Monday, 24 November 2014

Talking TEch for Nov 25 2014

Serotek Announced the resignation of 5 Staff Last Friday in the US


Letting 5 staff go for what ever reason really should have been immediately followed up by a proper press release.


These are the folks that produce System Access, SAMN, Docuscan, iBlink Radio, and several well known podcasts including Serotek’s weekly technology podcast.


Official statement link follows but this could have been handled a lot better on Twitter over the week end where it got a bit nasty on Serotek’s behalf of which these Tweets by the company have now been deleted.


The official blog release didn’t arrive until Monday Aussie time, a bit late.



So no more podcasts it looks like from Serotek, but we’ll have to wait and see.


According to the company their still on track for the future.


Global RED Campaign to Fight AIdS Supported by Apple


From November 24 through to December 4, Apple is supporting the RED global campaign to fight the spread of AIDS through sales on the app store and their retails stores.  When you purchase specific apps or products, a part of the sale goes to support this vital campaign.


In Other Apple News: Free button changes to Get button in the iOS App Store


Don’t be put off if your looking for the Free button to purchase a free app now in the iOS App Store: it has now been changed to Get button instead.


Some Tech Christmas Ideas for 2014


Thought it would be nice to list  some tech type items to put under the Christmas tree for 2014 or to purchase any time for that matter.


From Amazon or from their own Suppliers


The BEM Bluetooth Speaker band for use with iPhone or Android..

Fitbit Flex band for tracking your steps etc for iPhone or Android..

Kindle Fire HDX Android based tablet for Kindle books etc.

AQ Audio Speakers for cost effective Airplay speakers around the house.

Aftershokz Bluetooth bone conduction  ear phones.

RIVO keyboard for iOs or Android.


From Apple or Apple Retailers


Apple TV.

iPod nano or iPod shuffle.

iPod touch.

iPhone or iPad.

iTunes gift cards that can be read by the iPhone or Mac camera to get the code.

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