Operating Systems Podcasts
Skeptics with a K is the podcast for science, reason and critical thinking from the Merseyside Skeptics Society. We are a non-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion of scientific skepticism on Merseyside, around the UK and internationally.
By Merseyside Skeptics Society
The AAS Podcast is about Symbian OS powered mobile phones. These include Nokia and Samsung S60 phones (such as Nokia Nseries and Eseries) and Sony Ericsson and Motorola UIQ phones. Podcasts include interview and opinions from trade shows and phone launches as well as round table discussions. Hear about the latest smartphones, recommended software and get insight into the Symbian world.
By All About Symbian
We're a group uber-geeks with different specialties and backgrounds getting together once a week to talk about what's hot, what's not, what we like and don't like and why. Conversation is frank, candid, and sometimes a little crude. Every week we try to get a UNIX/Linux geek, a Microsoft/Windows geek, and a Apple/Mac geek together to talk about current topics and why their choice of OS is better than the others.
By Nem W Schlecht
bloguelinux.ca est un blogue Québécois traitant exclusivement sur Linux. Les deux animateurs Patrick et Éric ayant des intérêts différents sur Linux occasionne des articles et podcasts très intéressants. Patrick est plus au niveau utilisateur et recherche la stabilité, la performance et des logiciels de qualité lui permettant d'exercer plus facilement son travail de consultant. Éric est plus Geek et apporte un aspect plus technique aux discussions et podcasts. Ce podcast est accessible pour tout le monde, que vous soyez un débutant sous Linux ou un Geek chevronné.
By Patrick et Éric
The Channel Android Audio Only Podcast is a production of ChannelAndroid.com, a website dedicated to Android news and discussion. This show is a weekly show that usually ranges from 1-2 hours per episode and covers, you guessed it, Android. There is not shortage of Android podcasts out there, so we thought, what is a good idea when the supply is greater than demand? The obvious answer was to add to the supply. That is why we do Channel Android and not Channel Economics. We have a lower res video podcast as well as a HD video version available.