After two episodes that revolved around the iPhone last week it’s certainly nice to spend some time talking about delectable frozen treats…wait, is that Chaim saying that Android releases are named by desserts in ascending alphabetical order?
This week we discuss the new features Android has to offer and trends in mobile operating system development. Chaim feels pushed towards a hardware upgrade, but will he drop his current Droid for a Galaxy far, far away? Do you think he’ll ever get face recognition unlocking to work? What do desserts have to do with robots and galaxies? Listen to find out.
10 Coolest Android Ice Cream Sandwich Features | PCMag.com
A Quick Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Feature Rundown | TechCrunch
Android Ice Cream Sandwich versus iOS 5: Killer features | CNet
In The Plex: How Google Thinks, Works, and Shapes Our Lives by Steven Levy | Amazon
How does the iPhone 4S camera stack-up against other cameras? | Campl.us
Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich Official Presentation and Demo | YouTube
The cornerstone of Apple’s push towards iOS 5 is iCloud and we decided it deserves a 30 minute block of it’s own.
Are sync services central to digital devices going forward? How does Apple’s method compare to Google’s?
We also discuss what really happens when all of those 8 megapixel pictures from new iPhone 4Ss make there way into Photo Stream and dispel the myth that Pixar’s best digital artists actually touch up any blemishes they find.
Again, thanks to Kelly Guimont for joining us.
It’s been nearly a week so each of us has had a chance to use each and every one of the 200+ new features, and with the help of the inimitable Kelly Guimont of TUAW and Angry Mac Bastards fame, we get to make sense of them. Siri also gives hosting a try, but she’s no match for Kelly.
Thanks (thank you and thank you) to Kelly Guimont for joining us.
I want nothing besides my keyboard, monitor, and a billion bits between me and buying a gadget, but sometimes, I admit, it’s best to burn some gas to get the next best thing.
On this episode of inThirty we discuss brick and mortar retailers and the impact salespeople have on the buying experience, especially when you’re trying to buy the Samsung Galaxy Nexus 31, or something.
“Please Sell Me Something…Please” – ChaimTime.com
“Sell Me Something Good” – Curious Rat
Apple Keynotes, these are what inThirty podcasts are made for. We talk iPhone, and only iPhone, (please ignore the intro) for 30 minutes and decide whether the keynote was a blockbuster or a bust.
Apple iPhone 4S – Apple Website
Apple Fall 2011 Event Keynote – Apple Website