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Chuck Joiner, Ted Landau

MacVoices #13175: Ted Landau’s Adventures in Television Buying and Installation

Ted Landauhas been busy over the past few months updating his television. Ted takes us through his adventure in choosing a new unit, deciding where to buy, getting it installed, mounting it, working out the remote and audio options, what devices connect to what, and much more. If you’re in the market, or even if […]

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Chuck Joiner, Bob LeVitus

MacVoices #13173: Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus’ Newest Product Picks and More

Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus is back to give us a look inside his office, and some of his favorite things. Bob talks about a new photo sharing service, Bluetooth speaker picks, his (current) favorite iDevice cases, and what he’s using for audio and video editing. Not to mention lots of fun discussion, a new wardrobe addition […]

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Chuck Joiner, Christopher Breen

MacVoices #13172: Chris Breen’s Hobby, Lawmakers’ Tech Knowledge and the New Mac Pro

Macworld Senior Editor Chris Breen comes clean about one of his hobbies, our (not just his) frustration with lawmakers’ technology savvy, and what he wants out of the next iterations of the Mac OS and iOS. Chris talks about his favorite new software and why we need to put our frustrations into perspective. This edition […]

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Chuck Joiner, Ted Landau

MacVoices #13160: Ted Landau Lends Some Perspective on the WWDC Announcements

Ted Landau has some opinions on Apple’s announcements at WWDC, and gives us some perspective now that all the hype has died down. Find out what Ted thinks will work, what is lacking, and why he felt this was a landmark keynote. This edition of MacVoices is sponsored by Squarespace. Go to Squarespace.com/macvoices and click “enter an offer code” […]

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Chuck Joiner, Ted Landau

MacVoices #13137: Ted Landau on Apple TV, Apple Televisions and a Possible Turning Point in Apple’s Operating Systems

Ted Landautalks about the benefits of multiple Apple TVs (and why he now has one on every screen in his home, whether an Apple television makes sense, and how we all consume our video entertainment. Ted then takes aim at the next version of iOS and discusses what effect the absence of Scott Forstall will […]

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Chuck Joiner, Jim Dalrymple

MacNotables #1304: Jim Dalrymple on NAMM, Music Creation and Production, Perceptions of Apple, and Blackberry’s Status

Jim Dalrymple catches up on his activities at the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) show, and comments on the importance and place Apple holds in the professional music industry from both the creation and production perspectives. Jim discusses some of the developments in digital music tools and how they actually support and help drive the physical […]

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Chuck Joiner, Adam Engst, SMOG

MacNotables #1227: Adam Engst and Chuck Joiner Discuss Their Favorite Apps with SMOG (Part 1)

Adam Engst of TidBITS and Take Control and host Chuck Joiner make a virtual visit to the October meeting of the Southern California Macintosh Owners/Users Group (SMOG) to talk about user group names, some of their favorite Mac and iOS apps, answer some questions and have some fun. (This is Part 1 of a two-part discussion.) The video version of this episode is available […]

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MacNotables #1210: Jim Dalrymple on iPad Dominance, WWDC Expectations and RIM

Jim Dalrymple offers his always-candid perspective on a wide variety of topics, starting with the iPad’s dominance of the tablet market, and ending with an update on the saga of RIM. In between, Jim touches on why Android isn’t living up to its hype, what he anticipates for Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, and The Beard […]

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Ted Landau

MacNotables #1119 – Ted Landau Hardwires His Connections, Looks for the iPhone 5 and Watches Netflix Implode

Ted Landau shares his thoughts on the impending iPhone event and whether the location and timing have any significance, and what the iPod touch is and could be. Ted then addresses the benefits of good, old-fashioned wired connections, especially with home theater applications in mind, two options, and which is good for what. Is there […]

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