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Podcast So we used to run episodes of Infosmack, an enterprise storage podcast, on The Reg. But then the founders went their own ways - creative differences or something - and we went ours.

Infosmack co-found Greg Knieriemen has returned to the fray with a new show, called Nekkid Tech - it's kinda similar, but with a wider remit that's less industry and more customer focused. And we are back to support his splendid efforts.

So without further ado, let's jump to the show notes.

Hosted by Greg Knieriemen, our guests this week are Devang Panchigar, Chris Evans and Nigel Poulton.

In this week's episode we discuss ...

  • The Fab Four Reunion
  • Nigel explains how he stole Infosmack
  • HDS Influencer Summit
  • Is the disk drive shortage really going to have an impact on the enterprise?
  • Adobe Flash leaves the mobile market
  • Watching porn on an iPad
  • Amazon Kindle Fire shipping this week
  • Speed of change in the mobile industry
  • Prospects for Apple TV
  • Steve Jobs cracks the code
  • BestBuy closing down in the UK

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