April 28, 2012 — Geoffrey Morrison, Daniel Eran Dilger, and Ross Rubin

Tech writer Geoffrey Morrison (@TechWriterGeoff on Twitter), who covers the TV beat for CNET, Sound&Vision and other publications, discusses current technology and when is the best time to replace your old set.

You’ll also hear from cutting-edge commentator Daniel Eran Dilger, of Roughly Drafted Magazine and AppleInsider, who takes a look at Apple’s ongoing record earnings, and then gives you his take on the PC and mobile platform wars, and the likely winners and losers.

From The NPD Group, industry analyst Ross Rubin also gives you his views on the latest results from Apple Inc. and Microsoft, and examines the current state of the art when it comes to 3D TV.

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April 21, 2012 — Tonya Engst, Avram Piltch, and Ian Schray

Tonya Engst, of TidBITS and Take Control Books, speaks about the Department of Justice’s antitrust lawsuit against Apple and major book publishers from the viewpoint of a small ebook publisher. She’ll also discuss her latest book, “Take Control of Your iPad.”

From Laptop magazine, Avram Piltch, the Online Editorial Director, discusses the 15 technologies that will be history by the time his newborn son, Isaac, becomes a teenager.

You’ll also learn about the most secure methods to transfer your files from Ian Shray,  Co-founder and CEO of WellRedApps, who will be talking about the release of a new file encryption app, DropKey.

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April 14, 2012 — Kirk McElhearn, Michael E. Cohen, and Dan Frakes

Macworld’s “iTunes Guy,” Kirk McElhearn, brings you up to date on ongoing iTunes problems, and also gives you the full story behind the recent Flashback malware outbreak that reportedly infected up to 600,000 Macs before Apple released a Java security update to fix the problem.

From TidBITS and Take Control Books, Michael E. Cohen speaks about the Department of Justice’s antitrust lawsuit against Apple and five major book publishers for alleged price fixing.

Macworld Senior Editor Dan Frakes also discusses the Department of Justice antitrust action, along with iTunes syncing problems and other issues, plus the best way to recharge your new iPad, which has heftier power needs because of the Retina Display and other components.

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April 7, 2012 — Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus, Jonathan Rettinger, and Craig Crossman

Best-selling author Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus gives you a preview of his new book, co-written with USA Today’s Ed Baig, entitled “The iPad for Dummies,” the latest edition of which covers the new iPad.

Tech blogger Jonathan Rettinger, of TechnoBuffalo, discusses the trials and tribulations of Yahoo!, and also offers an early look at Nokia’s Lumia 900, meant as the flagship smartphone for the Windows Phone OS.

Nationally syndicated tech columnist Craig Crossman, host of the Computer America radio show, discusses his experiences with 100 megabit broadband, and why you might have to replace your network cables if your ISP offers higher speeds.

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