The Budget reveals some interesting facts, HP calls its new laptops a Sleekbook – but don’t call it an Ultrabook, and Chris tells us a story on not how to ride a bike. All this and more on TECHGEEK Weekly.
Join Terence, Tom and Chris as they recap the big, interesting and often little tidbits of this week’s news in tech.
Happy Mother’s Day, and don’t forget to listen and subscribe!
Minecraft for Xbox 360
The Google+ iOS app has received a rather comprehensive update. Well, total redesign. The app now looks quite nice, though I’m only speaking from the screenshots in the attached article. I’m not too sure whether this will increase the usage of the currently failing social network, but it certainly looks good!
If you use Windows Phone, Twitter for Mobile web app has been updated. Sad news is that it is the one for feature phone, not smartphones. This version only has the basic essentials, rather than pull to refresh among other ‘advanced’ desktop features. Though, probably no one uses the official apps anymore since there are more better ones out there.
Security researcher David Emry is warning users of OS X’s FileVault encryption software that a new update that came with Mac OS X Lion 10.7.3 is logging user passwords in a plain-text debug file. FileVault 2 is unaffected, and changing your passwords is useless right now until Apple fixes the bug.