We have two significant topics to discuss with Macworld editorial director Jason Snell in this episode of the podcast. First, Jason and I talk about News Corp’s The Daily news app. We then discuss his experience with the Verizon iPhone—a phone he’s had on the QT for the last several days.
What's the future of the Mac? On Thursday at Macworld 2011 I discussed the question with a panel of smart people: Daring Fireball's John Gruber, TidBits publisher Adam Engst, and Macworld's own Dan Moren. Join us for an interesting, intelligent discussion about where Apple may take the Mac in the future.
The Macworld Podcast feed is providing the audio version of a video broadcast from the show floor:
From Thursday on the floor of Macworld 2011, it's a special live version of Mac Pundit Showdown! Philip Michaels hosts the panel, which features Glenn Fleishman, Lex Friedman, Paul Kafasis, and Dan Moren. Let the punditry begin!
Please note that a brief technical glitch wiped out one of Phil's questions. We've inserted a note at the appropriate point.
It’s not every day that Apple adds a new carrier partner in the U.S. So with Tuesday’s news that Verizon will offer a CDMA-based iPhone 4 beginning in February, we roll out a special episode of the Macworld Podcast a day early to discuss what this means for Apple, Verizon, and smartphone users.
I’m joined by Macworld editorial director Jason Snell—fresh off his live-blogging duties from Tuesday’s Verizon press event—as well senior associate editor Dan Moren and frequent Macworld contributor Glenn Fleishman. We discuss the details of Verizon’s iPhone 4, talk about the relative merits of Verizon and AT&T, and walk you through the alphabet soup of wireless standards that include CDMA, GSM, and LTE.
On Wednesday morning, Apple launched the Mac App Store. A pack of distinguished Macworld editors—including Jason Snell, Roman Loyola, Dan Moren, and David Chartier—have spent the better part of the day scouring the new store. They’re now here with their audio impressions.
We wrap up this year's Macworld Podcasts with a return to the world of the Macworld Pundit Showdown, our silly game show where pundits vie for points awarded for their quality punditry. I'll be hosting for Philip Michaels, who is still on leave. Our episode's four pundits are beloved technology columnist Andy Ihnatko, Tidbits publisher Adam Engst, Crazy Apple Rumors' John Moltz, and Macworld's own Dan Moren. Let the punditry begin!