Podcasting

Ted Landau

MacNotables #1126: Ted Landau on iTether, the Death of CDs, and Ultraviolet

Ted Landau discusses the now-you-see-it-now-you-don’t saga of iTether and whether the story was important or just an honest mistake. Compact disc sales continue to decline, but is the CD’s time really over? Ted talks about where things stand and how the CD will live on for some uses. If CDs are dying, what about movie […]

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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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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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Ted Landau

MacNotables #1120: Ted Landau on the Upgrade to iOS 5, More Netflix News, iPhone Carrier Contracts, and Steve Jobs

Ted Landau offers some thoughts on the emotional reaction we have all had to the passing of Steve Jobs, then turns toward the future, and the impending release of iOS 5. What he’s looking forward to most, how the upgrade will go, and what to expect are all part of the discussion before Ted delivers […]

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Jim Dalrymple

MacNotables #1109: Jim Dalrymple’s Take on RIM, Nokia and Microsoft, Flash, Android and Skype

Jim Dalrymple of The Loop has some strong opinions on the PlayBook, the BlackBerry, and how RIM dropped the ball, and shares them, along with some thoughts on the Nokia-Microsoft partnership. There’s plenty of controversy in the mobile market, and Jim provides some insight on Flash’s place in it and how Android is or isn’t […]

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MacNotables #946: Adam and Tonya Engst Celebrate TidBITS #1000 with a Look Back and Behind-the-Scenes (Part 2)

In Part 2 of our interview with Adam and Tonya Engst, we continue our look at the 1,000th issue of TidBITS. Adam and Tonya discuss the benefits of their new web site architecture for both their readers and their contributors, and how it fits into their expansion of all manner of distribution methods, including their […]

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MacNotables #929: Dennis Sellers on Steve Job’s Return, the Vizio Sound Bar and Changes at Macsimum News

Dennis Sellers delivers a balanced perspective on Steve Job’s return to work, medical disclosure and SEC regulations, reviews the Vizio Sound Bar for those who want surround sound without the wires and talks about the new face…er…voice of the Macsimum Podcast.

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MacNotables #831: Andy Ihnatko on New Media, Politics and Advice for Would-Be Journalists

It isn’t often that Andy Ihnatko lets his guard down and talks seriously about his methods, his mindset and his career. This is one of those rare times. Andy discusses “new media” and why it really isn’t that new, how the current political process is being affected by new media (or vice versa), and what […]

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MacNotables #814: The iPhone As A New Platform, the iPhone Apps Store and More with Adam Engst and Chuck Joiner

Adam Engst and Chuck Joiner continue their review of the iPhone SDK. Adam explains why he believes the iPhone is more useful in urban areas, Chuck brings up Apple’s 30% cut of gross sales in the upcoming iPhone Apps Store and the two discuss the enterprise aspects of the announcement. Adam provides perspective from the […]

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