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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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Ted Landau

MacNotables #1229: Ted Landau on iPad Mini Expectations, iPhone 5 Video and the Microsoft Surface

Ted Landau discusses both what he would like to see and what he expects if the much-rumored iPad mini is announced at Apple’s October 23 event, and what it might mean to the iPod touch’s market share. Ted and host Chuck Joiner then compare their experiences with the iPhone 5’s camera for both still and video photography, discuss the […]

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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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Ted Landau

MacNotables #1205: Ted Landau Examines the New iPad, iPhoto for iPad and Where We Are Going

Just like the rest of us, Ted Landau watch Apple’s announcement of the new iPad with enthusiasm, and that enthusiasm hasn’t waned. While not a major change, Ted discusses why the new Retina display, improved camera and processor are a solid upgrade to the iPad, and the impact it will have on Android and other […]

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Ted Landau

MacNotables #1111: Ted Landau On the Post-PC Age, iCloud, More Touch in the Interface and More

Ted Landau has his head in the iCloud, discussing the challenges of the Mac file system for novices and how iCloud may be the solution. Even if it isn’t, iCloud promises to make moving files to and from your iDevice a whole lot easier than it is now. Ted talks about why this will be […]

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Bob LeVitus

MacNotables #1107 – Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus on Incredible iPad Apps and iPad for Dummies

Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus is back to catch us up with his two latest books, Incredible iPad Apps For Dummies and iPad For Dummies (For Dummies (Computer/Tech)), tell us about why some apps are great no matter how new or old they are and names some favorites and some classics. Bob also talks about his […]

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Ted Landau

MacNotables #1033: Ted Landau Picks Some iOS Apps He Really Uses

Ted Landau looks at plenty of apps on his iPhone and iPad, but there are only so many that make the cut and remain installed and in use. Ted takes us on a tour of what he uses and why, with apps for productivity, news, file sharing, audio and video streaming, Twitter, and more. Find […]

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Ted Landau and iPads

MacNotables #1012: Ted Landau Discusses His iPad Experiences (So Far)

Mac and iPhone expert Ted Landau is well on his way to becoming an iPad expert, delivering a series of articles on his blog on The Mac Observer. In this wide-ranging conversation, Ted discusses why Apple will release iPhone 4.0 so soon after the iPad launch, his thoughts on pre-iPad-launch curmudgeonliness, the iPad “want vs. […]

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MacNotables #901: Adam Engst and Jim Dalrymple Unleash on Keynote Announcements

From the Macworld PodLoft high above the Macworld Conference & Expo show floor, Adam Engst and Jim Dalrymple join Chuck Joiner to discuss Apple’s keynote announcements. In a freewheeling, out-of-control discussion (so what’s new?), the panel argue about the value of geotagging in iPhoto, beat up on Pages, provide some thoughts on the updates to […]

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