December 28, 2013 — Dann Berg and Daniel Eran Dilger

We feature tech columnist and commentator Dann Berg, who will give us an overview of developments in the tech field in 2013 and do some speculation on what might happen in 2014. He cover such topics as the possibility that American wireless carriers Sprint and T-Mobile might merge, the prospects for the new TV format, Ultra HD, also known as 4K, whether Apple might introduce a connected TV set, and the possibilities for a wearable device such as an iWatch.

You’ll also hear from cutting-edge commentator Daniel Eran Dilger, of Roughly Drafted Magazine and AppleInsider, who explores the fact that the brand new 2013 Mac Pro is a lot cheaper than even do-it-yourself Windows PC workstations. He’ll also focus on the possibilities for Ultra HD, and the fact that, this year, the iOS had five times as many users doing online Christmas shopping as Android in the U.S., according to an IBM survey.

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December 21, 2013 — Jeff Gamet and Avram Piltch

Our featured guests include Jeff Gamet, Managing Editor for The Mac Observer, who will cover the rollout of the 2013 Mac Pro workstation, whether it’s easy to make your Mac’s Web cam turn on without displaying a green light, the prospects for Ultra HD or 4K TV, and whether Apple will really introduce an iWatch.

You’ll also hear from Avram Piltch, Online Editorial Director of Laptop magazine, who also covers the push towards Ultra HD TV, along with the magazine’s survey of the “Top 10 Tech Fails 2013,” and the mobile gear that delivers the best battery life. He also talk briefly about accessory keyboards for the iPad Air.

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December 14, 2013 — Jim Dalrymple and John Martellaro

Our featured guests include noted editor and commentator Jim Dalrymple, Editor in Chief of The Loop, who will focus on some of those silly media stories about Apple, such as chronic misunderstandings of the reason for Microsoft’s $150 million 1997 investment, and one analyst’s statement that Apple and Microsoft might merge. He also covers the future possibilities for the Apple TV and the rumored iWatch.

You’ll also hear from John Martellaro, Senior Editor, Analysis & Reviews for The Mac Observer and a columnist for The Street, who will discuss that silly Apple/Microsoft merger theory, why the iPad Air is a “whole new experience,” the possibilities for a 13-inch iPad and new tablet markets, and why Tim Cook doesn’t have to entertain you. He’ll also deliver a few of his fearless predictions for Apple in 2014.

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December 7, 2013 — Bob “Dr. Mac.” LeVitus, Rick Greenhut, and Rik Myslewski

Our featured guests include prolific tech author Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus, who will give you his opinions about the highly successful OS X Mavericks upgrade. You’ll also hear tips and tricks on getting the most from Mavericks and also iOS 7.

You’ll discover a technology that might save traditional AM and FM radio in the U.S., known as HD Radio. We’ve brought HD Radio’s Rick Greenhut to explain the shortcomings of existing radio broadcasting techniques, and how HD Radio embeds a digital signal to deliver crystal clear sound.

We’ll also feature one of our favorite guests with an attitude, Rik Myslewski, Managing Editor for The Register, a UK-based “snarky” tech publication, who will cover such issues as the recent decision of the U.S. House to approve a law that will put serious controls on so-called patent trolls. He’ll also talk about Apple’s chip advantage with the 64-bit A7, and the prospects for a larger iPad, with a 12.9-inch display, which some are calling the iPad Pro. Will it be Apple’s answer to the so-called convertible notebook that combines a touchscreen with a traditional form factor.

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