SouthGeek Ramble and Review 15: You’re Doin’ It Wrong

In this episode, the pundits discuss Apple’s supply chain and the stock retention bonuses to their execs, there could be a massive PC shortage for the holidays, Google’s Chairman says Siri is a real threat to Google and it’s eating into their mobile ad revenue, the compact disc may finally die in 2012, Viacom claims piracy is killing their business while giving the CEO a 146% salary increase, Google+ introduces Pages and has a more restrictive policy on using them for promotions, Amazone sells 6,111 of an e-book for free by mistake but won’t compensate the author, Adobe signs off on the death of mobile Flash and Comcast begins rolling our IPv6 in some of their markets.

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Show Notes:

For Apple, $7.1B should keep supply chain humming

Massive PC shortages to hit this Xmas

Apple grants top execs $60M retention stock bonuses through 2016

Google Chairman Eric tells US senators Apple’s Siri could pose ‘competitive threat’

Apple’s Siri seen cutting Google out of valuable mobile ad views

Compact Disc death foretold for 2012

Viacom, ‘Decimated By Piracy,’ But Its CEO Got The Biggest Raise Of Any Exec Anywhere

Google+ Pages Promotion Policy is even more restrictive than Facebook’s

Amazon sells 6,111 copies of an ebook for free by mistake, won’t compensate author

Adobe to cease developing mobile Flash plugin

Comcast deploying dual-stack IPv6


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