Observed Tech PODCAST

Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 59


Share this Podcast



MyCast Subscription

Observed Tech PODCAST

Richard Hay

Jacksonville, Florida

Description: Keeping an eye on Windows and other things tech!

Now Playing

Observed Tech PODCAST Episode 59

Play Download media

Welcome to Episode 59. As I say in the show thanks for your patience while I was recovering from a bad chest infection after that last show! In this episode we talk about Windows 8 RTM; the tablets boom; what it is like to develop for the iPhone platform; new Twitter API rules for 3rd party apps; no Metro is not being banned in app names in the Windows 8 Store; SkyDrive.com’s modern facelift; 10 million Outlook.com users already; YouTube copyright claims require you to reveal personal details to unknown parties; land and drive the Mars Science Laboratory Rover Curiosity; Windows 8 is a very secure OS; new updates for Windows Photo Gallery and Movie Maker in Windows Essential 2012 and the inflight WiFi company GoGo offers free eBay shopping to customers on Delta and Virgin Atlantic.

Make sure you check out the show notes below for links to all the sources. Enjoy and as always thanks for listening!

  • Download Episode 59
  • Subscribe in iTunes
  • Subscribe in Zune
  • Subscribe to Observed Tech PODCAST RSS Feed
  • Subscribe to Observed Tech PODCAST by Email

Show Links:

  • Supersite for Windows – Windows 8 (Paul Thurrott)
  • This is my next: Windows 8 (The Verge)
  • Tablet shipments boom, up 66% in a year (Puget Sound Business Journal)
  • True confessions of a former iPhone developer (ZD Net)
  • Will Twitter’s New Stricter Rules For Developers Hurt Your Favorite Twitter App? (All Twitter)
  • Changes coming in Version 1.1 of the Twitter API (Twitter Developer Blog)
  • Difference Between Windows 8 And Windows 8 Pro (Into Windows)
  • The story that wasn’t. Microsoft is not banning apps with Metro in their name (WP Central)
  • A new modern SkyDrive.com, updated apps, and Outlook.com at 10 million users (Inside SkyDrive Blog)
  • Blogger calls foul on YouTube’s copyright claims system after trolls try to collect her name and address (The Next Web)
  • Take the rover for a spin around a virtual Mars crater (cNet)
  • Mars Rover Landing for Xbox 360 and Kinect (Xbox Marketplace)
  • Microsoft’s new Outlook.com screams to 10 million users (The Next Web)
  • Will Windows 8 be the most secure OS in town- (IT Pro Portal)
  • Introducing the New Windows Photo Gallery and Movie Maker (Windows Experience Blog)
  • In-flight WiFi company Gogo now offers Delta and Virgin America customers free access to eBay (The Next Web)

WindowsObserver.com in Review:

  • Windows 8 RTM Reviews Collection
  • Free Windows 8 Enterprise 90 Day Evaluation Edition Software Available
  • Windows 8 RTM Available for MSDN and TechNet Subscribers
  • Nokia Pushes Out North American Tango Update to Nokia Lumia 900 Phones
  • Windows 8 Just Needs A Chance
  • SkyDrive Web Interface Goes Modern with Selective Folder Synching In The Works
  • August 2012 Patch Tuesday Arrives with Nine Bulletins and Related Updates
  • Microsoft Community Video Tips Campaign- Week One Favorites

Date Produced: 18 August 2012

Length: 35:52

Format: MP3, 128KBPS

Size: 32.9MB

This PODCAST is a member of the TechPodcast Network.

Similar Posts: