January 28, 2010 — Rich Mogull, Alan Oppenheimer and David Biedny

We explore Apple’s brand spanking new iPad tablet computer and the state of Mac and PC security. The security front is covered by expert Rich Mogull and then by Alan Oppenheimer of Open Door Networks. Special Correspondent David Biedny focuses razor sharp on the good points of Apple’s iPad and some of the significant features that it’s lacking.

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January 21, 2010 — Joe Wilcox, Edgar Matias and Daniel Eran Dilger

Tech commentator Joe Wilcox explains why Windows users should dump Internet Explorer; keyboard manufacturer Edgar Matias presents a fascinating history of keyboard design; cutting-edge commentator Daniel Eran Dilger, of Roughly Drafted Magazine, gives you a realistic picture of the potential of Apple’s highly anticipated tablet computer.

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January 14, 2010 — Stephen Baker, Jim Dalrymple and Dan Frakes

Stephen Baker, vice president of industry analysis for The NPD Group, talks about 3D TV and other hot gear; Jim Dalrymple, from The Loop, discusses the Apple universe; Macworld Senior Editor Dan Frakes reveals the most interesting products he saw at the Consumer Electronics Show and his expectations for an Apple tablet computer.

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January 7, 2010: Joe Kissell, Paul Kent and Rob Griffiths

The history of the right click with Joe Kissell; Paul Kent, General Manager of the Macworld Expo, details the plans for their 2010 event; Macworld Senior Editor Rob Griffiths answers the inevitable Apple tablet question, explains why he still can’t stand glossy screens on his Macs and reveals his verdict on the latest versions of those Mac virtual machine apps.

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