The Personal Computer Radio Show

With Hosts Hank Kee and Joe King

The Personal Computer Show Wednesday October 26 2016 6:00 PM

Dr. Rebecca Mercuri. She is one of the world's leading experts on electronic voting and ballot tabulation. She's also a digital forensics investigator, 

In the News:Remembering PC Magazine founder David Bunnell

AT&T will acquire Time Warner for $85.4B in content play

FCC Reaches $48 million settlement with T-Mobile

Last week the web was broken by countless hacked devices

Yahoo asks U.S. to help it explain secret email spying orders


Ecuador says it cut WikiLeaks founder's internet access,
To unlock phones, feds demand all occupants surrender fingerprints,
HP will cut up to 4,000 jobs over next 3 years,
Verizon Pixel phones will get Android updates same time as Google Pixel,
Verizon to close call centers in five states,
Verizon ponders walking away from Yahoo,
Yahoo applies for patent on mass surveillance system,
Galaxy Note 7, 2 in 5 say they'll never buy from Samsung again,
In Silicon Valley, 40 is the new 80, and ageism is rampant, 


The Personal Computer Show

October 12, 2016 - Synopsis of the News

Samsung kills off the Galaxy Note7

U.S. top court hears Apple-Samsung feud over iPhone designs

Best Buy Slapped With Big Fine for Selling Recalled Products

FCC fines Comcast $2.3 million for shady billing practices

Reseller stiffed thousands with suddenly lower quotes

Yahoo Making It Harder for Users to Move On

Google –Class-action lawsuit of discriminating against older employees

Google for Work has a new name: G Suite –

NSA Contractor Arrested in Possible New Theft of Secrets

Consumer Review Fairness Act of 2016

Fujitsu considers selling its PC business to Lenovo

New Bluetooth 5.0 Standards

New Ethernet standards using cables you already own


Yahoo reportedly gave US government access to all users' emails

Security analyst says Yahoo!, Dropbox, LinkedIn, Tumblr all popped by same gang

HP backtracks on third-party ink cartridges, reserves right to lock them out it in the future

Termination fees for terminated people now against the law

Ludicrous Patent of the Week: Rectangles on a computer screen

Melinda Gates' initiative is about getting more women into STEM

PRODUCT REVIEW - Antop AT-100 Indoor TV Antenna 


Google Andromeda OS

Running Android Apps on the Chromebook

Dell XPS 13 Misleading Ad  'Weightless, Borderless, Limitless'

HDD 1 TB vs SSD 1 TB Pricing Differential

OneDrive's file will return to Windows 10 as On-Demand Sync

IT workers brace for outsourcing, layoffs at Chicago Health Care Service Corporation

University of California’s outsourcing is wrong, says U.S. lawmaker

Court ruling puts future of H-1B lottery in doubt



The Personal Computer Show
Summary Review:

LinkNYC ends web browsing at kiosks, 
Gmail outage for business users, 
Justice Department planning  expansion of government hacking, 
Internet of Things security flaws and Congressional review, 
HP printers bans third-party ink, 
Cord cutting cable TV and landline telephones, 
and Apple seeks patent for paper bag.


Debunking the iPhone7 Camera, Belkin Introduces Lightning Audio+Charge for iPhone 7, HP buys Samsung's printer business, Barebone System Follow-Up, “I Procrastinated!” – Can I still get the free Windows 10 Upgrade?, How To- Re-install the Free Upgraded Windows 10 System, How To– Replacing the Hard Disk Drive with a Solid State Drive 

September 7, 2016 Broadcast- Personal Computer Show, In The Computing News, Apple iPhone 7 Announcement,  Apple Watch Announcement, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 Recall, Bureau of Labor Statistics Workforce Report, Tech Corner,   Anatomy of a Computer - Barebone PC, Why do lithium batteries explode? Discussion Topic,  Ageism in the Job Market

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