WebOS is dead. Long live webOS. Meanwhile, Google buys Motorola and we ask, is Apple afraid of Android if they had to resort in faking evidence? All that and more on this week’s edition of TECHGEEK Weekly.
Stewart is away, again, so Terence has been roped in to manage the unruly other members – namely Tom and Chris. Oh, and did we mention that it’s about an hour long? No? But still go ahead and listen, as essentially we go from webOS to Android in one easy argument.
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By the way, I do apologise for some of the stuttering. Blame Tom. Tom and his crappy internet connection.
The Top Stories
Tangent: techgeek.com.au’s WebOS application. Yes, you heard that right.
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Symbian Anna is out! Nokia has finally pushed out its much awaited update featuring a user interface with new icons, and some other improvements. Other changes include some new features on Nokia Maps and a brand new web browser. It will only be available for the Nokia N8, C8, C6-01, E7.
Microsoft Reader is dead. The company has decided to axe the product and will no longer be available for download after August 30, 2012. The eBook reader wasn’t as popular back then and isn’t popular with Amazon’s Kindle and Apple’s iBookstore.
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Evernote has bought Skitch, the Mac OS X image editing application and service. All services will be continued and expanded and Evernote will make the full application available for free for all users.
Users in the German state of Scleswig-Holstein will now have up to the end of September to remove the Facebook like button from their fan sites or face a fine of 50,000 euros. This is because the state believes that this is illegally sending data to Facebook. Um, no…