Boyer’s iPhone

This should be the last show on our stream, next time we should be back to the WRCT stream, and on the air on WRCT 88.3. Today we talked about Erik’s new iPhone, a bunch of Apple stories, and the current status of mobile development. This was a really great show, and I hope you can join us live next time!

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Apple to expand iPhone screen size to 4-inches

Apple rumored to be evaluating 3 new iPhone prototypes, one with slideout keyboard

Apple’s Subscription Rules Raise Possible Antitrust Issues

Google to launch subscription service

Full-duplex radio breakthrough can double Wi-Fi capacity

Nvidia pushing tablets to quad-core chip this year

Mobil World Conference (Sorry to link to product pages)

Nokia to delay Windows phone beyond October

IBM’s Watson victorious in Jeopardy; Our new computer overlord?

Creators: Watson has no speed advantage as it crushes humans in Jeopardy

Steve Jobs, Eric Schmidt and Mark Zuckerberg to Meet With President Obama Thursday in San Francisco

Facebook Frackups!

HTC Facebook Phones: First Press Shots [Update x2]

First Facebook SIM Card Released

Kickers and Science:

First Kiss Is More Powerful Than First Sexual Encounter

Solar Flares Could Disrupt Energy Grid and Telecommunications Network,2817,2380425,00.asp

Pentagon’s Tiny New Spy Drone Mimics Hummingbird


Show on Feb. 20th 2011

Hello All,

We are still having a show tomorrow even though there is going to be a basketball preemption. You will not be able to listen to the show from the stream linked to on, instead please go to this link to listen this week.
This is the last week that we will be on this stream, next weekend we will be back on the wrct stream.
Of course you will always be able to listen to the show, and download it for your viewing pleasure right here.

a long show

Thanks for listening live if you were, and thanks for downloading if you weren’t. We had a long show to make it easy on Chris with basketball transitions. This was a pretty good show today, we had some personnel problems, as our brains went on tangents for things, and then we didn’t know where we had ended up. Finally Nokia may adopt another OS for their smartphones, some Google stories, and our first email response to a story, please keep them coming!

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Egypt Restores Internet Service

Google’s Wael Ghonim is missing in Egypt; company asks public for help finding him

TSA to test privacy-enhancing software on whole body scanners

Wikileaks nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

Verizon breaks first day sales record with iPhone 4 pre-orders — in only two hours

AT&T to some iPhone users: stay with us and get a free microcell

Survey: 32% admit mooching neighbor’s Wi-Fi

Nokia Considering Windows Phone 7 Adoption: Rumors

200GB to 25GB: Canada gets first, bitter dose of metered Internet

Google will not bring Honeycomb to smart phones

Microsoft Brings H.264 support back to Chrome

Facebook Frackups!

Airlines offer free in-flight Facebook

“Dating Site” steals Facebook data

Science News

Kepler space telescope spots five Earth-sized planets in our galaxy

National Treasures: Google Art Project unlocks riches of world’s galleries

Scientists working to grow meat in a lab


A friend showed me this article,River of IPv4 addresses officially runs dry, and I thought it fit well following up what you talked about last week.

Basically they’ve given away the last IPv4 address blocks. We still haven’t run out of IP addresses yet, but once the internet registries won’t have any new addresses to give out after this batch. That is at least until IPv6 is introduced with IP addresses that are 39 digits instead of 12. I did have a few questions though. The article said that of the 4.3 billion addresses available with IPv4 3.7 billion of them were unusable. Can you explain why that is? The last five blocks were also split between five different internet registries, but yet with projected use some of these registries will run out of addresses almost a year before others. Why wasn’t there some priority given to, for example, the Asia-Pacific RIR, APNIC, who is, according to the article going to run out of addresses within months. It also mentions that things like video chatting will be made more difficult if you end up having to share your IP address. What does that really mean for the average Joe, and how would we know if we were using a shared IP?


Show on Sunday Feb. 6th 2011

Hello All,

We are still having a show tomorrow even though there is going to be a basketball preemption. You will not be able to listen to the show from the stream linked to on, instead please go to this link to listen this week.
I will put up a post like this before every show that will be preempted by a basketball game that is on our own stream. Of course you will always be able to listen to the show, and download it for your viewing pleasure right here.


Today’s show went on air here at WRCT, the next few weeks there will be shows, but they won’t be found at the usual place. If you want to listen live, please go to This Stream to listen for the next few weekends. I will be posting the link before the shows, so you can check back in here for the link before we go on.

We had a nice, if slightly packed show today, but we got it all in. Definitely a fun time had by all as we hit internet protocols, and privay concerns, some quick hits. Also, it doesn’t really matter what your sign is because we al l have to live life.

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Complete Internet Blackout in Egypt

Internet body may use up IPV4 addresses this week

FBI executes 40 search warrants in cyber attack investigation

Google Starts Censoring BitTorrent, RapidShare and More

Google releases Honeycomb platform preview: Android’s biggest redesign yet

Quick Hits:

White iPhone 4 appears in AT&T’s online system

Report: Amazon plans to expand grocery delivery service

Facebook Frackups:

Science News

Astronomers using the Hubble Telescope believe they’ve found a ‘new’ star system that’s really the most distant ever seen

U.S. Navy thinks squids may hold the secret to invisibility

Physicists call for an alien messaging protocol,physicists-call-for-alien-messaging-protocol.aspx

Do horoscopes all say the same thing? Infographic heaven.

TDH – Half Apple Show

Welcome back to the new semester! We had a pretty packed show, even though we weren’t actually on the air (More on that in the show). Today was fun to get back in the sattle. We talked for a long time about Verizon iPhone, and then onto some Google news. Looking forward to getting a stream up for contingency purposes. More on that if it happens, check back here!

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Verizon iPhone — it’s real!

Android likely to lose as Verizon gets iPhone

Microsoft seeks to block App Store trademark

Apple Seeds iOS 4.3 Beta to Developers: Personal Hotspot, AirPlay Video Streaming, New iPad Gestures

Which manufacturers deliver the timeliest Android updates?

Science and Kickers
NASA spots smallest planet yet discovered outside Sun’s solar system
IBM’s Computer Wins “Jeopardy!” Practice Round

TDH – So here I am playing Halo…

I apologize for the random title, but it is paying homage to my HS Principal, who said the line, and we told him that it was going to be the title. Today I felt like our show broke down a little, but winter break should fix that for us. The next show will be on January 16th.

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Apple patents glasses-less 3D projection

World AIDS day: celebs go “dead” on Twitter

Facebook Frackups——————————–
You think you have embarrassing Facebook photos?

George W. Bush answered live questions at Facebook HQ Tuesday

Science News—————————————-
Too many one night stands? Blame your genes.

Age reversed in mice