April 30, 2009 — Rob Pegoraro, Peter Cohen and David Randall

Rob Pegoraro, consumer technology columnist for the Washington Post, with updates on the tech universe; Macworld’s Peter Cohen discusses Apple’s sales picture and the prospects for an Apple netbook; David Randall, editor of MacRevu.com, on the past and future of Mac magazines.

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April 23, 2009 — Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus, Stephen Baker and Ted Landau

Cool stuff from  Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus; industry analyst Stephen Baker, of the NPD Group, reports on the meaning behind the latest Apple quarterly financials; Ted Landau, author of “Take Control of Your iPhone,” discusses the new features in the forthcoming iPhone 3.0 update.

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April 16, 2009 — David Biedny and Adam Engst

Special Correspondent David Biedny talks turkey about Microsoft’s downhill slide and some unheralded 3D software; author and publisher Adam Engst, of TidBITS, is on hand to tell you the things Apple didn’t reveal about the recent iPhoto 8.0.2 update.

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April 9, 2009 — Jason Snell, Dan Frakes and Ross Rubin

Macworld Editorial Director Jason Snell discusses the iPhone 3.0 software, netbooks, and sci-fi TV shows; Macworld Senior Editor Dan Frakes explains how to choose the right input device for your Mac or PC, and industry analyst Ross Rubin, of the NPD Group, tells you how tech gear sales have been going so far this year.

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April 2, 2009 — Peter Cohen, Paul Kent and Kirk McElhearn

Macworld’s Peter Cohen speaks on the future of Macworld Expo and the significance of the iPhone 3.0 SDK; Paul Kent, Vice President and General Manager for Macworld Expo; security expert Kirk McElhearn on the rumors and reality of the Conficker worm.

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