It feels like the longest episode so far, but it’s apparently not. Yes, the whole team is back… before they left again. However, not before we go through all the week’s Apple stories that managed to take up 15 minutes of the episode. Yes. You heard that. You might as well skip the 15 minutes.
We talk about Skyfire, iBookstores and introduce a new segment called Gadgets.
We are resting the TECHGEEK Tips podcast for a while because we have, in effect, run out of Tips. So do send them in at our new email address: [email protected]
Apple sued for iPhone 3G iOS 4 problems
90-second previews coming to iTunes whether labels like it or not
Apple finally opens iBookstore in Australia
Apple Increases Tablet Share to 95 Percent as Android Slips
iPhone 5 Will Enable Ambitious Remote Computing Program – Source [Exclusive] http://www.cultofmac.com/iphone-5-will-enable-ambitious-remote-computing/66825
Skyfire iOS browser approved by Apple, converts Flash video to HTML5
Skyfire’s iPhone browser ‘sells out’ due to shaky bandwidth
Kinect to sell 5 million before end of year?
We are the controller!’ A Kinect launch party overview
Consumer Reports debunks the ‘racist’ Kinect
Samsung expects to sell a million Galaxy Tabs this year, 40 million smartphones next year
First official HTML5 tests topped by…Microsoft
ACCC launches legal proceedings against MSY over false warranty claims
Facebook users squint at font size change
Shortages Could Hurt Windows Phone 7 Launch In U.S.
Amazon’s 3G Kindle leaps ‘Great Firewall of China’
SOCIAL MEDIA SOBERIETY TEST
ABC signs deal with Yahoo7 for archive content
iOS 4.2 to be released in November, but when?
Mac mini price drops
Europeans wake up an hour late as Apple fails to fix iPhone alarm clock bug
Will you stay with Windows XP? 53% say Yes!
Gucci’s 3D glasses up the ante with $225 fashion tag
Mac Pro Server quietly introduced as Xserve heads for the grave, starts at $3,000
P.S. – We have a new intro. Hope you like it. If you want the full theme, you can download it at 8bitcollective. The song is called Embrace by Neometamon.