On this week's Technolatte podcast, the Australian team looks at Chinese hackers for hire, whether consumer companies are grandstanding over their legal stoushes with the NSA, and today's iPhone launch.
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With the shiny new iDevice out this week, the Technolatte podcast looks at all the iPhone news from Australia.
Apple dominated the mobile news category last week with their new iPhone and iPod announcement. Kevin and I discussed the products on the latest MoTR podcast.
In this week's Technolatte podcast, we give you an Australian look at the iPhone 5 announcement, bring you all the coverage from Tech.Ed 2012, and look at fixing holes in iTunes.
Episode 147 of the PowerPage Podcast (Found my iPhone!) is now available from the iTunes Store.
On Episode 145 of the PowerPage Podcast I mentioned a Web site that was selling authentic white iPhone 4 parts, but the site is now down in an apparent crackdown by Apple.
PowerPage Podcast Episode 146 is up. In it we discuss LTE for iPhone, Retina Display for iPad, Apple POS and play "What's on your Mac?"
Episode 145 of the PowerPage Podcast: Mac OS isn't dead, white iPhone parts, $100 off iPad on Black Friday, AT&T Microcell, Twitter 3.2.1 for iPhone and we play "What's on your Mac.
In episode 140 of the PowerPage Podcast Rob and I discuss this week's iPhone 4 jailbreak and unlock, PPUG, 1Password, Dropbox, Pastebot and we play "What's on your Mac."
PowerPage Podcast episode 138 is available for download. In it we discuss the raft of iPhone 4 problems: dropped calls, signal loss, issues with the proximity sensor, ringtones, broken glass and we play "What's on your Mac."
In this week's episode of the PowerPage podcast we riff on the iPhone v. Android debate, WWDC 2010 and the impending iPhone announcement. Also this week: traveling with your Mac and we play "What's on your Mac?"
Episode 133 of the PowerPage Podcast is now available. Where are the Macs at WWDC, iPhone OS 4 and iPad jailbreaks. Plus we play What's on your Mac?
PowerPage Podcast Episode 132, which is mostly about the iPhone 4 leak, has been posted.
Episode 124 of the PowerPage Podcast has been posted. Is the iPad really all that? 27" iMac problems, smartphone smackdown: iPhone v. Nexus One v. Zune Phone and we play "What's on your Mac."
In Episode 119 of the PowerPage Podcast Rob Parker and I discuss the recent spate of Apple tablet rumors, the end of AT&T's iPhone exclusivity, the possibility of an iPhone on Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile, the latest drama from Psystar and a mammoth, holiday edition of "What's on your Mac?"
As I mentioned in my recent iPhone MMS post I appeared with Joel Evans on the latest Geek.com podcast a couple of days ago and now Geek.com podcast #27 is now live for your listening pleasure. As you can see in the show notes list, we spent time talking about Windows Mobile, Android, iPhone, Nokia, and Palm phones as well as ebook readers and other tech.
I was a guest on the Geek.com podcast that my buddy Joel and I recorded this morning. We talked about all things mobile and I mentioned that I had an iPhone 3GS running with my T-Mobile SIM in it and was able to use MMS with the native iPhone text messaging application. Joel thought this was pretty slick and asked if wanted to put together a guest post on the subject and that post is now live on Geek.com.
Episode 116 of the PowerPage Podcast has been posted. This week we discuss Apple testing iPhone MMS in Washington, Apple's September Keynote, no tablet in 2009?
I mentioned a couple of reasons why I like the myTouch 3G predictive keyboard compared to the iPhone keyboard and contacted T-Mobile to try to find out a bit more about what is behind the technology. I met with T-Mobile representatives a couple of weeks ago and mentioned what I heard from them on MOTR podcast 179, but received a few more details that add a lot to the story and I think you will be quite impressed with what is going on here.
Episode 113 of the PowerPage Podcast has been posted. This week we discuss iPhone, 3GS, overheating, shortages, OS 3.
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