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The Mac Observers Weekly Roundup




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TMO presents the Weekly Roundup Podcast, your source for the top headlines in Mac and iPod news. Each week The Mac Observers Ricky Spero covers the territory, paints the picture, and fills in the gaps. Its like stealing notes after you missed the meeting. Or maybe five meetings. Consecutively.
Recent Episodes for The Mac Observers Weekly Ro...
DATE: Fri, 01 Oct 2010
SIZE: 49.8 MB
ACM 179: Eric Schmidt on Google/Apple & RIMís PlayBook

In this episode of The Apple Context Machine, Jeff and Bryan talk about Eric Schmidt defining his company by describing Apple, the future of Web apps, and Research In Motion’s PlayBook.

DATE: Thu, 23 Sep 2010
SIZE: 61.4 MB
ACM 178: iAd, Cell Phone Wars, & Ping

Yahoo! is sure Apple’s iAd program is doomed to fail, Europe’s cell service providers are tired of Apple and Google horning in on their territory, and Apple has a new music social network.

DATE: Wed, 01 Sep 2010
SIZE: 11.9 MB
ACM 177: Jailbreaking, iPhone Death Knell & iPad Productivity

China Unicom is in the jailbreaking business, Bryan has some new Apple Death Knell fodder, and one of our listeners calls us to task over our take on the iPad.

DATE: Tue, 24 Aug 2010
SIZE: 49.1 MB
ACM 176: Mini iPads, the RIAA, Asustek Sales Woes

The rumor mill says Apple is working on a mini iPad, the RIAA thinks you need to listen to FM radio on your iPhone, and Asustek blames Apple’s iPad for its slow netbook sales.

DATE: Sun, 01 Aug 2010
SIZE: 52.4 MB
ACM 175: Steve Ballmer, New Macs, & Revolutionary Mac OS X 10.7 Feature

In this installment of The Apple Context Machine podcast, Jeff and Bryan talk about Steve Ballmer wanting to compete with the iPad, Apple’s new Mac lineup, and the revolutionary new feature in Mac OS X 10.7 hinted at in an Apple job posting.

DATE: Wed, 28 Jul 2010
SIZE: 60.8 MB
ACM 174: Indiaís Tablet, iPhone 4 Overview

In this special edition of the Apple Context Machine we take a look at India’s $35 tablet computer and offer our bird’s eye view of Apple’s iPhone 4.

DATE: Thu, 01 Jul 2010
SIZE: 59.3 MB
ACM 173: iPhone Sales, Summer Camp, Hulu Plus & the Porn Industry

iPhone 4 sales have already topped 1.7 million, Hulu is launching an iPad subscription service, Steve Jobs is going to summer camp, and the porn industry delt Flash a blow.

DATE: Wed, 30 Jun 2010
SIZE: 65.1 MB
ACM 172: Jeff & Bryan Take a Special Look at the iPhone 4

Jeff and Bryan dive into the iPhone 4 launch, weekend sales, features and issues in a special Apple Context Machine.

DATE: Tue, 01 Jun 2010
SIZE: 45.4 MB
ACM 171: iPad Sales, Appleís Market Cap & Networks Resisting the iPad

iPad sales topped the two million mark in less than 60 days, Apple’s market cap is bigger than Microsoft’s, and several TV networks aren’t exactly excited about streaming shows to the iPad.

DATE: Thu, 27 May 2010
SIZE: 50.9 MB
ACM 170: Ebook Readers, Google as Savior, & Dellís Streak

In this episode of The Apple Context Machine: A new study says iPad owners are reading more, Google made Android to save us from Apple, and Dell is streaking into the tablet market.

DATE: Wed, 19 May 2010
SIZE: 49.9 MB
ACM 169: iPhone Warrants, Flash & iPad Bling

The search warrant in the case of the stolen iPhone prototype was opened to the public, Adobe’s founders are a little cranky over Apple’s stance on Flash, Steve Jobs went on the defensive over App Store control, Verizon thinks it can build an iPad competitor, and one man figured out how to make an iPad worth $187,000.

DATE: Sat, 01 May 2010
SIZE: 38.5 MB
ACM 168: Apple, Adobe, Microsoft, Flash, HTC, & the iPad in Vertical Markets

In this episode of The Apple Context Machine Podcast, Jeff and Bryan talk about the ongoing feud between Apple and Adobe concerning Flash, Microsoft licensing its patents to HTC, and the iPad in vertical markets.

DATE: Fri, 02 Apr 2010
SIZE: 46.4 MB
ACM 167: Pre-iPad Launch Mega Extravagant Extravaganza

In this special edition of the Apple Context Machine we take a look at what’s in store when you get your iPad this Saturday, including what accessories you might be interested in depending on how you plan to use your brand new magical and revolutionary tablet.

DATE: Wed, 31 Mar 2010
SIZE: 54.1 MB
ACM 166: Steve Jobsís Health, Mac Security & iPad Book Prices

Former Apple board member Jerome York wasn’t happy with Steve Jobs hiding his health issues, and Pwn2Own hacking contest winner Charlie Miller plans to share the Safari security flaws he found with the company. Random House is looking for better iPad book pricing, and Mac OS X just turned 9.

DATE: Sun, 21 Mar 2010
SIZE: 36.2 MB
ACM 165: Jerome York, the iPad and Media, iCon, & Bryan on the Road

Apple board director Jerome York passed away, Rupert Murdoch sees the iPad as the future of media delivery, Fake Steve Jobs creator Dan Lyons is working on a Silicon Valley sitcom, and Bryan dials in from the road.

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One of the best Mac podcast

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