Special Guest Nick Rodriguez from The Mac Gist Podcast joins Tim Robertson and David Cohen for a fun episode. We discuss GTA 5 Online, the changes technology has made in our entertainment lives, the democratization of technology between the rich and poor, the culture of Apple, tablets and iPads, and much more!
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Why do we only celebrate someone after they are gone? Tim reviews the Nexus 7, but not really. He also reviews the Kindle Touch, but again, not really. Why is Field Runners 2 now on the back burner? Mountain Lion, the Olympics, menu item creep, and much more is discussed.
Portable Speaker for MP3 Players and iPod
Price: $24.99 (a little less on Amazon at press time)
If I’m driving more than 15 minutes I like to listen to podcasts on my iPhone. However, I don’t have a USB or auxiliary port in my car, therefore I need to attach a speaker to my phone. The speaker I used to use wasn’t loud enough, so I was very happy to have the opportunity to review the iLuv Portable Speaker for MP3 Players and iPod.
The iLuv Portable Speaker for MP3 Players and iPod (iLuv PS) is small enough to carry in a purse, bag, or backpack, but has surprisingly good sound. Granted, it’s not going to replace a stereo speaker system, but for casual listening in the car or by the pool, it’s a good choice.
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Tim and David have a heated discussion on the merit and fairness of comparing the Kindle Fire to the iPad in reviews. What the tech industry needs to do to get competitive and make better products is also discussed. Plus, David asks the question: with Modern Warfare 3, has the Xbox 360 reached it’s zenith? And Tim goes through a major change with his entertainment system. And if all that is not enough, some big changes are discussed about the MyMac Podcasting Network, and what is the Stoplight Network?
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