Ep. 556: Where we finally finally finally get multitasking Video
At an Apple press event, CEO Steve Jobs announces multitasking support in the newest iPhone operating system. Users will finally be able to switch back and forth between applications like Pandora and Skype without having to shut down the app entirely to enter a new one.
The XM SkyDock is an easy and relatively inexpensive way for iPhone users to add satellite radio to a vehicle, as long as they aren't power multitaskers.
Apple announces multitasking, Game Center, iAds, and more. We recap all of Apple's iPhone OS 4.0 announcements from Apple headquarters.
Google's long-awaited navigation app has finally returned to the iPhone and it's better than ever.
As Apple announces the Siri voice command system for the iPhone, Android users may be wondering what took them so long. Sharon Vaknin has some tips for using voice recognition to complete helpful tasks, using apps that are available now.
iPhone OS 4.0 brings multitasking, home screen folders, and a camera zoom to the iPhone 3GS. Watch as we take it for a test drive.
This week, Microsoft finally launches the long-awaited Facebook app for the Zune HD, but it's wrought with bugs and naturally, the MP3 Insiders have a few things to say about that. Also, Donald mulls over the depressing fact that people are downloading less music from both P2P and legitimate music stores, while Jasmine attempts to offer solace in the form of speculation that music has always been around and will continue to be. Finally, we take a look at a disappointing new Archos product and a cool new remote accessory for the iPod and iPhone, and compare both to the excellence that is Sonos.
In today's episode, we follow the Apple live-stream for earth shattering iPhone OS additions like multitasking (woo!), an interactive ad platform (woo!), and an innovative new app organization structure called ... Folders (WTF?). Also, the UK rushes through a big online piracy law, so that's going to end well, and Google Voice may be coming to the desktop.
We didn't think it would take this long, but somebody finally exploited the iPhone 4S to catch a cheater using the new Find My Friend app on iOS 5. In that same vein, today we're chatting about our favorite tech pranks along with the latest news headlines that include Blackberry freebies, iPhone record breaking, cell phone bill shock, and a fishy story out of Sesame Street.
Sprint announces the first dual-touchscreen android smartphone, the Kyocera Echo, that offers app multi-tasking on separate screens.