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Nekkid Tech: Keep Austin weird

AT&T passes the buck, Dell leaves PC brigade and techies headbang at SXSW

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Podcast This week Greg Knieriemen and trusty sidekick Ed Saipetch (@edasi) chat to Gina Minks (@gminks) and Nekkid Tech virgin and new media strategist Sarah Vela (@orchid8) about LTE networks; the SXSW tech, biz and music bash in Austin; and why Dell is so keen to branch out.

This week's topics:

  • AT&T wants to make app makers pay for subscribers' data use
  • The large majority of Verizon customers don't use LTE
  • Eddie's driving habits
  • Dell isn't a PC company anymore?
  • Dell and Open Stack
  • Defining "cloud" and defining "open"
  • SXSW 2012

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