This week we discuss the end of Diggnation, the death of the Zune, a viral attack on US drone fleet computers, Facebook releases an iPad app, Adobe reveals incredible new unblur technology, Sony’s Playstation Network is hacked (yet again), and Sprint strikes a $20B iPhone deal with Apple.
Later we discuss the launch of Apple’s iPhone 4S, in-depth (including the launch of iOS 5), and the impact of main streaming in the content ecosphere, including Netflix changes its mind (again), Gen Y’s screen size viewing trends, and Live TV comes to the XBox.
- Andy: iWoz by Steve Wozniak, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Delicious.com
- Dwayne: Excitement about iPhones and iOS 5 and iTunes match and iTunes Movie Trailers and Find a Friend and everything ‘i’ right now!
- Devindra: Game of Thrones!
- Diggnation to End in December
- Microsoft kills the Zune HD (for real this time)
- Exclusive: Computer Virus Hits U.S. Drone Fleet
- Adobe demos incredible unblur feature for Photoshop
- Sony locks down 93K accounts after possible breach
- At Long Last, Facebook Releases an iPad App
- Sprint bets it all on iPhone: Strikes $20B deal with Apple
Audible Book of the Week
Musical Interlude #1
- New Apple iPhone 4S: All the Information
- Take A Look At Siri, The iPhone’s New Voice-Powered Personal Assistant
- Siri Personal Assistant Only Works on the iPhone 4S
- Apple showcases iPhone 4S camera with high-resolution sample photos
- Apple refreshes iPod touch: Now in white, 8GB model dropped to $199, available October 12
- Sell your used iPhone to Apple for $200 – Unlocked 16G 4S is $649.00 and only works on AT&T in US.
- Everything Apple Didn’t Talk About Today
- The iPhone 5 Failboard: How Everyone Got It Wrong
- iPhone 4S Pre-Orders Top One Million in First 24 Hours
- iOS 5 available now, makes the iPhone 4 feel completely new
Musical Interlude #2
“Main Streaming” – The impact network delivered content is REAL
- DVDs will stay at Netflix. Qwikster is dead
- Gen Y Embraces Smaller Screens for TV and Online Video Viewing
- Xbox 360 Teams Up With Entertainment Leaders to Transform TV