Apple's Great Fortune and Less-Great OS X Lion, and the Death of Google Labs on PCWorld Podcast #121

Nate Ralph, Nick Mediati, and Jason Cross gripe a bit about some of the changes Apple has made in its latest version of OS X, Lion. That hasn't stopped the company from making record profits in the last quarter, though. We also lament the closing of Google Labs, which has been the public incubation chamber for many of our favorite google products. Gmail, Google Maps, Google Earth, and other everyday google products started out in Labs, but it's the off-the-wall stuff that we may miss the most.

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