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Expert opinion and argument from the staff of the UK's biggest-selling IT monthly.
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||PC Pro Podcast 229||In this week’s podcast we meet the iPhone 5 in the flesh and discuss Apple’s embarrassment over the iOS 6 Maps app; debate public funding for broadband; and mull over a miniature camera that takes snaps throughout your day. Our Hot Hardware candidat||26 9 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||PC Pro Podcast 228||In this week’s podcast we discuss whether the iPhone 5 shows Apple has lost its way; ask who would pay $99 a year for Office 365; tackle the big question of whether piracy is bad; and report on Intel’s new concept of voice- and gesture-driven||19 9 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||PC Pro Podcast 227||In this week’s podcast Amazon unveils its Kindle Fire HD, Intel touts its latest CPU technology, EE (the network formerly known as Everything Everywhere) begins the 4G rollout, and the UK’s new culture minister checks in. Finally, Sony’s||12 9 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||PC Pro Podcast 226||In this week’s podcast we discuss the first crop of Windows 8 hardware, as shown off at IFA; the recently revealed security hole in Java; HP’s apparent stepping in to teach customers how to use Windows 8; and Twitter’s new plans for beha||5 9 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||PC Pro Podcast 225||On this week’s podcast we discuss the huge fine awarded against Samsung in its patent dispute with Apple and wave goodbye to both Sony’s optical drives and Lexmark’s inkjet printer range. Our hot hardware candidate is the ultra-widescree||29 8 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||PC Pro Podcast 224||On this week’s podcast we analyse the Culture Secretary’s claim that the UK has Europe’s “best” broadband; discuss Everything Everywhere’s head start on 4G; ask whether Windows 8 will boost or harm PC sales; and count t||22 8 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||PC Pro Podcast 223||On this week’s podcast we discuss Google’s taxes, round up which manufacturers will and won’t be producing Windows RT tablets, consider the four-year sentence handed down to an accused file-sharing conspirator and raise an eyebrow at the||15 8 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
||PC Pro Podcast 222||On this week’s podcast: Microsoft drops Metro branding in Windows 8, Kindle ebooks outsell paperbacks, Facebook’s share price takes another tumble and Google pulls the plug on its failed projects. Finally, Overclockers’ pint-sized gaming||8 8 2012||Free||View In iTunes|
Excellent Quality Podcast
OK, I am a mac user and yet I really like this podcast. The presenters are obviously professional journalists and the banter is quite humorous at times. It is particularly well informed and covers all aspects of the PC, Mac and Phone business. I normally get bored with most podcasts but this one has kept my attention for weeks. It rarely rambles and is usually quite fast paced and succinct with the main presenter pushing the contributors to make conclusions and challenging them to decide on and simple good or bad basis - entertaining! Mac fans should not be put off; yes they have a go at Apple - but at least 2 of them actually use Macs for their work! Keep up the good work guys.
excellent, proffessional podcast
clear, interesting..and it slags off Macs...what more could you want?
Not what it used to be.
Having listened to the Podcast from from episode one I have found that the discussions have become far more personal opion and less and less objective. This weeks "Apple bashing, that is what we do" comment was a case in point. This coupled with woeful miss-information on Apple products makes me feel "got at". I like to keep up to date with what is happening in the world of PC technology. Sadly this podcast does not fit that bill nearly as well as it used to.