In this week’s episode of OMG/JK, Jason and I start off with a preview of what may be coming at Apple’s WWDC event next week in San Francisco. Then we get into what Google unveiled at their NFC event in New York City last week. And finally, we talk about Twitter’s move into the photo space.
All three topics have a bit of controversy surrounding them. First of all, WWDC will not feature a new iPhone for the first time in several years. Second, it took PayPal a matter of hours to sue Google after Google Wallet was announced. And third, the Twitter developer ecosystem is up in arms again after Twitter has moved to fill another hole. Well, at least TwitPic is, for sure.
Below, find some of the links relevant to the discussions this week.
- Delays? Fragmentation? Advertising? Some Overcast Appears Ahead Of iTunes In iCloud
- On iCloud, Baby
- iOS 5 Likely Pushed To The Fall After A Cloud Unveiling At WWDC
- Google Unveils Wallet And Offers: An Open Platform For Mobile Payments
- Google Wallet On iPhone, WP7, RIM: “We Will Partner With Everyone” (But Will *They*?)
- Special Stickers Will Bring Google Wallet To Android Phones That Lack NFC
- Twitter Is Launching Its Own Photosharing Service
- Twitter Partners With Photobucket On Photos And Firefox On Search
- Twitter Getting Photos In Order Ahead Of iOS 5 Integration
- Twitter Photos Live For Twitter Employees, User Roll-Out Begins Next Week