Episode 13 of the Simple Mobile Review Podcast is up. Rod allows his son to use his Droid as a bathtub toy. I explode my chair during the live taping of the show. Chris laughs at us both.
All this plus our first cross platform software giveaway…
Listen to Show
Record Date Wed March 31st 2010
Rod Simmons (SimpleMobileReview)
Chris Ashley (SimpleMobileReview)
Robb Dunewood (RIMarkable)
Show Opens with a Series of Rod’s unfortunate Events
- Got to love the kids!
- Robb is buying a Netbook
Chris takes a trip to the AT&T store
- The sales associate says iPads and Netbooks are the same (Oh Boy)
Charlie Miller says he will teach Apple how to find Security Holes
- He states that the Mac is less secure than Windows
- Rod says no way Apple takes them up on this
- Hacker gets 20 years
iPhone Coming to Verizon?
- Robb says that is a good thing
- Chris says who cares
- Rod says everyone cares
RIM should buy Palm
- Robb says this will help when Apple goes to Verizon
- Chris Likes the idea
- Rod Agrees too
iPad to every Student
- Chris wants to know how they can do this before it even releases
- Rod says they will pay in their tuition
- Robb wants to wait until he poo poohs the idea
Reminds me of Robb’s incident.
Picks of the Week
My Tracks ( GPS Tracking )– Rod Simmons (SimpleMobileReview)
Worldmate for BlackBerry – ( Text to Speech/Speech to Text ) Robb Dunewood (RIMarkable)
Christmas Countdown (Kyle Hankinson (iPhone App Countdown to Christmas )– Chris Ashley (SimpleMobileReview)
Special Thanks to Louis Andrews for the Music:
Album Title: Move it Girl
Song Title: So Thick
Louis ANDREWS (Louis XVI) was born and raised in Washington, D.C. It was not until he moved to the suburbs of Maryland that he became interested in music. In 1992 he started working with producer/school mate Ramont “Poodie Bangas” Prather. In 1994 Louis ANDREWS made his first solo studio recording titled “Hard Times”. Louis XVI and Poodie Bangas later formed a group called Underground Lab Productions (ULP) with another local artist and released a album “Rappin’ without a Contract” which included the hit song “From the Burbs to the Projects”. Louis XVI recorded his 3rd studio project “GAME OVER” with Poodie Bangas under the name the Frontrunners. As of late he has been recording mix-tapes and has been working on releasing his first full length solo album.
His 2010 solo debut will high lighted by songs like “Sexy” and “Brother”. In the mean time, keep checking his page for updates and more info