TECHGEEK Weekly 74: CES, Rdio and Other Things

TECHGEEK Weekly 74: CES, Rdio and Other Things

And we’re back for another year. This week, we recap that CES event with the latest craze of ultrabooks, look at the Galaxy Nexus and talk about Rdio.

Terence Huynh, Stewart Wilson, Tom Solari and Chris Southcott come back for another series of TECHGEEK Weekly and we’ve also produced a video version – which we are editing at the moment.

We also like to thank Sony, Rode Microphones, AVerMedia and Telestream for their support with our ambitious CES coverage.

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Show Notes

The Top Stories

Kinect for Windows – Coming February 1

Acer announces Aspire S5 – 13.3-inch “thinnest ultrabook”
Acer reveals Aspire Timeline Ultra – ultrabook with dedicated graphics
Lenovo unveils business-orientated ultrabook – ThinkPad T430u
Samsung’s Ultrabook Debut: the Series 9 and the Series 5 Ultra
LG to launch series of “Super Ultrabooks” at CES

Sony tries Google TV again with motion controls, voice search, and gaming
Google TV to be integrated within LG’s own televisions
ANALYSIS: Google TV ditches Intel, moves to ARM, to make it an appealing product

JVC joins 4K craze – launches first 4K handheld camcorder
Polaroid announces new “Smart Camera” SC1630; powered by Android
First 4G smartphone coming to Australia this month: sources

Tom’s Stockings (1)

Man suing Facebook fined $5k by court
Hard drive demand will exceed supply this year
The HP TouchPad is alive, receives OTA software update
Google+ Hangouts get a facelift, now includes screensharing

In Other News

If SOPA’s Main Target Is The Pirate Bay, It’s Worth Pointing Out That Is Immune From SOPA

Reddit to go silent in SOPA protest

The Pirate Bay Will Stop Serving Torrents

EMI Sues Irish State For Not Implementing Piracy Blocking Provisions

Rdio quietly opens its doors to Australia

Sponsored Stories begin to appear in News Feed

TPG may buy iiNet, Telstra tells staff

Hackett hammers iiNode critics

Tom’s Stockings (2)

A UK woman has won a court order to prevent explicit photos being shared via BitTorrent

Foursquare is down. What now?

Apple to stop selling the iPhone 4S in Beijing and Shanghai due to safety concerns

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