Tunebox developer Phil Kast in the 97.3 KIRO-FM studios

This week on the GeekWire radio show and podcast, we break down the latest developments in online music — including Google Music and iTunes Match — with the help of Phil Kast, the Seattle entrepreneur behind the new app Tunebox for the iPhone.

That’s after our weekly news roundup, in which we debate whether the new Kindle Fire tablet is worth spending the $199; talk about a new study showing which tech companies young professionals prefer; and grapple with the implications of a GameHouse survey that found that women who play online games have more sex than those who don’t.

Also listen for our App of the Week (a must-have for Seattle drivers) and our Name that Tech Tune challenge, offering a chance to win a ticket to the big event of the season, the GeekWire Gala.

Listen to the show above or directly via this MP3 file.  You can get every episode using this RSS feed, by subscribing in iTunes or Zune.

Show Notes: Headlines and links for more info on the topics we discussed

Kindle Fire sparks mixed reviews, from dud to delight

Amazon smartphone is ‘next logical step,’ analysts say 

Young workers prefer Amazon to Microsoft, but they really want a job at Google

GameHouse: Women who play online games have more sex

Music on your phone bill: Google teams with T-Mobile

MacRumors: A clear explanation of iTunes Match

App of the Week: Park in Spot. (Thanks to Isaac Alexander for the suggestion.)

Name that Tech Tune: Last week’s answer and this week’s challenge.

Phil Kast: Tunebox in the App StoreTunebox: A new way to listen to music from your Dropbox account … Follow @yeahphil on Twitter.

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