HP.
We also fit in news about Yelp check-ins on the iPhone, Woz’s support of Kim DotCom, Apple’s re-phrasing of there virus immunity, their new (horrible) podcasting app, Steve Job’s win against Flash, and Bob Mansfield retiring from Apple.
Finally, we finish with our weekly RIM update. It seems the mainstream media has picked up on their impending doom. Welcome to the party.
- Yelp Check-ins Coming to iPhone Maps App
- Microsoft to Acquire Yammer
- Woz supports Kim DotCom
- Apple Quietly Pulls Claims of Virus Immunity
- Supply of aluminum cases sucked dry & In fact, it may well be the entire reason Surface exists
- New podcasting app!
- Google unveils the new Nexus Tablet
- Google Announces the new Nexus Q
- Google, Microsoft and 500 universities want to bring mobile broadband to rural communities
- Google Play: 600K Apps, 1.5B Installs Per Month, 20B Total, Now With Byte-Sized Smart App Updates
- Project Glass Is The Future Of Google
- Game, Set, Match. Steve Jobs wins
- What’s New in Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
- More Details on the Nexus Q
- Om Malik on Google Pissing Everybody Off
- Google to merge Hangouts, Talk & Messenger
- Google Wins The Internet With A Live Skydiving Demo Of Google Glass
- Bob Mansfield Retires from Apple
- The mainstream media seemed to finally take notice: RIM is in shambles
- Microsoft Offends OEMs With Surface, HP Refusing To Build Windows ARM Devices