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MobileViews Podcast 172: With special guests Sven Johanssen, Paul Lawler, & Don Sorcinelli

Jon Westfall and I are joined by special guests Sven Johanssen, Paul Lawler, Don Sorcinelli in this podcast.

  1. How long can we expect the Pokémon Go craze to last?
  2. Nougat & Android fragmentation. Why Android 7.0 won’t officially come to Snapdragon 800/801 devices
  3. Android Dashboard has not been updated since August 1.
  4. No Android updates for Nexus devices after 2 years
  5. Apple iOS 9.3.5 update to patch for a zero-day exploit
  6. Are we going to see more rapid iOS security patching from now on?

Available via Google Music Podcasts and Apple iTunes.

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MobileViews Podcast 168: With Don Watkins. Observing the IBM PC’s 35th anniversary


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Quick news items

  1. Google Phone app with spam protection on #Nexus and #AndroidOne devices to warn you about potential spam callers and give you the ability to block and report these numbers
  2. Nexus devices may not receive the latest version of Android if they fall outside of the update window, which is usually around 18 months after a device has been released
  3. Jon’s rant: More forced advertising in Windows 10 Professional

The IBM PC turns 35 on August 12

Don Watkins joins Jon Westfall and me (Todd Ogasawara) in this podcast to discuss the IBM PC’s 35 anniversary on August 12, 2016. Don founded the IBM Users Network and other popular online forums on CompuServe. These were among the first online communities in the world.

Available via Google Music Podcasts and Apple iTunes.

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MobileViews Mini-podcast 26: Podbean for Android recording test

In this mini-podcast I used Podbean’s Android app with a wired earbud/microphone to record a short podcast while outdoors. The purpose of this test is to learn what kind of sound quality I get while recording outdoors while on-the-go.

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MobileViews mini-podcast 25: Testing the Podbean iOS app

This is the first mini-podcast I’ve created since July 8, 2011 (nearly 5 years ago). So, why now? I recently learned that Podbean’s iOS app can record and publish a podcast directly from an iPhone. It can’t record from a network connection. So, it can’t be used to record Skype or Google Hangouts conversations. However, I can use it to record anything or anyone within earshot. So, I may use it while traveling.

The setup for recording this mini-podcast is very simple: An iPhone running the free Podbean app with a Bluetooth headset/microphone to record sounds. The app lets me upload the audio file directly to Podbean to publish a podcast. Text editing appears limited to writing a podcast title. So, descriptions, tags, and other information has to be modified after the podcast is live.

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MobileViews Podcast 146

  • Paul Thurrott’s Surface Pro 4/Sufrace Book rant: Ref: Thurrott.com
  • Greatly improved weather search results in Android Google app. Ref: Google Inside Search Blog
  • How much has the free Google Android OS earned? $31 billion! Ref: Bloomberg Business
  • Office 365 for iPad & iPad Pro adds new inking tools. Ref: Microsoft Office Blog
  • Apple Music Memos for iOS app. Free. Much simpler than Garageband. Not perfect. But, still impressive
  • iPhone 5se. 4-inch display. Features of 6s line. Ref: 9to5mac
  • Conversation on our mobile setup circa 2016 compared to say 2006
  • Jon’s app pick of the week: “Copied” on iOS and MacOS copiedapp.com
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    MobileViews Podcast 142: Enterprise mobility discussion with Don Sorcinelli

    In this podcast Jon Westfall and I (Todd Ogasawara) welcome our old friend and enterprise mobility expert Don Sorcinelli.

    Wolfram Open Cloud. Try Wolfram Language for free in your browser.
    – I thought I lost my Moto 360 while walking to work. Big sigh. But, no! Turns out the Android Wear “last seen” feature doesn’t work.
    Google says the requirement of a steering wheel, pedals, and a licensed driver slows down driverless vehicle development – Skynet.
    Project Fi lets you add specific LTE Android & iOS tablets without any extra fee. You just pay for the data used
    – Enterprise mobility discussion with Don
    – Each year companies do a few “Evil” things (MS & OneDrive this year, Apple not providing 3rd party faceplates for the Apple Watch, Google Fi destroying Google Voice accounts). What are our predictions for “Evil” 2016?

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