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Guy is off doing weird Guy things like buying a car in Florida so Gaz tricks…invites Alex Fox on to the show. Lot’s of Google Plus and other listener feedback along with a good discussion on Amazon’s little tiff with Hatchette Press. A bit of talk about Alex’s Mac experiences and generally everything you’ve come to expect from a MyMac Podcast!

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Guy’s App Pick: He’s not here so he doesn’t get one.
Gaz’s App Pick: SSD’s go an update your system if you can.
Coconut Battery Check
Battery Health Check
Netflix searching
@NewOnNetflixUK
People’s Pick: Karl Madden People’s pick here. I was a little bored the other day and saw this table Tennis game at the top of the iOS games charts. I thought what the heck and decided to spend a few quid to give it a top spin.
Alex LinksAirWaves

 

MyMac Podcast #496 – Nothing but net

On February 25, 2014, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast


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Ah it’s that time of year again where everything seems new! Yep, almost time for the Macworld Expo! What did you think I meant? While Guy makes T-Shirts, Gaz is looking for tech gear to keep track of how far he goes. ALL kinds of feedback this week too. Net neutrality seems to be under fire with Netflix on one side and Verizon on the other. You can bet if Verizon gets their way, the internet could be changed in the US for a long time.

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NewerTech MiniStack Max.
Link to the main story:
Guy’s App PickCamtasia 2 on the Mac App Store. A really great screen capture and editor tool. Not cheap at $99, but is very flexible and capable of being a video editor all on it’s own too
Gaz’s App PickPedometer++ (iPhone 5S only): Heard about this on the Mac geek Gab.
People’s Pick: None this week (ohhh)

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MyMac Podcast #491 – Ready to be Connected?

On January 22, 2014, in Podcast, by The MyMac Podcast

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Gaz is BACK! Still not quite 100% but well enough to put with Guy for an hour or so. They go into how they feel not so much much about connectivity from us but TO us? Ready for every company in the world to know everything about you to save a little money? Don’t forget about the 500th show bumper contest! Get them is or you won’t win nothing.

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OWC Product linkNuguard KX from Newer Technology
Guy’s App Pick: Open Office free
Gaz’s App Pick: Netflix

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Our Favorite Things – 3 Geeky Ladies 15

On December 9, 2012, in Three Geeky Ladies, by Tim Robertson


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The Ladies, along with their guest, 4th Geeky Person Tom Schmidt, share their favorite things.

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Biggest Tech Stories of 2011
TechFan Podcast #61

On December 30, 2011, in TechFan, by Tim Robertson

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Did you top tech story of 2011 make this list? David and Tim have what they consider the top ten on this episode of TechFan! Agree or disagree, let us know!

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Tom @ FirstTech
TechFan Podcast #48

On September 23, 2011, in Podcast, TechFan, by Tim Robertson


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Tom Schmidt from FirstTech in Minneapolis joins Tim and David to discuss what an Apple Specialist is, what they do, and why Apple customers may have a better choice than an Apple Store. Tim buys a new PS3 and overlooks obvious solutions to getting his saved game data to the new machine. Neflix has more woes, as does David with iOS games. Plus, after HP ditches the TouchPad, now they ditch their CEO! All that, and MUCH more on this episode of TechFan.

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Find your local Apple Specialist!

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Scott admits to an anger problem when his iOS devices do not play nice. Howard and John Nemo revisit the way the New Yorker treats their iPad readers, as well as recent changes to Netflix subscriptions. And Suzé Gilbert captures Dallas with TtV Camera for iPad 2.

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Solar Separates
TechFan Podcast #39

On July 19, 2011, in Podcast, TechFan, by Tim Robertson


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David and Tim delve into listener feedback. Netflix, Google +, and Final Cut Pro X are our returning champions. Also, why don’t everyone have Solar Panels on their roof nowadays? And what happened the the HiFi Separates industry?

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Now in 3D!
TechFan Podcast #38

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


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David Cohen and Tim Robertson turn to the iPhone and cool apps in the first segment. The iMainGo X speaker systems gets a workout, Songify, Robot Loves Kitty, Stitcher, X-Mini II Capsule Speaker, and more. In the second segment, Netflix, Google Plus, 3D movies, a new online movie idea, and much more are talked about.

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Apple TV Addict – Pocket Sized Podcast Episode 3

On January 11, 2011, in Podcast, by Scott Willsey

Pocket Sized Podcast has gotten addicted to Apple TV!
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Hello, my name is Scott, and I’m an addict. An Apple TV addict. In this episode, we talk about the Apple TV,  and cover Netflix and Dragon Dictation apps in the App Folder. Also John Nemerovski of MyMac.com contributes a review of a different kind of Pad.

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Apple TV from Apple

Netflix app for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad

Dragon Dictation app for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad

Alupad from Just Mobile

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Kanex Mini DisplayPort Adapter To HDMI 1080p Video w/ Digital Audio
Company: Kanex, Inc.

Price: $69.99
http://kanexlive.com

Apple’s incorporation of the Mini DisplayPort in its newer computers has produced big changes for people who wish to send video and audio-out signals from the Macs to drive their HD televisions with an HDMI signal. Currently, the Unibody MacBook, MacBook Pro, MacBook Air, Mac Mini, and iMac all use Mini DisplayPort.

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