NeowinCAST News Edition for October 2nd, 2008

Neowin.net presents the NeowinCAST News Edition for October 2nd, 2008. This week, Christopher Vendemio (bangbang023) and Rob Wright (Rob) discuss the following topics:

  • Google releases Chrome (read)
  • T-Mobile G1: First Android phone (read)
  • Apple threatens to close iTunes store (read)
  • Skyfire public beta fiasco, Windows Mobile browsing options
  • Neowin 5 news (read)
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Moving into the third week without an update again.

I love the podcast. You guys are great at this, but I really wish you would quit teasing everyone, and either do the show, or not.

I am listening to it now. First time listener, and so far I like it (Y)

This has probably asked time and time again, what song is that during the intro?

Also, I just got the app called Podcaster for my iPhone, and it can download podcasts from neowin directly to your iphone!

Thank you for taking the time to give it a shot. The into is actually a piece made specifically for the podcast. I have a buddy who owns a studio and he volunteered to make it for me. I asked him to make it techy, yet rock styled at the same time.

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Thank you for taking the time to give it a shot. The into is actually a piece made specifically for the podcast. I have a buddy who owns a studio and he volunteered to make it for me. I asked him to make it techy, yet rock styled at the same time.

I hope he records that into a song, because the intro to this is awesome.

So far I really like this NeowinCast, and will continue to listen to this. Great job Chris and Rob

Nice! Welcome back! Keep it up if you can, and thanks for helping me pass the time on the way to/from work! I always found the 'cast entertaining and the both of you always represent multiple sides of the issue pretty well and from a relevant perspective.