August 27, 2009 — Galen Gruman, Daniel Eran Dilger and Thomas Ford

Snow Leopard is shipping this week, and the tech media is already busy writing reviews about Apple’s latest system upgrade. In that tradition, we present Galen Gruman, Executive Editor of InfoWorld and cutting-edge columnist Daniel Eran Dilger, of Roughly Drafted Magazine; Thomas Ford, from Opera, discusses new features, including a major interface redesign, for Opera 10.

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August 20, 2009 — David Pogue, Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus and David Biedny

David Pogue, from The New York Times, discusses his latest book, “The World According to Twitter”and lots of other stuff; a Mac update from the inimitable Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus; Special Correspondent David Biedny examines the death of PowerPC apps and a great new iPhone app that he has devoted hours to in recent weeks.

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August 13, 2009 — Kirk McElhearn, Matthew Dornquast and Adam Engst

Author Kirk McElhearn rants about the difficulties getting an English license for Adobe’s Creative Suite software in France; Matthew Dornquast discusses the company’s CrashPlan automatic backup solution; TidBITS Editor/Publisher Adam Engst on Microsoft’s loss in a patent lawsuit that may prevent them from selling Word.

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August 6, 2009 — Joe Wilcox, Rich Mogull and Peter Cohen

Tech commentator and former industry analyst Joe Wilcox explores the ins and outs of the infamous Ya-Bing (Microsoft/Yahoo) deal; receive a security update from noted guru Rich Mogull; Macworld’s Peter Cohen, the Game Room guy, discusses the departure of Google’s CEO from Apple’s Board and other hot topics.

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