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Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus

MacNotables #1128: Bob LeVitus Plays Santa with Holiday Gift Ideas

Bob “Dr. Mac” LeVitus reaches into his Santa bag and pulls out some terrific holiday gift ideas for the tech-oriented..whether that’s you or someone you’re buying for. From music to video, gaming to clothing (yes, clothing), Bob has you covered. Bob also shares his plans for the upcoming Macworld | iWorld, and why you might […]

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Ted Landau

MacNotables #1125: Ted Landau Discusses Sandboxing, iCloud and iTunes Match

Ted Landau gives us a quick course on sandboxing – what it is, why it is good, why it is bad, and why developers are up in arms about it. While not an end-user issue yet, it could become one. Find out everything you need to know about the controversy, then hear Ted cover why […]

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Dan Frakes

MacNotables #1124: Dan Frakes on Tablet Buying, iCloud and Tim Cook’s Apple

Dan Frakes talks about the volume of tech news in general, and Apple news in particular, that has come with the popularization of mobile computing. The iPad has dominated the adoption of tablets, but the other players are pushing new options; Dan discusses where they fit in, and how to make a tablet buying decision. […]

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Adam Engst

MacNotables #1123: Adam Engst Talks to BAM and HAC About Losing Steve Jobs, Flash, Databases, and Lion Wierdness

Adam Engst appearing at a user group isn’t’ unusual, but speaking to two at a time, virtually, and on MacNotables, is something special. The November meetings of the Bay Area Macintosh Users Group and the Hershey Apple Core featured a joint live conversation with Adam that covered the loss of Steve Jobs, Adobe discontinuing Flash […]

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Ted Landau

MacNotables #1122: Ted Landau on Wireless Syncing, iCloud Syncing, and an Apple Television

Ted Landau takes on some unexpected behavior in Wi-Fi syncing in iOS 5, describes a way around what is lacking in iCloud syncing of iWork documents, and reveals one of his most popular articles in the past few years. The buzz about an Apple television is getting louder, and Ted has some thoughts on the […]

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Jim Dalrymple, Chuck Joiner, Hershey Apple Core

MacNotables #1121: An Eclectic Discussion with Jim Dalrymple at HAC

Jim Dalrymple made a surprise virtual appearance at The Hershey Apple Core user group, and took on a wide variety of subjects, including the iOS 5 launch, the state of things at RIM (big surprise), the hacking (yet again) of Sony, why the Kindle Fire will sell, Audible dropping in-app purchases, and his first meeting […]

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MacNotables #916: Ted Landau on the Stealth MacBook Upgrade, WWDC Predictions, Genius Bar Visits and the Java Exploit

Mac tech guru Ted Landau covers plenty of ground by giving us the lowdown on the very quiet upgrade to Apple’s white MacBook and why it is even still in the product matrix, commenting on Apple’s product upgrade cycles, and delivering his World Wide Developer’s Conference predictions. But that’s just the start. Ted’s also talks […]

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MacNotables #911: Ted Landau Discusses Online Backup Services and Analyzes Apple and Microsoft Advertising

Mac troubleshooting legend Ted Landau and host Chuck Joiner engage in an admittedly gratuitous discussion of the sparring going on in Apple and Microsoft advertising before moving on to their personal experiences, good and not always good, with online backup services. If you don’t have an off-site backup as part of your strategy, you need […]

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MacNotables #905: Ted Landau on Apple’s New Airport, Reading eBooks and Downgrading Your iPhone

Ted Landau has been spending plenty of time with his iPhone, making it do things Apple would prefer he didn’t, reading eBooks and more. Ted talks about the new Amazon Kindle app for the iPhone and why the experience has been surprisingly positive and why you might want or need to downgrade your iPhone apps. […]

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MacNotables #903: Ted Landau Renews His Control of the iPhone

Mac expert Ted Landau and host Chuck Joiner briefly wrap up Macworld Conference and Expo before launching into a detailed discussion of Ted’s latest effort, Take Control of Your iPhone, Second Edition, from Take Control ebooks. Ted explains what this book delivers that others don’t, targeting the “motivated iPhone user” who is interested in how […]

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