Rene talks about skeuomorphism vs. digital authenticity, and then dives into the crazy "Apple is doomed" week, including supply cut rumors, stock manipulation chatter, and more. (Note: due to technical problems, this show had to be re-recorded. Twice.)
Marc, Seth, and Rene talk to Guy English, Chris Parrish, and Thomas Unterberger about Aged & Distilled's new image annotation app, Napkin, it's origins, the choices they made, and how they got it shipped.
TWiT is back from the holidays, Leo Laporte and I are back from CES, and so it's break time once again! This week Leo, Andy Ihnatko, Adam Engst, and I talk about Apple's tumbling stock price, iPhone sales, Tim Cook meeting with the Chinese government, and more.
The Iterate roundtable returns with Seth Clifford, David Barnard, Marc Edwards, Russel Ivanovic, and Rene Ritchie discussing the economies and realties of making and selling apps on the iOS App Store and Android's Google Play.
Once again Mobile Nations has assembled at CES, and we've come together with the Cell Phone Junkie to talk NVIDIA's Project Shield, 4K (2160p) televisions, giant phones, low-end phones, and all the rest of the news -- and the show hasn't even officially started yet!
With most of the Mobile Nations team having arrived now in Las Vegas for CES there was no better time to get together for a video. Straying away from standard Monday Brief format, I managed to wrangle everyone into a room to find out their thoughts and expectations for CES 2013.
You'll want to stay tuned to all the Mobile Nations sites for up to the minute coverage but for now, check out the video! Looking for iMore's CES 2013 news? You'll find it all here.
Guy and Rene talk to the Iconfactory's Craig Hockenberry and Sean Heber about Twitterrific 5, the early days of the iPhone, Chameleon, beefs with nibs, underscores, colons, and ternary operators, App Store realities, and the importance of blame avoidance optimization.
Kevin, Phil, Daniel, and Rene talk about CES 2013, what they expect to see, and whether it's still relevant, then fight about ActiveSync, RIM vs. Microsoft, and what they want to see from Apple, Google, and everyone going forward!
Apologies for the video quality, we experienced severe technical problems during the recording of the show, and while we're providing it for those who really want it, we recommend sticking to audio for this episode.