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TECHGEEK Weekly is your weekly dose of tech news, opinion and commentary mixed in with humour and tangents of our editors. Join the editors in discussing the tech news of the week, among the other stuff. Released every Monday.
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May 19, 2013
Google I/O is finally here; Yahoo might be buying Tumblr (and if not, possibly Facebook or Microsoft); and we find out that this podcast is very therapeutic – apparently. All this and more on TECHGEEK Weekly. Joining Terence and Chris is Jason Murray, coming over from the land of Ausdroid to talk about Google I/O. This was recorded earlier today, mainly because of Eurovision. Note: Feed listeners will get the shortened version. The player below will play the extended version. Also, apologies for the crackling in some bits. Blame the free MP3 Skype recorder. – Terence DOWNLOAD MP3 DOWNLOAD MP3 (Extended Edition) SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS Show Notes Stories Google I/O – Game Services API Google I/O – Google Play Music All Access Google I/O – Google+ 41 new features Google I/O – Google Maps redesign Google I/O – Galaxy S4 with no TouchWiz Yahoo eyes Tumblr, but will it acquire it Yahoo considering Tumblr bid of $1.1 billion Tumblr not impressed, could reject bid for being too low Microsoft, Facebook could spark bidding war Nokia Lumia 925 – a “new take” with bigger battery, better camera and new body BlackBerry Q5
Feb. 24, 2013
HTC reveals the One – with some Ultrapixels; Sony comes out with the Playstation 4; and Twitter’s new rules screws over another app developer. All this and more on this edition’s TECHGEEK Weekly. Joining Terence Huynh and Chris Southcott is assistant editor Jason Murray from Ausdroid to help them talk all about Android. Stewart, on the other hand, is off somewhere – probably getting lost on the roads. Don’t forget to listen and subscribe. I highly suggest the Extended Edition – more discussion and you find out more about Chris’ Veer. DOWNLOAD MP3 DOWNLOAD EXTENDED EDITION MP3 SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS Video Show Notes Please note: all the stories listed here are in order from the Extended Edition. The shortened version will have these stories missing. HTC reveals the One: 4.7-inch 1080p display with “UltraPixel” camera; coming to Telstra and Optus HTC One – Is HTC’s new flagship any good? Samsung brings out the Galaxy Note 8.0 – 1.6GHz quad-core processor, 3G HSPA+, and it looks horrible Google announces Chromebook Pixel Wings Clipped: Falcon Pro hits Twitter’s User Token limit Sony announces PlayStation 4 PS Vita to get a price cut – both Wi-Fi and 3G models now same price (in Japan) Apple Says It, Too, Was Attacked by Hackers IGN hit with layoffs, 1UP, UGO and GameSpy shutting down Mew-Genics gameplay is unlike anything ever seen before, creator says Telstra adds 900MHz band for its 4G network
Feb. 3, 2013
Twitter gets hacked, BlackBerry 10 finally comes out and what will Sony announce on February 20? All this and more on TECHGEEK Weekly. We also talk about Chris’ new HP Veer (which is broken) and why the 128GB iPad is silly. Joining you today is Stewart Wilson, Terence Huynh and Chris Southcott. This week we are trialing our new TL;DR version. It’s been edited to remove all the rants and tangents to give you the news. You can download the extended version below. DOWNLOAD MP3 (35 minutes, TL;DR Version) DOWNLOAD MP3 (1 hour 30 minutes, Extended Version) SUBSCRIBE via iTunes SUBSCRIBE via RSS Show Notes Click here to view the stories talked about in the podcast (PDF)
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