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MobileViews Podcast 120

In this podcast, Jon Westfall and I (Todd Ogasawara) talk about:

  1. Firefox plug-in container taking up 60% of processor time
  2. iOS 9 lower power mode (Ref: MacRumors)
  3. Microsoft Word, Excel, & PowerPoint for Android moves out of preview phase to full release (Ref: Venture Beat)
  4. Google free Wi-Fi in NYC (Ref: Bloomberg Business Week)
  5. Lenovo IdeaCenter Stick 300 – $130 PC on a stick runs Microsoft Windows (Ref: Neowin)
  6. Todd’s Google Photos adventure
  7. Selfie Sticks Banned at Disney Parks
  8. Swarm – Mayorships are back

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MobileViews Podcast 114: Jon’s Apple Watch pre-order adventure

In this podcast I (as someone who did NOT pre-order an Apple Watch) get the low-down on what the pre-order process was like from my co-host Jon Westfall.

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Amazon Prime Music adds ad-free streams To iOS app

 

Todays’s Amazon Music with Prime Music iOS app adds ad-free steaming stations with unlimited skips for Amazon Prime customers.

 

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Apple Watch app appeared on my iPhone even though I don’t have an Apple Watch

I was surprised to see the Apple Watch app on my iPhone 5 (which i use like an iPod touch these days). My understanding is that the app is only supposed to appear if the iPhone is paired with a watch. And yet, here it is.

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MobileViews Podcast 111: Apple Watch. Why all the haters?

Observances

  • Pi Day
  • Einstein’s Birthday
  • 30th anniversary of the first domain name: Symbolics.com

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Notes

Oracle adds crapware to the Mac OS/X Java installation process.

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MobileViews Podcast 109: What’s up with Microsoft’s Windows Phone

Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall are joined by Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs), in the Windows Phone Consumer area, Jack Cook and Sven Johannsen who explain where Windows Phone is today and what they know about future plans in the Windows 10 timeframe.

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