And we’re back with something new. Thanks to Stewart, we are getting back into the podcast game, though we are going to do this monthly. Yeah, I know, a monthly podcast. Basically that would mean that we would basically catch you up with an entire month’s worth of news in a 30 or so minute show, and thanks to Stewart’s wonderful (or infamous) editing skills, we did just that.
The episode basically covers CES and the first few day’s of news; and this was recorded a week before the Google incident – but we’ll cover it on the next episode, hopefully. See you in February!
Warning: the following episode has a sample rate of 16Khz – blame Stewart or Audacity for the encoding, we hope to fix that in later episodes… hopefully. Show notes after the jump.
Episode 1 – We’re Back
Google Reveals the Nexus One
Vodafone Aus. confirms Nexus One is coming (to them)
Seesmic acquires Ping.FM
Microsoft dumps upgrades, trims retail editions of Office 2010
Tablet: Apple snubs Intel, may have huge learning curve
Japanese PM starts tweeting, opens blog
Palm releases Pre and Pixi for Verizon, adds Plus to its name
Live: Microsoft Keynote
Xbox 360 to go back in time with Game Room
Alienware launches 11-inch gaming laptop
Sony brings out SD memory cards… wait, what?
Lenovo IdeaPad U1 Hybrid makes a kaptop into a detachable tablet
Plastic Logic brings out QUE
Intel announce WiDi HD
Skype Video Goes HD!
Sony completes with Flip with the “Bloggie”
Confirmed: HP to make Windows Slate PC
Dell brings out tablet concept
Lady Gaga, Dr. Dre help Bono with new headphones
Sean “Diddy” Combs, Dr. Dre to sell overpriced earphones