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This week Paul Thurrott and Andrew Zarian recap all that was announced at this years iPhone event. find out what new features the iphone 6 and possibly the iWatch will have.
J will be reviewing the Kevin Smith film Tusk, starring Justin Long. We'll also discuss the release of the iPhone 6. The crappy company know as AT&T. MLB races heating up. The first few weeks of the NFL. And whatever else comes to mind.
On this edition of The Broad Street Line, we'll explain exactly how the Philadelphia Eagles are one of only three teams in the NFL with an undefeated record. And at the top of the show's second hour, Jarman Gantt from The Sideline Haters will join the podcast to give you his thoughts on Eagles/Redskins and what to expect out of the NFC East going forward.
We'll also give you our early impressions of the iPhone 6, take Roger Goodell to task for his press conference last week, and get you caught up on the rest of the past seven days in the sports world as only we can. So come and take a ride on The Broad Street Line: The future of sports talk radio has finally arrived.
Welcome to Donkey 105.9's Friday SuperShow! The top show of the week! Tonight we have a talk betwee Chico and Fuego about this week's HOT topics. Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson both have done some really messed up things recently. Also you can now preorder the iPhone 6 on apple.com! Go and do it quickly before they sell out! This is only part 1 of 3 of the show tonight. So stay tuned and you will NOT be disappointed! Follow us on Twitter @Donkey105x9
Also follow Chico @Chico105x9 and Fuego @Fuego105x9 ! They would love to hear from you.
Tonight after a two week break, we come back to bring you a talk show with Chico and Fuego. They discuss some trending topics such as the recent leaking of celebrity nudes, Derek Jeter's last game, and problems with the iPhone 6 Plus. Please listen and stay tuned for parts 2 and 3! There will be some BOSS mixes from DJ Stunnerz and Chico! Follow us on twitter @Donkey105x9. We would love to hear from you people and your thoughts about our show!
from Financial Survival Network
We purchased the new iPhone 6 on Friday. We waited just 25 minutes at Verizon, while hundreds waited hours at the Apple Store. Why? The new iPhone is a major advance, especially for the coming medical applications. And the screen is big and very readable.
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The Apple Watch and Iphone 6 is the worst thing for America
As we are hearing this we can see that the Apple company is helpping the Liberals(democrats) spy on you and everyone else.
Yes this is another step to Communism like President Obama would like to see in the United States of America, and the end of all freedom and liberty just like President Obama along with the liberals and Democrats would like to see.
Freedom is not spying on the citizens or making demands or other very stupid ideas like Apple has come up with.
An antitrust trial against 4 big tech firms is delayed; China will have to wait for the newest Apple smartphones; companies work to lure iPhone 6 buyers and Google asks some users to change their passwords. WSJ's Mathew Passy on those stories and more.
Last Week Business Insider ran a story calculating what an iPhone would have cost if one had been assembled in 1991. Once you add up the 1991 prices for the processing power, memory, and communication speed that an iPhone delivers today, you're looking at an iPhone that would have cost $3.5 million!
Hosts Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon discuss how technological advancement and the process of ephemeralization have made an everyday object out of an item only the wealthiest could have afforded not that long ago. if we project these trends forward, what amazing capabilities that only the wealthy can afford today will be commonplace tomorrow?
Plus, the most crucial question: what good would an iPhone have done you back in 1991?