This week’s episode of OMG/JK is a long one — the longest yet, in fact, at 30 minutes. Jason and I apologize for going on and on but we had a lot to talk about. It’s been roughly three weeks since we last recorded an episode and a ton of stuff has happened.
And while we don’t even come close to getting through all of it, we do go pretty in-depth on some of the major things: iPhone vs. Android sales, WWDC, iOS 5, iCloud, Galaxy Tab 10.1, Google Music Beta, Facebook’s Project Spartan, dining in hell with Facebook’s PR team, Facebook’s new Photos app, Twitter/iOS, and Chromebooks.
Below find some relevant links to stories we talk about, and enjoy the episode above. A small programming note: since Jason is packing up his things and moving to New York City, this may be the last in-studio episode we do for a while. But hopefully our weekly schedule will continue uninterrupted thanks to the miracle of Skype — assuming that company doesn’t run itself into the ground before the Microsoft deal closes.
- The Verizon iPhone Halted Android’s Surge. The iPhone 5 Could Reverse It.
- Is Android Surging Only Because Apple Is Letting It?
- Live From Apple’s WWDC 2011 Keynote
- Watch Out Facebook Connect, Apple Pushes Twitter Sign-Ins In iOS 5
- “It Just Works.”
- The Final Word: Yes, You Will Be Able To Access iCloud Apps On The Web
- Thinking Outside The Browser Box: Why Should Apple Play By Current Internet Rules?
- Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Hits NYC June 8, Everywhere Else June 17
- A First Look At Google Music Beta
- Fly Or Die: Hands On With The Google Music Beta And A Wild New Wi-Fi Hard Drive
- Project Spartan: Facebook’s Hush-Hush Plan To Take On Apple On Their Own Turf: iOS
- Facebook PR: Tonight We Dine In Hell!
- Exposed: Facebook’s Secret iPhone Photo Sharing App (Which Looks Amazing)
- Behold: Facebook’s Secret Photo Sharing App
- Behold: The Chromebook (Samsung Series 5)
- Initial Thoughts On The Samsung Series 5 Chromebook