We are obviously talking about I/O. Watch out for a thrown together show as Chaim is in California recording in the hotel room with a baby on his lap.
Just like pre WWDC, we talk about what is going to happen at Google I/O. Also like our pre WWDC, we couldn’t contain the show to just half hour. Instead of taking notes, we just winged it. You got thirty minutes of us trying to figure out what I/O is going to be this year.
This is the post show where we discuss all the mistakes that mainly Chaim said throughout the show. We are joined by Michael Degusta, and Kelly Guimont
We took “Breakfast with Sundar Pichai,” and finally digested it. We present with you with the inThirty nightcap. Which of the big three announcements is the most important. Is a Nexus 7 worth it. Is Chaim’s assessment that Android OS is now taking a backseat.
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
What happens when announcements don’t have that wow factor? Even big companies suffer from boring announcements or botched product launches. In this week’s episode we talk about two announcements that should have been larger than life, but fell on pretty much deaf ears.
[Editor’s Note] – Sorry for the delay. We will try to be more proactive about getting episodes out on time.
You can always watch us live on YouTube, Wednesday’s at 9pm
“Sony announces the PlayStation 4, launching at the end of 2013” | The Verge
“Sony confirms that the PlayStation 4 won’t play PS3 games natively” | The Verge
“Sony adds instant ‘remote play’ of PlayStation 4 games on PS Vita” | The Verge
“Sony’s PlayStation 4 will use Gaikai game streaming technology” | The Verge
“Sony PlayStation 4 games can be played while they are downloading” | The Verge
Chromebook Pixel | Google Play Store
“HTC One unveiled” | Engadget
Retina MacBook Pro | Apple.com
Apple’s Transition to Intel Processors | Wikipedia