We produce a half-dozen or so podcasts a week here at iMore and Mobile Nations and it can be tough to keep track of them all. So, from now on, we're going to be rounding all the iPhone, iPad, and Mac-centric stuff up for you every Monday so you can quickly find anything you might have missed and catch up on anything that interests you! This week we deep dive on WhatsApp and what it means, take development down to the geeky kernel, pick some apps to help make school less stressful, find out how Finish got started, and nerded out over Blade Runner. Check them out!
iMore show 390: WhatsApp is the new Bitcoin: Rene and Peter talk Facebook buying WhatsApp, Mac Pro constraints, Mac Mini non-updates, iPhone 6 battery and screen, King post Candy Crush, Nintendo controllers for iOS, and more!
Vector 31: Facebook, WhatsApp, and the value of mobile messaging: Vector is our cross-site, cross-platform analysis show. This week Kevin Michaluk of Mobile Nations joins Rene to talk about Facebook's $16 billion WhatsApp acquisition, not mistaking products for businesses, the value of user-base, the mobile hierarchy of needs, BBM's missed opportunity, LINE, WeChat, Kik, and more.
Debug 29: Jeff McLeman on porting kernels: Debug is our developer interview show, like director's commentary for your favorite apps! Guy and Rene talk to Jeff McLeman about his time at Digital, porting the NT kernel, and the current state of kernels in general.
ZEN & TECH 60: How to take the stress out of your studies: ZEN & TECH is Mobile Nations' lifestyle podcast where we work on centering your inner geek and using technology to help reduce stress and live better lives. In today's episode, Georgia and Rene talk about how to take the stress out of your — or your children's' —studies, including tips on getting it done faster and better, and the tools, tech, and apps that can help!
Iterate 62: Ryan Orbuch and Finish: Iterate is our designer interview show, like DVD extras for your favorite apps! Ryan Orbuch joins Marc, Seth, and Rene to talk about his Apple Design Award (ADA) winning productivity app, Finish for iPhone.
Ad hoc 9: Blade runner: Ad hoc is our entertainment and media podcast, and this week Don, Matt, Guy and Rene talk all about Ridley Scott's seminal work, Blade Runner. From production problems to casting curiosities to effects, we put Blade Runner through the VK test! So what motifs did we pick up? Which themes resonated the most? And most importantly, who's a replicant?! Find out!
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