DigitalOutbox Episode 260

Chris and Ian discuss Googles Pixel event, web security and Peeple

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Ian

Shooty Skies

– Free

– iOS

– Fantastic scrolling shooter for iOS

– Similar graphics to Crossy Road

– In app purchases but don’t need it

DigitalOutbox Episode 229

DigitalOutbox Episode 229
DigitalOutbox Episode 229 – YouTube Music Key, MS Opens Sources .NET and Halo Woe

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Spotify’s Daniel Ek responds to Taylor Swift: we’ve paid artists $2 billion
YouTube’s long-awaited music subscription service launches, and the first 6 months are free for invitees
Facebook Debuts ‘Privacy Basics’ And Updates Policies To Reflect More Personalized Ads
Microsoft Launches Free, Unrestricted Version Of Visual Studio For Small Teams
Microsoft bins Nokia name with new smartphone range
UK telecoms watchdog: EE and O2 offer fastest 4G downloads, while Three lags behind
UK operator GiffGaff is now offering customers 4G connectivity, from £12 per month
Samsung starts selling Gear VR in December, plans additional VR headsets and crazy VR live streams
Chromecast Aims To Be The Focal Point Of Family Games Night With New Apps
Amazon seeks UK drone experts for delivery service

DigitalOutbox Episode 201

DigitalOutbox Episode 201
DigitalOutbox Episode 201 – Android Wear and Project Morpheus

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1:35 – Android coming to wearables
8:05 – Google Chromecast goes on sale in UK
9:56 – Apple releases 8GB version of its iPhone 5c, brings back the fourth-generation iPad
12:58 – Europe backs call for universal smartphone charger
14:41 – Theresa May warns Yahoo that its move to Dublin is a security worry
17:37 – U.S. To Give Up Key Internet Governance Role
20:44 – Mt.Gox Finds 200,000 Bitcoin In An Old-Format Digital Wallet
22:06 – Microsoft launches free OneNote for Mac, freemium OneNote for Windows, and OneNote cloud API for apps
25:30 – Sony announces Project Morpheus
29:14 – New Oculus Rift dev kit goes on sale for $350 today, likely ships in July
32:15 – Titanfall
36:01 – First Tweet

DigitalOutbox Episode 192

DigitalOutbox Episode 192
DigitalOutbox Episode 192 – Messaging, Spotify and No Man’s Sky

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1:45 – Technology firms seek government surveillance reform
3:27 – U.K. Social Media Users Get Legal Advice From On High On Avoiding Contempt Of Court
5:49 – Twitter Apps Updated With New Swipeable Design And Photo Support In Direct Messages
10:15 – Instagram Introduces Instagram Direct
11:53 – Spotify Goes Freemium On Tablets, Launches Free Shuffle Product On Smartphones
14:10 – Three UK announces customers can roam for free in the US, and launches 4G too
16:47 – The Next-Gen USB Plug To Be Smaller And Finally Reversible
18:46 – Aldi launches £80 tablet to rival Tesco’s Hudl
21:34 – Google (finally) lets you download your Gmail and Calendar data
23:30 – Chromecast gets Plex, Vevo, RealPlayer, Viki and more with massive app update
25:32 – CBBC HD, CBeebies HD, BBC Three HD, BBC Four HD & BBC News HD launch Tuesday 10 December 2013
28:16 – No Man’s Sky
32:07 – Nottingham teenager gets £450 refund after buying a photo of an XBox One on eBay

Picks
Ian
Boson X
– a new rotational runner from Mu & Heyo
– For iOS, Android, Mac and PC
– Great little time filler

Mindnode
– Easy to use mind mapping tool
– For iOS and Mac
– Syncs via iCloud (and it works!)

DigitalOutbox Episode 175

DigitalOutbox Episode 175
DigitalOutbox Episode 175 – Cameron bans porn, Google’s new Nexus and Chromecast and Kinightmare returns

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0:35 – Online pornography to be blocked by default, PM announces
13:01 – Net block MP Claire Perry in spat over porn hack
18:10 – Googles Breakfast
18:10 – Googles Breakfast
18:10 – Googles Breakfast
18:10 – Googles Breakfast
29:25 – Microsoft suffers poor fiscal Q4 with $19.9B in revenue and $0.59 EPS after $900M Surface RT charge
30:41 – Apple Confirms That Its Dev Center Has Been Breached By Hackers
30:41 – Apple Confirms That Its Dev Center Has Been Breached By Hackers
35:40 – Amazon UK will track Prime packages to within 15 minutes of delivery
40:29 – Xbox One will allow independent developers to self-publish titles
44:25 – Knightmare