HP puts the kibosh on WebOS and throws a fire sale on the TouchPad.
We discuss the implications for the tablet market, where HP went wrong with the TouchPad, and what it would take to unseat the iPad as king of the tablets.
Most importantly, though, listen to find out whether or not Chaimtime was able to find a TouchPad in stock.
inThirty.net is a new podcast hosted by @justinfreid , @harrycmarks , and @chaimtime. Each week our goal is to bring you the news in under thirty minutes.
inThirty is a new podcast hosted by @justinfreid , @harrycmarks , and @chaimtime. Each week our goal is to bring you the news in under thirty minutes. Our first topic is google buying motorola.
This is a first attempt at hosting a podcast. Let’s see if it works
inThirty.net – 01 – Google buys Motorola
Justin Freid @justinfreid http://justinfreid.com
Harry Marks @harrycmarks http://curiousrat.com
Haim Cohen @chaimtime http://chaimtime.com
Updated: I did a followup here: http://chaimtime.com/2012/03/18/how-to-deal-with-the-listening-to-music-problem-a-continuation/
With all the new cloud players out there, which one will have the advantage. I think I have a plus for google music.
Running a mac, with an android phone, and an ever growing music library, I have yet to find the perfect solution. The iphone was the perfect solution except for the fact that Android does more of what I need, and music isn’t super high up there. While play counts, and playlists are, other functionality won out.
Converting from PC to Mac to a Windows Home Server, my iTunes.itl file is the holy grail for me. It is one of the few things that I have backed up just about everywhere. When you have reconverted your audio in ever increasing (and now FLAC) quality, you lose space. Lots of space. With an 8gig nano in your car, you have to choose your music wisely.
So what am I complaining about ? Simply, how can you use a cloud service to store all your music and update your play count. I think I found it.
My iphone contract is up, and I have to decide on what to do. Do I stick with apple and the iphone 4 or do I jump ship to android. This was a no brainer until I heard about android 3.0 Gingerbread. Now I have an issue