January 29, 2011 — Kirk McElhearn, John Martellaro and Avram Piltch

Author and commentator Kirk McElhearn on the Mac App Store: columnist John Martellaro, of The Mac Observer, offers insights on why Apple will prosper even if Steve Jobs leaves the company;  Avram Piltch, the Online Editorial Director from Laptop magazine, discusses wireless carrier tyranny.

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January 22, 2011 — Stephen Baker and Daniel Eran Dilger

We explore the surprising decision by Apple CEO Steve Jobs to take another medical leave, of unknown duration, leaving COO Tim Cook in charge of the company’s day-to-day affairs. We also examine the meaning behind Apple’s record-breaking sales figures for the 2010 holiday quarter. Guests include industry analyst Stephen Baker, from the NPD Group, and cutting-edge columnist Daniel Eran Dilger, of Roughly Drafted Magazine and AppleInsider.

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January 15, 2011 — Dan Moren, Peter Cohen, and Nic Vargus

On this week’s all-star episode, we explore the impending arrival of the iPhone on the Verizon Wireless network, what it means for Apple customers, and whether current AT&T customers can expect a better deal. Along for the ride are Macworld Senior Editor Dan Moren, commentator Peter Cohen, of the “Angry Mac Bastards” radio show and The Loop, and Nic Vargus, Associate Editor for Mac|Life.

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January 8, 2011 — Joe Kissell, Jason Snell and Steven Levy

Author Joe Kissell joins Gene to talk about the myths and the reality of the paperless office; Macworld Editorial Director Jason Snell brings you up to date on Apple’s new Mac App Store; author and commentator Steven Levy, a Wired Magazine Senior Writer, talks about some of the announcements at the Consumer Electronics show.

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January 1, 2011 — Joe Wilcox, Stephen Baker and Rob Pegoraro

Gene spars with outspoken commentator Joe Wilcox on Google TV and Android OS smartphones; industry analyst Stephen Baker, of the NPD Group, looks at the hits and misses of 2010; consumer technology columnist Rob Pegoraro, of the Washington Post, separates the fact from the fiction on the controversial net neutrality issue.

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