Gaz is not feeling well but like a trooper makes it to the show. They discuss their holidays, what potential directions the Mac mightRead More
Recorded 25th August 2018 This week I am joined once again by Mark. We do our best to avoid all the rumours and speculationRead More
Recorded 18th August 2018 This week I am joined by Nick Riley (@spligosh) and Vic Hudson (Pocket Sized Podcast, Bubblesort Podcast and more) andRead More
Take Control of Preview Authors: Josh Centers and Adam Engst Publisher : TidBITS Publishing, Inc. Version 1.0 Price: $15.00 166 pages, ebook format OnceRead More
Turbo.264 HD Company: Elgato Version: 1.2 Requires: 512 MB of RAM, Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later, QuickTime 7.6 or later Price: $49.99 MacRead More
G-Drive Slim Company: G-Technology by Hitachi 320GB Price: $99.99 (a little less on Amazon) Requires: Mac OS 10.5 or higher Let’s be honest: theRead More
One of the joys of buying consumer electronics is having to decide whether or not to purchase a warranty for your shiny new toy.Read More
Chad and Tim ramble on and on about Star Wars, Macs, iPads, Green Hornet, Harry Potter Lego Year 1-4, Red Dead Redemption, and much moreRead More
Take Control of Exploring and Customizing Snow Leopard by TidBITS Publishing provides comprehensive information for efficiently and productively using the latest version of Apple’s OS X operating system.
Last week, we interviewed Lee Givens from America Online. He was so much fun to talk to, Lee returns as a co-host this week with Tim, Owen, and David to chat about older Macs, AppleTV, headphones, iTunes passing Best Buy in music sales, the future of broadband, and much more. John Nemo returns with Part Two of his AppleCare Switcher interview. A good resolution? Listen to find out.
As always, we welcome your feedback! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our messaging number at 1-801-938-5559 so we can play you on the show.Read More
First of all, Jef Raskin is wrong about OS X and Windows XP being nearly alike. Believe me, I know people who use Windows, and there is a world of difference and pain between XP and the Macintosh experience with OS X!Read More