PlayStation Network is turned back on in Asia, Windows Phone 7 Mango looks good, we examine the MacBook Air competitor, and is there going to be a PlayStation 4? Wait, what? All this and more on this week’s edition of TECHGEEK Weekly.
We also talk about some TECHGEEK exclusives and the new Google Wallet NFC payment system. Joining Stewart in this episode is Tom Solari and Chris Southcott.
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The Weekly Overview
Dell announces new XPS 15z, thin 15-inch laptop
Video: New Google data center cooled by nothing but seawater
Sony confirms plans for PlayStation 4
In The Loop
It’s official, Apple Store 2.0 is here
Apple Testing an ARM (A5) Powered MacBook Air?
iOS 5 will continue to use Google Maps
iOS 5 to Bring Revamped Notification System and Widgets?
No iOS 5 for iPhone 3GS?
Apple Files Lawsuit Against Teenager Who Sold White iPhone 4 Conversion Kits, Settlement Reached?
Teenager Targeted by Apple in White iPhone 4 Lawsuit Interviewed
Tom’s Stockings (1)
iPad 2s go on sale in Russia to long lines and high prices
GV Mobile+ brings Google Voice to the iPad
HP expands laptop battery recall, doesn’t want you to feel the burn
Google Announces Major Push Into NFC Payments With Google Wallet
Is Google Wallet Really The Future Of Money?
Sony says PlayStation Network will return to Asia, starting tomorrow
HTC officially dissolves locked bootloader policy
Netflix updates Android app, expands device support
Vodafone truck can recharge 2,000 devices at once, is coming to an Isle of Wight near you
Stuck in the past’: investors call for Ballmer’s scalp
Fight breaks out after ‘stolen’ iPhone tracked
Telstra throttles excess mobile data to avoid ‘bill shock’
Windows Phone Mango and Bing Vision hands-on
Windows Phone ‘Mango’ search offers location-specific results, app integration (video)
Minecraft is an Xperia Play Exclusive “for a While”
Minecraft Map Update Launches Tomorrow
Agent for PS3 Still in Development
E3 2011 Preview
Tom’s Stockings (2)
Use Your LEGO Helmet To Listen To Comic Books
TweetDeck and Twitter, together at last
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