It’s time for the latest installment of OMG/JK, where fellow TechCrunch writer MG Siegler and I do a recap of some of the week’s biggest stories in technology (and take a few light-hearted jabs at each other).
This week, we discuss topics including the new Voice Search features that were just added to Android, the rise of the new Twitter share button, and the Google/Verizon net neutrality fiasco. And MG concedes that Apple has done something badly (I couldn’t believe it either).
Here are some recent posts relevant to the stories we discuss this week:
- Google’s Post On Network Neutrality and ‘The Spirit of Compromise‘
- Google Unveils Awesomely Fast And Accurate Voice Actions For Android
- 25% of Search Queries From Android 2.0 Devices Use Voice Search
- Twitter Takes Over The Tweet Button From TweetMeme
- Google And Verizon Reiterate Their Love For The Open Internet
- Google, Just Cut The BS And Give The Gordon Gekko Speech Already
- Google Ventures Invests In iPhone Game Developer ngmoco