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Vector 32: The ultra-high definition future of television and transcoding

Vector is Mobile Nations' cross-site, cross-platform analysis podcast where we talk about the biggest stories and issues in tech with the smartest people in the industry. On this week's episode, Don Melton and Guy English join Rene to get super geeky about 4K TV (aka UHD or 2160p), HEVC (aka H.265), VP8, and the future of televisions, physical and digital media, and transcoding.

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Ad hoc 7: RoboCop

Dead or alive you’re podcasting about Robocop! It’s another edition of 80s movies with Don Melton, joined by Matt Drance, Guy English, and Rene Ritchie. Yes, it's a bunch of Apple nerds talking all about the Paul Verhoeven classic, which, like the Matrix, has no sequels (but does have guns, guns, guns!).

How well does it hold up, was it prescient, how does it cross-over with other classic movie and TV fare, and have any of our demos ever gone ED 209 wrong? Find out!

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Vector 15: Guy English, Dan Moren, Cingleton 3, and core values

Guy English of Kickingbear and Dan Moren of Macworld join Rene to talk about the just-completed Cingleton 3, a symposium dedicated to the core values of Apple and technology developers, designers, and media.

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Hall of fame: Guy English, Louie Mantia, and Tap Tap Revenge

Last year we inducted Tap Tap Revolution and it's developer, Nate True into our inaugural iMore hall of fame. With TTR, True created what would become the first ever iOS-native gaming franchise. But it was only half the story. It wasn't True alone who transformed Tap Tap Revolution into Tap Tap Revenge, Tap Tap Dance, and everything that followed. True sold TTR to Tapulous, a company that, in 2008, was positively dripping in iPhone developer and designer talent. And two of the people who worked on it there, who helped make it the monstrous success it became, and who have gone on to help shape the industry, are Guy English and Louie Mantia.

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Why the new Mac Pro might be the most exciting Apple product since the iPad

Guy English, my co-host on Debug and Ad Hoc doesn't un-fallow his personal blog often, but when he does it's usually more than a little cause for contemplation. Last night was no different, as he dove deep into the new Mac Pro, and why he thinks it might just be the most interesting piece of hardware Apple's fielded since the original iPad. From Kickingbear:

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