Commutist podcast: War tweets, Google TV 3 and Nexus 4


On this week’s episode of our weekly podcast, we bring in Mathew Ingram to examine the fascinating and bizarre concept of Israel live tweeting its military actions. And then on a less serious note, we get all Google-y with Janko Roettgers about what the new Google TV 3.0 means for the future of television and Kevin Tofel talks up the Nexus 4 phone and the state of Chrome OS.

(NOTE: We are aware of the audio scratching noise you can sometimes here. We isolated it part-way through the show and it disappears halfway through the first segment. Thank you for your patience!)

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Stitcher Radio

Hosts: Chris Albrecht and Erica Ogg

0:00 – Israel’s social media offensive

11:37 – Google TV 3.0

26:10 – The Nexus 4 and Chromebooks

34:45 – Parting gifts:

Kevin teaches you how to take a screenshot with a Kindle Paperwhite

Erica likes the Food with Friends app from Foodily in advance of Thanksgiving

Chris wants you know if you were bugged by Skyfall’s hacking scene as much as he was. (email him at podcast at gigaom dot com)

Director Jay Duplass on low-fi movies through high-tech

Election Dissection, Ditching DSL and Dumping the iPad

Sandy’s Social, Infrastructure Impact and Forstall

Windows 8 Surfaces, and disruption eruption

iPad Mini, iMac gets skinny

Boxee Cloud DVR, Apple Rumors and Chromebook

Commutist interview: Joy of X author Steven Strogatz

Commutist podcast: Patent trolls, Costco ban and Passbook’s home run

Commutist, meet Nerdist, and interview with Chris Hardwick

T-Metro, Broadband Caps, Remembering Steve Jobs

Apple’s iO-Mess, Dirty Data Centers and Tesla

News from the Mobilize Conference

Paul Tough: How Children Succeed and what you can learn from them

The iPhone 5 Event

Come on, Kindle, Light My 4G Fire

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