July 30, 2009 — Daniel Eran Dilger and David Biedny

Cutting-edge commentator Daniel Eran Dilger, of Roughly Drafted Magazine, on the dimming prospects for Windows 7, netbooks, the possibilities for an Apple-based tablet computer and lots more; we enter “The David Biedny Zone,” where our Special Correspondent talks about Moore’s Law, Microsoft’s failing prospects, the possibilities for an iTablet and Apple’s latest Logic Studio recording studio suite.

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July 23, 2009 — Jason Snell, Stephen Baker and Dan Frakes

We explore Apple’s financials and the record sales and profits they reported for a non-holiday quarter. These results stand in clear contrast to Microsoft’s declining fortunes, where they suffered the first full-year drop in sales since 1986. Along for the ride are Jason Snell from Macworld and Stephen Baker from the NPD Group; Macworld’s Dan Frakes discusses his new HackinBook.

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July 16, 2009 — David Biedny and Kirk McElhearn

We return to “The David Biedny Zone” to explore Microsoft’s Bing, netbooks, cloud computing and other fancy stuff; author and commentator Kirk McElhearn is on hand to bring you up to date on his transition from a Mac Pro to a Mac mini. He’ll also talk about a surprisingly favorable support experience with — believe it or not — Dell!

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July 9, 2009 — Daniel Eran Dilger, Ross Rubin and Ted Landau

We explore the strange efforts by Mozilla, publishers of Firefox, and Opera to standardize on an obsolete method to present online video content with Daniel Eran Dilger of Roughly Drafted Magazine; industry analyst Ross Rubin, of the NPD Group, explores the uptick in the sales of new Macs and other industry trends; author and commentator Ted Landau with an iPhone update.

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July 2, 2009 — Ray Barber, Jim Dalrymple and Jim Gailbraith

Ray Barber of prmac.com; an Apple Inc. update from Jim Dalrymple, who is now a reporter at CNET; direct from Macworld’s famous test labs, we have the director of the facility, Jim Galbraith, who details the strange test results they’ve obtained from the latest version of the MacBook Air.

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