Adam Engst, Andy Ihnatko and Chuck Joiner start with a discussion on the changes on Twitter and the evils of Facebook, then turn to the death of the CrunchPad. What would it have brought to the world of tablet computing? Was it a good idea, or just a crazy one? The panel contemplates the possibilities and more, including the future of open source hardware, then debate their experiences with iPhone GPS apps. What’s the best option out there? Which should you avoid? We answer both questions, and tell you why.
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Twitter Stops Asking What You’re Doing by Adam Engst on TidBITS
The End Of The CrunchPad by Michael Arrington on TechCrunch
8 Innovative Dual-Display Devices by Adam Engst on TidBITS
Not all iPhone turn-by-turn navigation apps are created equal by Andy Ihnatko on The Chicago Sun-Times
AT&T Navigator in the iTunes App Store
Navigon MobileNavigator by Navigon AG in the iTunes Store
MotionX GS Drive in the iTunes Store
CoPilot Live North America by ALK Technologies, Ltd. in the iTunes Store
CoPilot Live UK & Ireland by SLK Technologies, Ltd. in the iTunes Store
Ndrive United States of America by NDrive Navication Systems S.A in the iTunes Store
NDrive Mexico by NDrive Navication Systems S.A in the iTunes Store
Ndrive Germany + Austria by NDrive Navication Systems S.A in the iTunes Store