Welcome to our 24th Episode of the Observed Tech PODCAST! This is our first episode in the new weekly schedule of shows.
In this episode we discuss Amazon’s new Kindles, Facebook and your privacy (again), the upcoming NASATweetup for Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity’s launch, upcoming Zune Pass changes, Xbox 360’s new Metro inspired dashboard update, Google’s first foray into the retail arena, IE9 usage increases and IE6 usage decreases, new beta service Strawberryj.am to show you the popular links on Twitter, the Mount Everest Webcam, Windows Phone 7.5 Mango rollout, the Windows Phone 7.5 Update trick, Windows Phone 7.5 apps and wrap up with a WindowsObserver.com Week in Review.
Links to all the stories and sources are in the show notes below.
Enjoy the show and thanks for listening!
- Behringer Xenyx 802 Mixer and Behringer UCA 222 USB Audio Interface
- The All New Kindle Family – Amazon.com
- The New Facebook- How to Take Control of Your Privacy – Mashable
- NASA Invites 150 Twitter Followers to Mars Rover Launch – NASA
- Zune Pass Changes, Heads to Canada – WinSuperSite
- New Xbox 360 dashboard update coming November 15 – LiveSide.net
- Google opens its first retail store, located in London – Digital Trends
- Internet Explorer 9 on Windows 7 Passes 30% Share in the US – Exploring IE Blog
- Strawberry Jam
- Mount Everest Webcam
- How to- force official Windows Phone 7.5 “Mango” update onto your device – WinRumors
- Have a new Windows Phone feature idea- Try Suggestion Box – Windows Phone Blog
- Pinworthy- 5 apps to try with Windows Phone 7.5 – Windows Phone Blog
- Mango Apps List – WPCentral
WindowsObserver.com Week in Review:
- Nearly 75% Of Small Businesses Have Not Tested Their Computer Security
- Windows Phone 7.5 Mango Debut Goes Well For Microsoft
- Microsoft My Windows Phone 7 Site Gets A Makeover
- Gears of War 3 Sells Over 3 Million Copies Since Release Last Week
- Gears of War Limited Edition Xbox 360 S Requires Special Data Transfer Cable
- Custom Ringtones on Windows Phone 7.5 Mango
- Infographic: Twitter Reaction to Windows 8 Developer Preview
Date Produced: 01 October 2011
Format: MP3, 128KBPS
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