NeowinCAST News Edition for November 30th, 2007 presents the NeowinCAST News Edition for the week of November 30th, 2007. This week Christopher Vendemio (bangbang023) and Rob Wright (Rob) discuss the following topics:

  • Microsoft begins testing Windows Live Messenger 9.0 (read)
  • 3G iPhone next year (read)
  • Compal shifts attention to Mobile Internet Devices (read)
  • Activision CEO feels consoles should cost $199 for mass adoption (read)
  • Is innovation on the desktop dead? Has it moved to the net? (read)
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As far as the messenger thing goes, i use programs like Gaim and Trillian to avoid all the extra features.

but MSN will always be my favorite. and it will always be msn messenger to me (as it has been for the last decade).

And the innovation in desktops and the internet, is no longer to be expected from the companies. The innovation is in our (the user's) hands. (look at Android)

I believe innovation in the desktop is beginning to lack. There's only so much more than can be done with the tools that we have now and how computers are used today. Improvements, stability and optimizations are what we're going to be seeing out of the next version or two of Windows, OS X, and Linux. I hope I am proven wrong

Excellent show as usual.

I likewise agree with Rob since 'gaming saturation' as Chris described it means the consumer is spoilt for choice so it is more of an issue to the publishers and their choice in release dates of the games than it is a problem to the consumer. On the whole though, a rather extrainious debate.

More gaming coverage is definately appreciated.

Keep up the good work guys!

Gaming podcast - if Comcast can ever get their act together and let me be online between 9 am and 6 pm my time, it might get done

oh this was pretty interesting once again. Great job on^-^! On ice.. :)~ hmm on the whole game thing, I quite agree on Robs point of view of the gaming and marketing issues .