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Podcast: What you need to know about the cloud for the coming year

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In this podcast we talk with GigaOM Research analysts David Linthicum and Paul Miller, who discuss 2012 cloud events and the industry’s prospects for 2013. (download) iTunes Stitcher Radio SHOW NOTES Host: Adam Lesser Speakers: David Linthicum and Colin Gibbs Winners and Losers in 2012 and prediction winners/losers in 2013...
Podcast: What you need to know about the cloud for the coming year

Apple designed iPhone 5 under Steve Jobs

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Executive reveals company had planned latest iPhone, and one due to be launched this year, before death of co-founder in 2011Apple's next two iPhones had already been designed before Steve Jobs died in October 2011, according to comments apparently made by a liaison officer for the company last week.At a...
Apple designed iPhone 5 under Steve Jobs

Commutist podcast: War tweets, Google TV 3 and Nexus 4

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On this week’s episode of our weekly podcast, we bring in Mathew Ingram to examine the fascinating and bizarre concept of Israel live tweeting its military actions. And then on a less serious note, we get all Google-y with Janko Roettgers about what the new Google TV 3.0 means for...
Commutist podcast: War tweets, Google TV 3 and Nexus 4

Woz: Microsoft might be more creative than Apple

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Having already worried that Microsoft had re-incarnated Steve Jobs, Apple's surviving co-founder now worries that Redmond might be simply more creative. He also offers that Steve Jobs didn't have to be such a "bastard." [Read more]...
Woz: Microsoft might be more creative than Apple

Steve Jobs' family home in Palo Alto robbed of computers and jewelry

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More than $60,000 in property was stolen, police said, but thief didn't know house belonged to the late Apple co-founderA thief broke into Steve Jobs' house in the high-tech hub of Palo Alto, stealing more than $60,000 in computers and jewelry without realizing he had hit the late Apple co-founder's...
Steve Jobs' family home in Palo Alto robbed of computers and jewelry

Atari founder on Steve Jobs: Apple culture came from Atari

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TUAW interviewed one of only a few people to ever hire Steve Jobs, Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari. As you might expect, he’s working on a few iOS projects and is particularly interested in augmented reality. But these paragraphs stood out: “He basically lived just below me in Woodside for...
Atari founder on Steve Jobs: Apple culture came from Atari

Podcast: The pros and cons of using Hadoop

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Being able to properly analyze all available data is crucial to companies’ successes today. In the latest GigaOM Research podcast, Jo Maitland and Joseph Turian discuss the positives and negatives of using Hadoop to make this possible. (download) iTunes Stitcher Radio SHOW NOTES Host: Jo Maitland Speaker: Joseph Turian Find...
Podcast: The pros and cons of using Hadoop

The Nightmare Scenario: How Everything Could Go Wrong For Apple (AAPL)

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Apple is on top of the world right now, but nothing lasts forever. The company must find ways to innovate old products, fight off tough competitors, and keep up employee morale high—all without the leadership of visionary cofounder Steve Jobs. It's easy to overlook these threats given Apple's tremendous success...
The Nightmare Scenario: How Everything Could Go Wrong For Apple (AAPL)

Commutist podcast: Director Jay Duplass on lo-fi movies through high-tech

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When you think about technology and movies, what probably pops into your mind are CGI dinosaurs and face melting explosions. But advances in technology have also freed filmmakers to create more organic, lo-fi films. Jay Duplass is one half of the Duplass brothers, the creative forces behind such indie hits...
Commutist podcast: Director Jay Duplass on lo-fi movies through high-tech

Podcast: Instagram's Twit-storm, Netflix nabs Disney, Gmail's pretty iPad app

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It was an interesting week, to say the least, in the consumer tech space: Mathew Ingram explains how Instagram cropped Twitter out of the picture and what that means for fans of food pictures, Janko Roettgers and Laura Owen break down recent content plays from Netflix and Amazon, and Janko...
Podcast: Instagram's Twit-storm, Netflix nabs Disney, Gmail's pretty iPad app

Podcast: RoadMap Re-Run: Kickstarter's Perry Chen on creativity and crowdsourcing

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How is crowdfunding changing the nature of creativity. In today’s podcast we revisit a fireside chat Kickstarter CEO Perry Chen had with Om Malik at our RoadMap Conference in November. In it Chen describes the origins of his popular service and how he wants to keep Kickstarter small and around...
Podcast: RoadMap Re-Run: Kickstarter's Perry Chen on creativity and crowdsourcing

Gene Muster and Horace Deidu talk about Apple's long term risks

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Chat from Fortune Brainstorm Tech where Inside Apple’s Adam Lashinsky asks Gene “Apple Television” Munster and Asymco’s Horace Diedu about a post Steve Jobs Apple and the biggest risks in the future. Non-Flash here. 40.714513 -74.005122...
Gene Muster and Horace Deidu talk about Apple's long term risks

Commutist podcast: iPad Mini and iMac gets skinny

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Apple is slimming down and bulking up for a combative holiday season with a new iPad Mini, iPad, iMac, Mac Mini and more. Erica Ogg was at the event and gives us the skinny on the minis and Kevin Tofel breaks away from his victory lap to give us his...
Commutist podcast: iPad Mini and iMac gets skinny
Andreessen: Here's The Difference Between Steve Jobs And Tim Cook (AAPL)

FBI releases files on Steve Jobs: he was 'a deceptive individual'

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In 191 pages of documents, a portrait the Apple founder as a complex person of both 'integrity' and 'suspect' moral characterThe FBI has released its files on Steve Jobs, Apple co-founder and icon of the business world, painting a picture of a complex man who is described both as "a...
FBI releases files on Steve Jobs: he was 'a deceptive individual'

Apple CEO Tim Cook gets report card from Al Gore in TIME’s 100 Most Influential People list

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Time Magazine has just released its list of The 100 Most Influential People in the World for 2012 and following in the footsteps of Steve Jobs, Apple CEO Tim Cook has made the list alongside Hilary Clinton, Tim Tebow, Rihanna, and Salman Khan. Also on the list this year stemming...
Apple CEO Tim Cook gets report card from Al Gore in TIME’s 100 Most Influential People list

How To Get Flash On Your iPad

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A reader wants to play Flash files on an iPad. What are the options? My iPad seems not to support the Adobe Flash Player, which is a nuisance. Is there a solution or any alternative short of buying a tablet that does support the player? David Buck, by email Not...
How To Get Flash On Your iPad

Woz: Microsoft might have reincarnated Steve Jobs

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Apple's co-founder says there's "no contest" between the prettiness of Windows Phones interfaces and those of Android phones. Indeed, he says Microsoft, to make them so pretty, might have had help from above. [Read more]...
Woz: Microsoft might have reincarnated Steve Jobs

Unlike “Thermonuclear” Steve Jobs, Apple CEO Tim Cook Says He’d Rather “Settle” Litigation

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Looks like Tim Cook doesn’t quite want to go as “thermonuclear” on rival phone makers as Apple founder Steve Jobs did. Cook didn’t sound so eager to pursue patent infringement suits against Samsung, Motorola and HTC on today’s quarterly earnings call. “I’d highly prefer to settle versus battle,” Cook said on...
Unlike “Thermonuclear” Steve Jobs, Apple CEO Tim Cook Says He’d Rather “Settle” Litigation

Podcast: Facebook's Graph-ic search, Open Compute is kinda cool, Netflix v. TWC

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On this week’s episode of the GigaOM Podcast, we dig into Facebook’s foray into search, learn that the servers at the Open Compute Summit are going to be a disruptive big deal, and pick apart the fight between Netflix and Time Warner Cable to bring you SUPER 1080p movies. (download)...
Podcast: Facebook's Graph-ic search, Open Compute is kinda cool, Netflix v. TWC

Podcast: RoadMap Rewind - Tumblr's David Karp on good design (and no jerks)

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The weekly GigaOM Podcast is taking a break this week, but in its stead we’re pleased to offer up a fireside chat from our recent GigaOM RoadMap conference between Tumblr CEO, David Karp and our very own Mathew Ingram. In this conversation, you’ll learn how Tumblr tried to build a...
Podcast: RoadMap Rewind - Tumblr's David Karp on good design (and no jerks)

Podcast: Why mobile is vital to the future of retail

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In the latest GigaOM Research podcast, analysts Phil Hendrix and Doug Stephens discuss retail’s future in a mobile-first world: what’s broken, and how mobility, apps, and data can lead the way to change. (download) iTunes Stitcher Radio SHOW NOTES Host: Adam Lesser Speakers: Dr. Phil Hendrix and Doug Stephens Showrooming...
Podcast: Why mobile is vital to the future of retail

Steve Wozniak attacks Steve Jobs biopic

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Co-founder of Apple says relationship depicted in film premiering at Sundance is 'not close' to the truthThe Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has issued a stinging criticism of the new biopic of his fellow computing pioneer, the late Steve Jobs, after a clip from the film was released on the internet...
Steve Wozniak attacks Steve Jobs biopic

Tim Cook wanted to join Apple 5 minutes into interview with Steve Jobs

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Apple boss Tim Cook revealed on Tuesday that he was ready to jump ship from Compaq to Apple just five minutes into his 1998 interview with late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs....
Tim Cook wanted to join Apple 5 minutes into interview with Steve Jobs

Podcast: Why the digital age needs an effective content licensing strategy

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Historically publishers have lacked focus on licensing and syndicating digital content. The latest GigaOM Research podcast features Connected Consumer curator Paul Sweeting, who discusses how social media could play a role in improving digital content licensing, key tools in this space, and the impact on publishers and journalists. (download) iTunes...
Podcast: Why the digital age needs an effective content licensing strategy

Tim Cook on Steve Jobs, Apple TV and Facebook: The D10 Highlights (Video)

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[ See post to watch video ] Tim Cook learned a lot from Steve Jobs, and one of the big takeaways seems to be: Don’t tip your hand. The Apple CEO was unwilling to tackle questions about any future product plans during his first appearance on the D10 stage Wednesday...
Tim Cook on Steve Jobs, Apple TV and Facebook: The D10 Highlights (Video)

Mapgate Is Over. Apple Won. Customers Won. Google, Not So Much.

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In a single succinct, sincere, and brilliant note, Tim Cook has put Apple’s Maps fiasco to bed. It was a beautiful thing. He offered a clear assessment of the problem (“we fell short”), and took full responsibility for it. He put forward a heartfelt apology (“we are extremely sorry”), and...
Mapgate Is Over. Apple Won. Customers Won. Google, Not So Much.

'Lost' Steve Jobs interview discovered in garage

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Hour-long interview with Apple founder, who died last year, to be released in cinemasAn hour-long "lost" interview with the late Steve Jobs will be released in cinemas next week, after it was acquired for US distribution. Magnolia Pictures is hoping that Steve Jobs: The Lost Interview will spark the interest...
'Lost' Steve Jobs interview discovered in garage

Apple Reportedly Designed The IPhone 5 Before Death Of Steve Jobs

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Apple's next two iPhones had already been designed before Steve Jobs died in October 2011, according to comments apparently made by a liaison officer for the company last week. At a meeting with the San Francisco district attorney, George Gascón, who is keen to cut phone thefts in the region,...
Apple Reportedly Designed The IPhone 5 Before Death Of Steve Jobs
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