This week’s GeekWire Podcast is a little different — a technology reporters’ roundtable featuring special guests Tricia Duryee of AllThingsD and Wilson Rothman of msnbc.com. They join me in the studio to talk about the biggest tech headlines of the week, including iPhone location tracking, the latest enhancements to the Kindle, Google Android, the Amazon Web Services debacle, and more.
In our final segment we give the answer to last week’s Name that Tech Tune contest. Congrats to everyone who got the right answer — the Commodore 64. If you emailed me your mailing address along with the correct response, you’ll be getting a limited edition GeekWire laptop sticker in the mail.
Here’s the MP3 file for this week’s show.
Stories and links related to the subjects we discussed …
iPhone location tracking: Apple has your permission to do whatever it wants with that location data it’s tracking
O’Reilly Radar: Got an iPhone or 3G iPad? Apple is recording your moves
Tricia Duryee on AllThingsD: Check it Out: Amazon Will Add 11,000 U.S. Libraries to the Kindle Amazon to Release Ad-Subsidized Kindle for $114 … Amazon drops the price on Kindle, but don’t get your hopes up for free
Peter Rojas: Amazon’s tablet is coming, but what will it be?
Wilson Rothman on msnbc.com: iOS gadgets outnumbering Androids by huge margin.
Commodore 64: Wilson’s recent story on msnbc.com.