We talk to a developer whose company is turning out some interesting third-party apps for both the Mac and the iPhone on this episode of the Macworld Podcast. We also tackle the world of gaming, in the form of this week’s E for All Expo.
There’s also the small matter of an official ship date for Mac OS X 10.5. So it’s a very eclectic slate of topics.
We start off with an interview between Macworld.com executive editor Philip Michaels and senior editor Peter Cohen about E for All, the event for gaming enthusiasts which begins this Thursday in Los Angeles. Then I spend some time talking to Ambrosia Software’s Andrew Welch about some of the things his company has been working on lately.
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In my round-up of the week’s news at the beginning of the podcast, I mention the October 26 release date for Leopard and spend some time dwelling on the 300-plus new features Apple is touting in this release. I also spend some time looking at Apple’s decision to drop the price of DRM-free music to 99 cents per download.