In this episode, the pundits celebrate the 50th episode and one year anniversary of the Ramble and Review. They look back at the tech news that was trending in July 2011. Current topics covered during this show were – hidden government scanners will be able to know everything about you without you even knowing it, Apple misses earnings target, users are happier with Google+ than Facebook, and Apple encourages speaker makers to stay away from using the dock connector on Apple devices.
Carl T. Ruckus updates everyone about a new Mac OS Trojan called Crisis, Mountain Lion is released today for $19.99 in the Mac App Store, Safari 6.0 is released, but is no where to be found for Windows, and Blizzard announces Mists of Pandaria, the next World of Warcraft expansion, will be released September 25, 2012.
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- Hidden Government Scanners Will Instantly Know Everything ABout You From 164 Feet Away
- Apple misses earnings targets, Street reacts
- It’s Official: Social Media Users Happier With Google+ Than With Facebook
- Apple encourages speaker firms to drop the iPhone dock altogether