Posted July 19, 2010
#28 Lies, Damn Lies, & Statistics

Hosts: Rod Simmons, Chris Ashley, Brent Harman, Robb Dunewood
Recorded: July 18th, 2010
Published: July 19th, 2010
Duration: 1hr 30Min 41Sec


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Apple’s press conference for the iPhone 4 issue

  • Rod says that Steve Jobs had a very condescending tone during the conference
  • Robb goes on the offensive and puts some perspective on Steve’s Blackberry thoughts
  • Brent really dissects Steve’s statistics
  • Chris thinks that Steve

BlackBerry’s was supposed to have the news this week

  • RIM, Nokia, Apple, and Google all bid for Palm
  • Robb says that RIM really dropped the ball here
  • Rod says he likes some of the features he saw in OS6
  • Chris is wondering if RIM is doing too little too late
  • Brent mentions that some of his friends didn’t know there was an app store for their BlackBerries

Verizon sold Out of Droid X online

  • Rod says that he is no longer considering getting this phone
  • Brent explains what the eFuse chip does to the phone
  • Robb says that he wouldn’t be surprised if Verizon put the chip on all of their phones

Microsoft slips some news in this week too

  • Chris mentions that the ‘”Hubs” on windows phone 7 has more functionality than we first thought
  • Rod says that he really likes what he is seeing

Mentioned Links

Demo of coding on iPhone vs. Windows Phone 7

Convert DVD’s for BlackBerry

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Adobe Show / Spider: Bryce Manor HD (iPad)  ( Adobe Flash Mobile Site / iPad Game ) Brent Harman (SimpleMobileReview)

BerryReader / DVDFab ( RSS App /  DVD Ripping Software ) Robb Dunewood (RIMarkable)

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Laura Tsaggaris is a Pittsburgh, PA native, who now calls Washington, DC home. Laura is currently touring and working in support of her second full-length independent recording, Keep Talking. Tsaggaris has delivers a focused collection of songs peppered with hard-won insight. Her unique writing style, electric stage performance, and glowing national press for this new record serve as proof that Laura Tsaggaris has arrived and is here to stay.

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