TECHGEEK Weekly 102: ATIV is VITA backwards!!

TECHGEEK Weekly 102: ATIV is VITA backwards!!

Sony thinks 4K is the next big thing, we cover every single Windows 8 tablet and laptop announcement made this week, and will Samsung stop a LTE iPhone from happening? All this and more on TECHGEEK Weekly.

Join Stewart Wilson, Terence Huynh, Chris Southcott and ‘resident expert*’ Jason Murray talking about this week’s tech news – and now on video. Seriously, we’re on video now – and you can thank/blame/complain to Stewart Wilson.

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Show Notes


Samsung Galaxy Note II official: 5.5-inch quadcore phablet

(VITA backwards) Samsung ATIV S 4.8-inch Windows Phone 8 handset made of metal

Samsung will sue Apple immediately if it releases an LTE device, allegedly partnering with Microsoft to cut dependency on Android

Samsung Galaxy Camera is an Android Jellybean device with 3G and Wi-Fi

Samsung Ready to Go With Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8

Dell Debuts Stunning Additions to XPS Brand: Superb Performance and Design Without Compromise

HP Unveils Innovative Multitouch Hybrid PC and Ultrabooks

ASUS Announces the Incredible Vivo Tab and Vivo Tab RT tablets intended for Windows 8 at IFA

ASUS Announces the ZENBOOK™ U500 Ultra-performance Ultra-portable at IFA

Acer Aspire S7

Toshiba Optimizes New PCs for the Windows 8 Touchscreen Experience

Sony brings out two new Windows 8 tablets – coming to Australia in October

Sony brings 4K to Australia by the end of the year

Ford SYNC (finally) comes to Australia

Ford Australia launches Virtual Reality Centre

Telstra 4G expansion announced after 500,000 user milestone

Jonah Lehrer’s Journalistic Misdeeds at

Party crasher: Obama brings down Reddit during Mitt Romney’s big week

Amazon Fire 2 and new Kindle e-reader rumors heat up: what we know so far

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