TECHGEEK Weekly 48: Only Two More Episodes To Go

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Apple finally goes into the cloud, Nintendo goes for the most unfortunate name for its new console and the Windows 8 tablet, is it coming? All this and much more on this week’s edition of TECHGEEK Weekly

Hosted by Stewart and Tom, you may be wondering why I am writing this post – despite the fact that I wasn’t on the podcast. Well, you may find that Stewart was lazy to write the post, so I’m left with the writing up of this post – so I really don’t know what’s happening. So you should listen to find out.

Don’t forget to download and subscribe. See you next week. Just two more weeks before episode 50!!


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Show Notes

The Weekly Overview

Rumour Mill: Microsoft launching own Windows 8 tablet?

Spain arrest 3 over PSN breach, identified as Anonymous

BlackBerry PlayBook coming to Australia – 20 June, starts at $579

In The Loop

Mac OS X Lion: 250 new features, $32

iOS 5: New notifications, Twitter integration, Newsstand, New Safari Features

iCloud: Free Music, Calendar, Mail, Contacts, App Sync

One More Thing: iTunes Match

New Apple Campus set to hold 12,000

Tom’s Stockings

iCloud Communications Files Suit Against Apple Over ‘iCloud’ Name

Constrained Supplies Suggest Mac Mini Server and Mac Pro Server Headed for Refresh

Windows XP users will finally need to upgrade to enter the iCloud

E3/Pwnage Playtime

HALO 4 ANNOUNCED – to come out “Holiday 2012″ [updated with trailer]

First Halo game to be remastered for Xbox 360

GALLERY & TRAILER: Halo Anniversary (Xbox 360)

Halo Combat Evolved Anniversary + Halo 4

Xbox 360 to add Live TV, brand new Dashboard UI

Minecraft coming to Xbox Live this Summer

E3 2011: BioShock Infinite (with Gallery)

E3 2011: The Next Generation Portable is now the PlayStation Vita

E3 2011: This is the Nintendo Wii U

RYSE – the game that could get an RC in Australia [TRAILER]

Tom’s Stockings

Redsn0w 0.9.8b1 released for Mac, brings tethered jailbreak to iOS 5

Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Limited Edition gets Android 3.1 update, that much cooler

Bird Electron EP-15V charges your MacBook Air from eight C-type batteries