Somewhere tech companies didn’t get the memo that the holidays were a time of peace and love because spats are breaking out all over. Twitter, Instagram and Flickr ratchet up the mobile photo fight. And Apple fends off attacks on multiple fronts.
On this week’s show we examine the fascinating and frightening idea of live tweeting military action and then move on to less serious matters to get all Google-y about TV, Nexus 4 and Chrome OS.
How did different media perform on election night? How many screens did you use? We talk about the political coverage as well as AT&T ditching its old copper networks and whether the iPad mini is the truest iPad experience.
In this week’s episode, we look at the Hurricane Sandy’s impact on social media and the damage caused to the web’s infrastructure as well as the big changes that happened in Apple’s executive ranks.
This week on the podcast: We tell you what you need to know about Windows 8 (and Surface), dive deep into the topic of disruption and round out the show with a rundown of all the big earnings news.
On this week’s show we talk about the trouble with those pesky patent trolls, take a look at how buying a bunch of hard drives got BackBlaze banned from Costco, and how Apple’s Passbook could change the way you enjoy America’s pastime.
On this week’s podcast: Kevin Fitchard says T-Metro is kinda crazy, Stacey Higginbotham breaks down the problems with broadband caps, and Om Malik discusses Steve Jobs’ lingering shadow over Apple, one year after his passing.
Apple Maps keeps going off course, we come clean about dirty data centers and Tesla supercharges while slowing down. All this and a sincere REO Speedwagon jam from Blackberry on this week’s episode of the Commutist podcast.
Apple announced its iPhone 5 this week, along with a bevy of other news. Om Malik stops by the podcast to share his big takeaways from the event, and Kevin Fitchard joins in to explain everything you ever wanted to know about LTE.
Today we’re launching our first weekly podcast. The Commutist gives you all the tech news and analysis you need to know during your morning commute into work. This episode is all about Amazon’s new Kindle lineup — and whether they’re worth all the hype.