On this week’s show the team discusses Google’s data security woes, Rupert Murdoch’s digital newsstand failure, the Mac App Store, and self-assembling chips, while the dual-core Samsung NF210 netbook is nominated hot hardware of the week.
On this week’s show the team debate Steve Jobs’ diatribe against Google Android, what the future holds for Microsoft after Ray Ozzie, Mozilla’s planned web apps store and whether the web will last for 500 years. Plus, Barry Collins nominates the Apple TV as this week’s Hot Hardware of the Week.
On this week’s podcast the team discuss Microsoft’s rumoured takeover bid for Adobe, Sir Philip Green’s review of Government IT spending, and the mental health risks of leaving children sat in front of computer screens. Plus, Jonathan Bray bursts into the studio to nominate Samsung’s Windows Phone 7 handset as Hot Hardware of the Week.
This week the team mulls the import of increasing use of the R.I.P act; we bemoan the lack of fast broadband for people living in huge castles in the middle of nowhere; wonder whether internet vigilantes have pulled off a rather clever coup; discover that heat can burn you; and run our eye over a very posh PC in Hot Hardware of the Week.