Geek Smack! 202: iPhone5… er… 4S?


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Geek Smack! Tech News:

Rhapsody Acquiring Napster
-Could be a win – win – win with Best Buy keeping a small portion.
Goodbye, Zune
– Hardware is dead, but the software lives on.
Fusion ioDrive2 Duo Flash Cards
-Server memory just went up to 2.4 TB capacity.
Samsung Woes in Austrailia
– Galaxy Tab not available for the Aussies
Adobe Suite of Touch-based Apps
– Photoshop Touch, Digital Publishing Suite, and Sketchbook Pro will turn your tablet into drawing pads
HTC Security Flaw
-Android Police note a flaw from the customization options
Hotmail Launches War on Inbox
– You mean I don’t need to keep all those spam messages anymore?
Kindle Fire Dilemma
– Yeah, you can sell that Kindle in your store, but then it steals business because they buy everything else from Amazon

Geek Smack Crap for

One of my favorite items this year, the Skeleton Flamingos remind me of the days of Miami Vice. Except dead.
Adding decor to your front yard during October is important. Fake webs are nice, but why not some CREEPY CLOTH to cover gates or fencing.
If you need skeletons to come up from the ground, then try the Sinister Skull

Geek Smack! Geek News:

DIY – Motorized Wheelbarrow
Rats – Rat Eater goes free
Game or Cooking – GamePad Chopping Board
or Book – Top 100 Sci-Fi Novels
Tsunami – Survive the next natural disaster with the TTsunami Survival Pod
QR Code – The Clock that codes your time

Geek Smack! Topic of the Week: Apple Announcement – Post Cards, 4S, iCloud

It was a long g Apple event. The first one for Tim Cook. Although the event wasn’t fast paced, it was full of information. A new Phone, updated iPod nano and touch, new programs and even a FREE iPhone (with contract).

We now can meet up with friends we didn’t know were around, take a picture and send it as a post card, add iCloud, dictate, and talk to your new computer assistant, Siri. You can also get a new phone with “Worldwide  access”. But the 4S is faster and contains the A5 processor.

We get to see a new 64 GB model as the usher in the PC-less era. All on AT&T, Verizon or Sprint. No 4G.

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