Welcome to Episode 52 of the Observed Tech PODCAST.
In this weeks show we talk Windows Phone numbers; LinkedIn’s new Windows Phone App; Apple and security; the upcoming SpaceX launch of the Falcon 9 rocket with the Dragon Capsule heading to the ISS; US Postal service ban on shipping Lithium Ion batteries overseas; Apple patching Siri to give the result they want; Twitter opts you in for weekly email summary; use NASA’s data to build an app; half of teens admit to texting and driving; Reddit users respond to dying man’s request for letters and music; IE on the Xbox 360; tweeting during brain surgery; Angry Birds downloads and profits; Nokia Lumia 900 sales continue to outpace supply; Facebook provides crisis tools for US military members, vets and their families; a new WordPress and Pinterest plugin; get Microsoft monthly security updates in DVD ISO format; hackers crack 55,000 Twitter accounts; over 50,000 challengers smoked by Windows Phone; working with Windows Live ID’s and Gamertags; 35 million users and an iOS App for Twitpic; Samsung Focus 2 hands on and 86% of adults use smartphones to settle arguments.
We introduced a new twist to this weeks show as we broadcasted a Google+ Hangout On Air as we recorded this episode. You can see that video embedded below and now have an option for watching the show as well as listening.
We close the show out as we normally do by taking a look at the past week on WindowsObserver.com.
Check out the notes below for links to all the sources.
Enjoy and as always thanks for listening!
WindowsObserver.com Week in Review:
Date Produced: 16 May 2012
Format: MP3, 128KBPS
Google+ Hangout On Air of Episode 52 Recording
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