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inThirty 154 – App Stores

We bring Kelly Guimont in to help us discuss app stores, and their success, but more problems. Should it be this difficult to find apps, or should the respective app stores do something about it?

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inThirty 150 – Ingress for iOS

Ingress for iOS just came out, and I wanted to offer a primer for those who may not understand. The game isn’t difficult, but overwhelming at first. I’ve recruited Darren Yung, to help discuss the game. The goal is to get you to understand the game in the thirty minutes we have. We tried to provide the best mix of backstory, game play, and challenges, but there is too much.

I suggest you watch for some screen shots.

Show Notes:
Ingress | Play
Ingress | App Store
ChaimTime | Ingress, The Best Game You’ve Never Played
Decode Ingress

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inThirty 144 – WWDC Recap

Obviously we talk about what happened at WWDC. We bring in Drew Pitchford again to help us analyze the developer side of WWDC.

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Security 20 – Goto Fails Us Again

We talk about what everyone in the tech universe is talking about. What is this Apple iOS bug that is causing all this panic? Well Tom breaks it down for us. It is a nasty error, but not as nasty as initially thought. It is still cause for concern, and everyone with an apple product should be looking to update as soon as possible

Show Notes
Imperial Violet | https://www.imperialviolet.org/2014/02/22/applebug.html
GotoFail.com

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Security 12 – [Explicit] NSA Gets the iOS7 Treatment (Part 3 of Many)

We had a great show for you, but once again, news that couldn’t wait popped up. Once again we talk about what is going on with the NSA revelations. The big news is that iOS devices could potentially have malware that sends the data back to Utah. While only a physical attack, remote attacks ‘are coming soon.’

Next, your new laptop may have been intercepted by the NSA while in transit. Hardware modifications to send back data could have been installed.

Finally, we don’t know what is safe anymore. ¬†We do know that most devices have some sort of back door.

Show Notes:
iPhone Access | Daily Dot
Laptop Hijacking | The Verge
NSA Back Doors | Der Spiegel