TechFan Podcast #134 – Owen Rubin and iPhone 5s

On September 21, 2013, in TechFan, by Tim Robertson

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Owen Rubin joins Tim Robertson this week to talk about the Penguin Browser, iOS 7, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, Robot wants Kitty, GTA 5, and much more.

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C’mon Apple! We want stuff! – MyMac Podcast #451

On April 4, 2013, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast

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Gaz and Guy actually have a semi-serious conversation about Apple, Microsoft, Google, and people’s perception of them as enemies. See if you can guess how long the serious part lasted? There’s also a new quick contest in support of fellow MyMac writer Donny Yankello. You can win a copy of his Book or App by sending an email to Guy or Gaz saying you want in. That’s about as hard as it gets. Lot’s of terrific feedback from all of you great listeners and for that we thank you. Hope you had a wonderful Easter

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Kim Jong Un Uses an iMac…what?

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Guy’s App PickRobot wants Kitty free, but get the kitty connect app purchase for access to a lot of new levels. Recently updated with new monsters. More fun couldn’t be had this side of a grumpy cat.
Gaz’s App PickBackdrop declutters your screen to concentrate (doesn’t actually declutter) or to clear all those desktop items if your doing a screencast.
People’s Pick: From Ryan Waldon. This is the best calendaring option available for the iPad!Week Calendar HD $2.99

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TechFan #75

On May 4, 2012, in TechFan, by Tim Robertson


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We owe Samsung an apology! And a firm finger-shaking Shame On YOU to RIM. In iOS new is RockBand, Robot Wants Kitty, and Lego Harry Potter Years 5 – 7. We wrap things up with the Kindle Fire. It all seems to be Mobile this week!

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iOS Gaming Comes Of Age

On December 22, 2011, in Features, Opinion, by Tim Robertson


I knew it was only a matter of time. Back when the iPhone was first released the only apps on the device was those created by Apple. It didn’t take the company long to roll out the ability for third party developers to create an ecosystem that would take the platform to new heights. And, obviously to everyone, it was video games that led the charge.

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