Old School
TechFan Podcast #89

On August 18, 2012, in TechFan, by Tim Robertson


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It’s old school week as Tim sits down with Chad Perry and Guy Serle to discuss the Kindle, Apple HDTV, AppleTV, Twitter, and the purported seven-inch iPad, and much more.

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Lifeaphobic
TechFan Podcast #88

On August 3, 2012, in TechFan, by Tim Robertson


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Why do we only celebrate someone after they are gone? Tim reviews the Nexus 7, but not really. He also reviews the Kindle Touch, but again, not really. Why is Field Runners 2 now on the back burner? Mountain Lion, the Olympics, menu item creep, and much more is discussed.

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Guy Goes Android…Kinda
MyMac Podcast #403

On May 16, 2012, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast


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By Kinda, we mean he bought a cheap Android tablet and seems to hate it. Let’s hear it for positive reinforcement and how a good experience leads you to buy tech items again! YAY! Gaz makes it back from Turkey alive, but the worst part seems to be getting home. Also his daughters are hell on their iPhones. The little cloner that couldn’t Psystar is finally dead and the GMen continue their discussion over how to make an iPad you main portable device. This week it’s external storage options.

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The AirStash
Seagate GoFlex Satellite
The HyperShop 
Guy’s App Pick: Temple Run by Imangi Studios free with in-app purchases.
Gaz’s Pick: No Menu Bar Utility free

Potter-rific
TechFan #75

On May 4, 2012, in TechFan, by Tim Robertson


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We owe Samsung an apology! And a firm finger-shaking Shame On YOU to RIM. In iOS new is RockBand, Robot Wants Kitty, and Lego Harry Potter Years 5 – 7. We wrap things up with the Kindle Fire. It all seems to be Mobile this week!

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Pioneer Elite N-30 Front View

Pioneer Elite N-30 Networked Audio Player
Company: Pioneer Electronics
Price: $499.00 USD

Pioneer, a venerable name in home audio, has come up with a pair of interesting devices to better integrate the audio part of the internet and your own digital music library into your home audio system, the N-30 and N-50 Networked Audio Players. The Networked Audio Players are part of Pioneer’s Elite product line, noted for their excellent construction and superb audio quality. Pioneer foolishly loaned me an N-30 to evaluate. I say foolishly only because I seem to attract products for review that have fundamental flaws that cause me to write far too many negative reviews. Sadly, this is one of them.

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Heated Topics
TechFan Podcast #56

On November 18, 2011, in TechFan, by Tim Robertson


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Tim and David have a heated discussion on the merit and fairness of comparing the Kindle Fire to the iPad in reviews. What the tech industry needs to do to get competitive and make better products is also discussed. Plus, David asks the question: with Modern Warfare 3, has the Xbox 360 reached it’s zenith? And Tim goes through a major change with his entertainment system. And if all that is not enough, some big changes are discussed about the MyMac Podcasting Network, and what is the Stoplight Network?

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The Invasion of the GMen
Pocket Sized Podcast #38

On October 27, 2011, in Pocket Sized Podcast, Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast


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It’s a week of MyMac.com Podcast tomfoolery as many of the shows switch hosts! The Pocket-Sized Podcast was fortunate enough (though that should be taken with a grain of salt) to get Gaz and Guy, the GMen from the MyMac.com Podcast to cover his duties. For some reason, Guy talked about Sharepoint a Microsoft program, while Gaz being more sensible (another grain of salt is required here) talked about his new iPhone 4S. Samsung’s Dutch patent trolling got a bit of a talking to and just why the EU thinks that carrying two cables for iOS devices is better than one baffles them both. Guy knows why most Android devices will never be updated and both GMen are a little perplexed by the change in the name of the Macworld Expo to iWorld.

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iOS Today and Tomorrow
TechFan Podcast #51

On October 14, 2011, in Podcast, TechFan, by Tim Robertson


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While everyone is talking iOS 5, Tim and David look at iOS 6! Wait, what? Plus, GTA coming to iOS, and HP TouchPad Android!

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SugarSync Service
Review

On October 4, 2011, in iPad, iPhone, Mac OS X, Review, by Mark Greentree

SugarSync Service
Reviewed For Mac and iOS Devices
Licence Reviewed: US$49.99 per annum 30GB Storage Plan

SugarSync is the Swiss army knife of online backup and synchronisation. As such the service boasts incredible customisation and control over your data.

Can an all-in-one solution really be all you need?

SugarSync at its core is a cloud storage and synchronisation solution that offers file backup, and access to data across all industry leading mobile technologies including iPhone and iPad. It also incorporates sharing and collaboration functionality similar to that of Dropbox.

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Jackpot!
TechFan Podcast #45

On September 2, 2011, in Podcast, TechFan, by Tim Robertson


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A slowish Tech week finds David still in Las Vegas. Android Tablets are discusses, as well as the possibility of Android on the HP TouchPad. Are we really in a Post-PC world, or has the PC simply evolved? We have feedback from Frank, who defends classic games as being unsophisticated as David said on the last show. Finally, Tim and David look at a handful of iOS apps, including productivity and games. 

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RIP FLIP
TechFan Podcast #27

On April 15, 2011, in Podcast, TechFan, by Tim Robertson


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Tim and David delve into Amazon’s Android App store and disagree, then a short rant on the TSA performing pat downs on children. Also, Cisco has killed off the Flip, and Tim and David spend just a few moments on ideas that no one had at Cisco to rescue the produce, apparently. Finally, Nintendo is rumored to be releasing a new home console system very soon, so the topic turns to the Wii and what Nintendo should have in the next system.

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Kids in a Tech World
TechFan #26

On April 8, 2011, in Podcast, TechFan, by Tim Robertson


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Tim Robertson and Kevin Shea sit down and discuss raising children in the tech-crazy world of today, how you can become certified in Apple technologies, and just how open is Google? Plus, who remembers At Ease?

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Seriously Scary iPad Owners
MyMac Podcast 318

On November 5, 2010, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast

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Guy starts off the show by himself and offers some help to someone looking for a way to transfer all his old data to a new drive and Sesame Street jumps on the App Wagon. Fortunately for everyone, Gaz finds his way on and the G-Men talk about some of the upcoming Android Tablet competition. iPad owners get angry at the flip of a switch and is there ACTUALLY a virus in the wild for OS X?
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Tim Robertson is joined by David Cohen and BeeJay Bhatt to look at the world of Technology. Up first, OWC Radio has continued post-Tim! BeeJay talks Android and his preference for that platform. FaceBook is discussed at length. How Tim is starting to use Social Media at MacSpecialist. And the big topic: the rumors of a MicrosoftAdobe merger!

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It’s MY Idea (The Train Wreck Show!)
MyMac Podcast 314

On October 8, 2010, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast

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is back from being ill but it doesn’t seem to make things easier for Gaz. It starts off a little rough (but Guy doesn’t edit it out because it’s funny) and gets crazy from there. Gaz thinks he may still need an AppleTV and Guy builds a RAID 1 for his iTunes content. Are Netbooks getting killed by the iPad or are they victims of their own crappiness? Android tablets are on the way (eventually), but should Apple be concerned? Would you be interested in a smartphone app that helps you through a museum, art gallery, or other attractions? The Eiffel Tower rents out iPads to do just that. Microsoft is finally putting out Windows Phone 7, some three years after the iPhone.

Tim’s new podcast is ALSO now out. If you liked OWCRadio, you’ll love TechFan and you’ll find it in the MyMac iTunes feed.
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News: Android Gets A Real Virus

On August 11, 2010, in Features, by Owen Rubin

As smart phones get smarter, the chance that a malicious piece of software could sneak into one was bound to happen. And if you have an Android phone, it may already have one!


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Records in the age of MP3

On June 29, 2010, in Opinion, by Shay Fulton

I consider myself fairly tech-savvy. I own the latest Android Smartphone, a literal cornucopia of iPods, several digital cameras, photo printers, and I pride myself on my Pentagon-level WIFI security settings. I was designing HTML and Perl code around the same age I learned the value of deodorant. In other words, I’m fairly certain I could ace the Certified Techno Nerd test, if there was one. That might be why so many of my friends were shocked when I told them that my wife bought me a brand new Sony turntable for my thirtieth birthday (if you are not sure what a turntable even is, Google it now before reading on). Aside from the initial shock that my birthday gift was actually analog for the first time this century, I was first comforted to see that the machine had a USB port – a bridge to the digital age we now live in, and possibly the only recognizable part of the machine for those twenty-five or younger

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