We’re joined this week by App Camp for Girls founder Jean MacDonald to discuss women in tech, the problem with some conferences, and what it’s like to run a programming camp for teenage girls.
This week, we sit down with uber-geek Brett Terpstra to discuss Markdown, developing for the Mac App Store, the future of development on the Mac and iOS, and how much one person is able to accomplish by sacrificing sleep.
Aereo, the little cable company that could, won a two lawsuits against the big TV networks – Will Fox News finally be taken off the air?
In this week’s episode we discuss what it means to cut the cord, why it’s so difficult, and what the future of television will bring.
“Zero-TV Doesn’t Mean Zero Video” | Nielsen
Facebook’s big announcement brings your identity to your Android phone with Facebook home. Your fearless cohosts invite Kelly Guimont to help dust off our Facebook accounts and see if this is enough to respark our love affair with the socialiest of social networks.
“HTC First with Facebook Home hands-on (video)” | The Verge
Now that the iPhone will soon be on all major (and most) minor carriers, we discuss T-Mobile’s potential resurgence as a major force in the mobile carrier industry. Does its new “un-carrier” plan help or hurt the struggling telecom?
Listen to the the latest episode of inThirty to find out, because according to iTunes, we’re “What’s Hot”.
“Current AT&T iPhone 5 will work on T-Mobile LTE, HSPA+ 21 networks” | Macworld
“T-Mobile finally gets its own 4G LTE network” | TechHive
“T-Mobile’s new iPhone 5 is an unlocked, tweaked AT&T phone” | Ars Technica
“iPhone arrives at T-Mobile on April 12” | Macworld
Did Chaim get into I/O? Did Justin become the new Pope? Did Harry say something nice about non apple anything? Tune in on this week where we talk Google, Google, Google. First we discuss whether Chaim got into I/O. We discuss the problems with Google Wallet, and all the other issues with it. Then we delve into the other announcements of the day. What will happen with Android and Chrome now that Andy Rubin has stepped down. FInally we discuss all the spring cleaning problems Google let out today.
“A second spring of cleaning | Google Blog
“Update from the CEO” | Google Blog
“Powering Down Google Reader” | Google Reader Blog
“Google I/O 2013 Registration Sells Out In 49 Minutes As Users Report Problems Early On Making Payments” | TechCrunch
“Google’s Android chief Andy Rubin steps down” | Reuters
“Chaim at Google I/O” | inThirty Episode 47
“Starbucks Typewriter Guy Is Here to Answer All Your Burning Questions” | Gizmodo (sorry)
“Google to shut down Google Reader, Snapseed for Mac among others” | TUAW
“Picasa Web Albums Are Almost Dead, Now Redirecting Photo Owners To Google+, Too” | TechCrunch