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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?
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Matthew Lesko of http://leskofreeradio.com/ interviews Taylor Beck of http://www.taylorbeck.me/ about a wonderful iPhone App Development Program. It is an online video course that teaches you how to create iPhone apps from scratch. It certainly is the most affordable and effective learning course to become an App Developer.
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After every release of the newest iPhone, there is a major drop in social function. You would think that it would be the other way around, but it's not. This week was a double-whammy with the release of GTA V, which, apparently doesn't include waterboarding in the torture scene. So, while many will be locked up on their phones, games, and sometimes phone and games, the rest of us will be at the Pub living out the kind of situations found in these fruitless time thieves.Broadcasting LIVE from the Old Towne Pub in Pasadena, CA!Call in - 7148887437
This week's edition of The Black Geeks Radio Show is a continuation of all the events of last week, Last week we saw the season premiere of The Walking Dead and it did not disappoint. We'll talk about our impressions. With all the conversation last week, we did not get to talk about some of our favorite character of color and how stereotypes continue to play a role in media. Last week we had Part One of an impromptu soap opera affectionate called, "As the iPhone Turns"
A quick look at Android and iPhone apps that make your smart phone look dumb. Why are these ridiculous apps so buzz worthy? Let the Chimi To Go crew enlighten you with dumb applications you may want to avoid. Remember to like us on facebook: www.facebook.com/chimichangatalk
Tune in this evening, January 3, at 11pm EST for Worldmeets.US radio news with Managing Editor William Kern. Tonight we'll look at the most recent revelations from Germany's Der Spiegel that the NSA has managed to infiltrate the inner workings of the Apple iPhone with malware called DROUPOUT JEEP, and the agency's plans to build a quantum computer capable of cracking all existing encryption. We'll also ask whether, as Die Welt columnist Torsten Krauel claims, the Pope is being t
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Today the Spec and Tech Man discuss whether the transition between Android and iOS is seamless. As Spec Man has given up his Nexus 4 for a temporary iPhone 5, we discuss what is missed from Android Jelly Bean, a bigger screen, Google integration, and ecosystem.
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