6th anniversary of the podcast is upon us! I started this show back in 2007 – named “The Show”. Fourth pair of Google Glass is going back to Google. This time, the camera died. I talk about it on TWIGG. My EmpireAvenue account is at 112 but more interesting is the numbers watching and listening […]
Siri is Apple’s new smartphone assistant. People loved it, now their complaining, but for the wrong reason. Jeffrey talks what they should be concerned about
We look at the Apple event and if Tim Cook did a good job in showing off the iPhone 4S.
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www.thegeeksmack.com – Another episode, another group of changes. Last week’s sound wasn’t quite up to par. I have adjusted some microphones and hope it to sound a lot better. Cool news as I just got the Google Music Beta invite and YouTube is increasing ad share! The Techpodcasts group has created a document to find out who our […]
www.thegeeksmack.com – The summer is hot and the news is not much. I think it’s all these people playing with Google+. Nonetheless, we will take you through the tech and geek news like it was a powerful news day. BTW – Don’t forget to take my small survey and let me know! Geek Smack Sponsor board! Tech Assitance […]
Ultimately, wires will be involved with your wireless devices. Bloomberg reports Time-Warner wants to provide some of them: Time Warner Cable Inc., the biggest pay-television provider in New York City, is pitching phone companies including AT&T and Verizon Wireless on a service that uses its underground cables to carry mobile calls and Web downloads — […]
AT&T has dropped its lawsuit against Verizon’s ad campaign which compares AT&T’s 3G network unfavorably with Verizon’s. This was in response to a judge’s ruling that said, according to Bloomberg (linked above), when stripped of the legalese, that AT&T didn’t have a prayer of winning: AT&T filed a notice of dismissal today in federal court […]
Reuters reports that Dell is working on an Android phone for the U. S. market to be distributed by AT&T. (They credit the Wall Street Journal with breaking the story.) Smartphones . . . have exploded onto the corporate and consumer market as users increasingly access information and entertainment on the go. Worldwide factory shipments […]
There is an iPhone Challenger, if not an iPhone Killer. From Reuters. Full story here. Research in Motion Ltd’s BlackBerry Curve moved past Apple Inc’s iPhone in the first quarter to become the best-selling consumer smartphone in the U.S., research group NPD said on Monday. RIM, which already dominates the corporate smartphone market in the […]