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Episode 12 – Google’s Nexus One Android Phone

July 30th, 2010
Google's Nexus OneWell, we've talked quite a lot about the differences between Android and iPhone but oddly enough none of us have actually owned an Android phone! This week, Jeff takes us through his experience with his brand spanking new Google Nexus One Android smart phone. Now Jeff is a pretty hard core Apple fan, however he has been impressed with the performance and out-of-the-box-without-hacking features the Nexus One has to offer.

Unfortunately, no sooner had we recorded this podcast (over two weeks ago, I know, just been too busy to edit and publish it!) Google discontinued sales of the Nexus One. You can still find it on eBay, however it seems people are charging a premium for them :( We can't even say Jeff got "Apple'd" on this one, it's not like Google announced a new shiny version of the phone that is 0.0025% faster. No, it appears we have a new name: he's been "Google'd" - release a product then abandon it. That reminds me... I wonder how Google is doing with Wave these days?

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Episode 11 – All about Open Core Licensing

July 14th, 2010
Open CoreFinally! We took a bit of a break seeing as how there was a holiday in the US and Canada. But Craig, Guillermo, Justin and Jason are back in Episode 11 discussing a bit of a hot button topic: Open Core Licensing. Essentially, a type of licensing which has made a lot of people rich in Open Source *cough* MySql *cough*.

Find out what Open Core is all about and have a listen!

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