Podcast Episode 104: Alien Abduction and the Missing iPad 2. We may still be searching for missing Malaysian Flight 370, but don't forget iPad 2's went missing this week as well.
Fear not. T-GAAP hosts Mark, Karl and Werner have all the important Apple News & Analysis in this week's podcast:
Episode 102: Heads Up (Beep Beep) Fire In The Nest. Wow, are you in for a real treat. 35 minutes of hilarity coupled with need-to-know information make this podcast a must. On this episode you'll learn about:
- The difference between Russell Johnson (the Professor on Gilligan’s Island), Russell Wilson (NFL Quarterback), Russell Westbrook (NBA Superstar) and Karl Johnson (T-GAAP Co-Founder)
- China Mobile Launches in China: Mobs for iPhone. What does Gene “no lines” Munster have to say about this?
- Google Buys Nest for $3.2 billion: How intrusive can this become?
- Android vs iPhone: NPD - Apple 42% in US - Samsung 25%.
- Who is Microsoft’s next CEO? Jay Leno is available? So is Russell Johnson… so is Ron Johnson.
- iOS 7.1 to get revamped look and feel. Duller icons, rounded icons, etc…
- Is Apple bringing an A8 dual/quad core laptop to market? iOS with Finder?
All this and much, much more in Episode 102: Heads Up (Beep Beep) Fire In The Nest
Episode 100: An iPhone, Ron Burgundy and a Dodge Durango! Bored with the same-o, same-o? Need something new to listen to? Can't sleep? Need to stay awake? Well, you're in luck! Episode 100 has it all for you in less than an hour! On our big 100 show you'll hear:
Episode 99b: One Microsoft, One Strategy, One Bad Earnings Report. Mark, Karl and Werner analyze Apple competitors Microsoft and Google, Then they pull out the crystal ball to figure out what Apple will launch this fall. It’s 57 minutes of entertaining fun for the entire family (and especially for tech geeks). Click, listen, learn, repeat with Episode 99b: One Microsoft, One Strategy, One Bad Earnings Report.
Apple has not yet indicated, nor posted any feed for live streaming of their 2013 World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC). For those of you wondering where the best place to find a home grown stream from those in attendance, we have a few suggestions for you. Below are several outlets that will be broadcasting the WWDC conference live:
- San Jose Mercury News
T-GAAP will also be providing updates and analysis on Monday, along with a timely podcast Monday evening. Conversation is likely to run the gamut after the conference, as the latest banners show an amazingly thin font type coming to OS X and iOS 7. While iOS devices already boast retina displays, does the thin font type for OS X hint that the entire Mac lineup will also be gaining retina displays?
Episode 98: Long Distance Dedication. Mark, Karl and Werner analyze Apple’s latest financial report; discuss the WWDC 2013 invitation logo and what will most likely be at the show; whether or not Apple will make a move a majority its operation from Cupertino, CA or Austin, TX; and the introduction of T-GAAP’s advice column. All this and much, much more in Episode 98: Long Distance Dedication.
Episode 97: Google, You’ve Been Forked. Mark, Karl and Werner unwind the myth that has driven Apple's stock below 400, decide whether Marissa Mayer has a clue, discuss what Google is going to do about their Android OS getting forked, the state of the PeeCee, a quick review of iSteve and what will happen at WWDC13. All this and much, much more in Episode 97: Google, You've Been Forked.
Episode 96, I’m sorry, Tim’s Cooked: Mark, Karl and Werner talk about Facebook's new Home app for Android, Tim Cook apologizing again, Apple developers complaining about iCloud, WWDC13 and iOS 7, Apple making gains with US smartphone market share, Google forking Webkit to form Blink, and AppleTV: to 4K or not to 4K. All this and much, much more in Episode 96: I’m Sorry, Tim’s Cooked.
Podcast Show Notes:
Episode 94, Upstream Supply Chain Guy: While Karl is away, Mark & Werner play T-GAAP high-tech trivia, then wax eloquent about the results of the Samsung Galaxy S4 launch, Digitimes iPhone 5 upstream supply chain rumors, T-Mobile's special event on to be held on March 26th, Johnny Ive being in charge of both hardware and software development, Apple's threat from no-name Chinese smart phone manufacturers, and Apple data centers using renewable energy. All this and much, much more in Episode 94: Upstream Supply Chain Guy