65Bits Episode 132: Shake it like a polaroid picture

It’s a slow week today and nothing earth shattering, except for Jerrick shaking the house down. Samsung releases their TouchWiz SDK to developers allowing them to create custom widgets. Snow Leopard doesn’t exactly promise true 64-bit. Our very own Singaporean Tan Siok Siok (@sioksiok) starts a Twitter documentary called “Twittamentary”. After much persuasion, Sony has cut their prices and released PS3 slim… and IE8 is secure… Touchscreen hacked into the HP mini 1000 and hopefully we will see more touchscreen netbooks. Finally, Posterous grows out of being just another blogging service to something unique.

If you notice the not-so-great quality, Justin made a boo boo because he forgot to switch his MacBook Pro mic to the H2 mic instead. Sorry! m(_ _)m

Jerrick, Justin

Stories this week:

[1:08] Samsung opens up TouchWiz development
[3:25] Snow Leopard Seeds uses 32bit Kernel and drivers by default
[6:16] Twitter Documentary
[8:34] PS3 Slim
[15:00] Study Touts Internet Explorer 8 As Worlds Most Secure Browser
[19:21] HP Mini 1000 hacked into touchscreen tablet

[23:40] Byte of the week: Posterous

Justin Lee
A weird, passionate geek for technology with an undying love to pick at every flaw that will hopefully improve technology all around. Owns a lovely MacBook Pro with 8gigs of ram, involved intimately with Linux and works closely with Microsoft technologies. Wants to own an iPhone 4, owns an HTC Hero Android phone, Nexus One, once owned an iPhone 3g, still owns a 1st gen Sony Ericsson W800i. A coder of many languages, from Haskell to C#, from F# to Ruby. A jack of all technology, a master of one. Motto is "Taking over the world with every line of code". To contact me, email justin at tech65 dot org or check out my site justinlee.sg.
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