November 26, 2009 — Rob Griffiths, Pat Lee, Thomas Ford and Kyle Wiens

Macworld Senior Editor Rob Griffiths discusses the fate of the Mac Pro now that the quad-core iMac is as fast or faster in the magazine’s Speedmark 6 benchmark suite; VMWare’s Pat Lee introduces version 3.0 of VMWare Fusion; Opera’s Thomas Ford presents Opera Unite!; Kyle Wiens from iFixit will tell you the results of his teardown of the new iMac.

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November 19, 2009 — David Biedny, Adam Engst and Kirk McElhearn

A ”David Biedny Zone” encore, where our Special Correspondent discusses Adobe’s apparent inability to cater to the consumer market; Adam Engst, Editor/Publisher of TidBITS, talks about a genuine iPhone virus; Kirk McElhearn discusses his broken iPod, problems with upgrading his Apple TV and why he sent back his Amazon Kindle ebook reader after using for just a few days.

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November 12, 2009 — Rob Pegoraro, Peter Cohen and David Biedny

Rob Pegoraro, Consumer Technology Columnist for The Washington Post, pits Windows 7 against Snow Leopard; columnist Peter Cohen from The Loop; we enter “The David Biedny Zone,” where our Special Correspondent discusses the Verizon Droid versus the iPhone and lots more.

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November 5, 2009 — Jim Galbraith and Steve “Mr. Gadget” Kruschen

Macworld Lab Director Jim Galbraith joins us to discuss the magazine’s test results on the latest and greatest Macs; Steve “Mr. Gadget” Kruschen offers his unvarnished impressions of Windows 7 compared to Snow Leopard, and then reports on his favorite gadgets for the coming holiday season. In fact, he’ll even include a vacuum cleaner in this special product roundup.

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