November 26, 2011 — Peter Cohen, Kirk McElhearn, and John Martellaro

We bring back outspoken commentator Peter Cohen, of the “Angry Mac Bastards” radio show and Executive Editor for The Loop, who will focus on the ongoing issues with Apple’s iTunes Match and will also offer some offhand observations about the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet.

Author and commentator Kirk McElhearn tells you why Apple won’t let him use iTunes Match on his desktop computer, and he’ll continue to detail his ongoing and curious Mac hardware problems.

You’ll also hear from John Martellaro, a Senior Editor for The Mac Observer, who will cover the curious troubles he encountered upgrading his DirecTV DVR, and the surprising results of his investigation into the alleged malware problem on the Google Android mobile platform.

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November 19, 2011 — Dan Moren, Adam Engst, and Sascha Segan

We focus on the arrival and teething pains of iTunes Match, and how the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet stacks up against the latest Barnes & Noble Nook and, of course, Apple’s iPad. We’ll even cover your humble host’s totally irritating issues in making iTunes Match work on an iPhone.

Along for the ride are Dan Moren, from Macworld, Adam Engst from TidBITS and Take Control Books, and Sascha Segan, Lead Mobile Analyst for PCMag.com.

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November 12, 2011 — Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus, Kirk McElhearn, Jeremiah Fowler, and Daniel Eran Dilger

Prolific author Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus discusses the forthcoming iTunes Match from Apple, and his continuing quest to find a replacement for Intuit’s Quicken, a personal finance app, on his Mac.

Commentator Kirk McElhearn is in rant mode as he complains about problem’s he’s had with Apple support in resolving iCloud issues.

From ZeoBIT, spokesperson Jeremiah Fowler describes the major features of the company’s all-in-one Mac utility, MacKeeper.

Daniel Eran Dilger, from Roughly Drafted Magazine and AppleInsider, returns to address the iPhone 4S battery woes, Apple’s recent fix, and Adobe’s decision to stop developing Flash for mobile gadgets, such as Android smartphones, and the BlackBerry PlayBook.

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November 5, 2011 — Dan Moren, Ross Rubin, and Avram Piltch

Macworld’s Dan Moren delivers an Apple update in which we talk about the forthcoming iTunes Match service, which missed its end of October deadline, the prospects for an iTV, or Apple connected TV, and other hot topics.

Ross Rubin, an industry analyst for the NPD Group, talks about sales trends, the possibilities for an Apple connected TV, and whether 3D TV is ever going to catch on.

You’ll hear a mobile gadget update from Avram Piltch, Online Editorial Director of Laptop magazine, who will cover the trials and tribulations of Research In Motion, makers of the BlackBerry, and the prospects for the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet.

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