ZL Podcast #35 - Motorola Xoom Here, Map Of Android Activations, Mac OS X 10.7 Lion Preview…

This was our longest podcast yet, that’s because there was so much news that happened this week. A map of the global Android activations from 2009 until 2011 was released. It showed how fast Android has grown, and overtaken all the other mobile platforms. The Motorola Xoom went up for sale and many reviews were published, we share our opinions in the podcast. At Apple’s March 2nd event there should be an iPad 2 announced with a Retina display, dual cameras, a faster dual core processor, more RAM, and much more. The Samsung Galaxy S II got a price on O2 over in the UK it’s 599 pounds. Intel’s Light Peak technology found its way into the new MacBook Pros, it’s now called Thunderbolt and offers up to 10Gbps data speeds in both directions. The iPhone 4 on Verizon was tested to see if it suffered from the same death grip problem the AT&T model had. And it turns out both have that same problem. Apple released the Mac OS X 10.7 Lion developer preview and it has a ton of new things, it’s a lot more like iOS but it also has advanced features that can help you be more productive. A Nexus S firmware update is causing the display of the phone to have color issues. PlayStation Network hackers became happy when they found a way to hack the network in order to get their accounts unbanned. And Sony has added five new games into their PlayStation 3 greatest hits library. Articles used: Music: Blog Twitter Facebook:

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