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MacTech Live 139: MacTech on iPad and MacTech Match

Published on May 31, 2012 by in Podcast

Neil Ticktin, Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of MacTech, talks with the JoshMeister about MacTech Magazine coming to the iPad. Neil and Josh also discuss the MacTech Match service, designed to match experts and those who need them.

Be sure to subscribe to the podcast for our upcoming WWDC 2012 coverage!

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MacTech Live 138: Kyle Wiens on Dozuki and iPad Repairability

Published on April 30, 2012 by in Podcast

Kyle Wiens, CEO of iFixit, announces the Dozuki platform and chats with the JoshMeister about the repairability and recyclability — or difficulty thereof — of the new iPad (3rd generation). Kyle also previews his upcoming film, Fixers.

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MacTech Live 137: The MacTech Boot Camp Experience

Published on March 31, 2012 by in Podcast, Video

Get a taste of what the MacTech Boot Camp experience is like. Filmed in beautiful high definition at MacTech Boot Camp Seattle on March 7, 2012.

Check out www.mactech.com/events for more information about upcoming MacTech Boot Camp and MacTech InDepth events as well as MacTech Conference.

Thanks to Varvid for producing this video. Visit www.varvid.com to learn about Varvid’s services.

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MacTech Live 136: OS X Mountain Lion – An Enterprise Perspective

Published on February 29, 2012 by in Podcast

Randy Saeks shares his thoughts about OS X Mountain Lion, Apple’s upcoming version of Mac OS X, from an enterprise perspective. He focuses on deployment, support, security and privacy, and other important considerations.

Apple recently announced that OS X v10.8 Mountain Lion will be released this summer and that Apple intends to move to an annual release cycle for Mac OS X upgrades.

Randy Saeks supports the IT infrastructure for an Illinois school district, has authored publications on enterprise networking technologies, and he’s a veteran speaker at MacTech Conference.

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MacTech Live 135: MacTech’s 2012 Events

Published on February 24, 2012 by in Podcast

Neil Ticktin and Josh Long discuss upcoming MacTech events in 2012, including MacTech Boot Camps, MacTech InDepth events, and MacTech Conference. Learn more about MacTech’s events at http://www.mactech.com/events and see the events schedule at http://www.mactech.com/events/locations

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MacTech Live 134: 2012 Predictions, Part 2

Published on January 17, 2012 by in Podcast

In this second part of a two-part series, Josh Long (“the JoshMeister”) shares Apple industry predictions for 2012 from legendary product engineer and programmer Mike Lee, followed by TUAW editor and podcaster Michael Rose, Beatweek senior editor Daynah, and Macworld.com app reviewer and educator Jeff Phillips and co-host Ty Hayes from the (unaffiliated with MacTech Magazine) Mactechedu podcast.

In this episode, our guests discuss everything from patent extortion, continuing integration of iOS and Mac OS X (including possibly running iOS apps on Mac OS X), upcoming competition from Windows 8 tablets, Mac OS X v10.8 “Ocelot,” Apple possibly killing the Mac Pro, to more fun predictions including an iPhone 5 with a 3D camera and a foldable iPad 3.

If you haven’t listened to it yet, don’t miss the first part of our 2012 predictions show, featuring the insights of Ken Ray from the Mac OS Ken podcasts, Katie Floyd from the Mac Power Users podcast, and Victor Agreda Jr., Editor-in-Chief of The Unofficial Apple Weblog.

Finally, if you still can’t get enough Apple predictions, head over to MacNews.com/blog to read the six-part op-ed series by long-time Apple journalist and news editor Dennis Sellers, featuring Dennis’s predictions about the iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV and “iTV”, the Mac laptop, and the Mac desktop.

What do you think will hit the Apple world in 2012? Will Apple kill the Mac Pro? What do you think Apple will talk about at its education announcement this Thursday, January 19th? Call in your thoughts and predictions at +1 (708) 462-2663 or send us a reply on Twitter.

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MacTech Live 133: 2012 Predictions, Part 1

Published on January 9, 2012 by in Podcast

In this first part of a two-part series, Josh Long (“the JoshMeister”) shares Apple industry predictions for 2012 from Ken Ray of the Mac OS Ken podcasts, Katie Floyd from the Mac Power Users podcast, and Victor Agreda, Jr., Editor-in-Chief of The Unofficial Apple Weblog.

In this episode, our guests discuss everything from Apple’s potentially upcoming TV products, the convergence of iOS and Mac OS X (which could be the harbinger of touchscreen Macs), the iPad 3 and iPhone 5, SuperSpeed USB 3.0, Mac OS X v10.8, the ongoing intellectual property and patent wars, and even wearable computing.

Don’t miss the upcoming part two of our 2012 predictions show, featuring Appsterdam’s legendary product engineer and programmer Mike Lee, TUAW editor and podcaster Michael Rose, PHP princess and Beatweek senior editor Daynah, and Macworld.com app reviewer and educator Jeff Phillips and co-host Ty Hayes from the (unaffiliated with MacTech Magazine) Mactechedu podcast. Be sure to subscribe so you won’t miss it!

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MacTech Live 132: WWDC 2011 Interviews – AEC

Published on December 31, 2011 by in Podcast, Video

Neil Ticktin (Editor-in-Chief, MacTech Magazine and MacNews) interviews Dennis Bilowus of AEC Software at WWDC 2011. Dennis was kind enough to tell us about their thoughts on the announcements on WWDC, and how it will affect their plans moving forward.

This episode is the final part of MacTech and TUAW’s series of developer interviews from the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2011.

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MacTech Live 131: WWDC 2011 Interviews – Fetch Softworks

Published on December 29, 2011 by in Podcast, Video

Neil Ticktin (Editor-in-Chief, MacTech Magazine and MacNews) interviews Jim Matthews of Fetch Softworks at WWDC 2011. Jim was kind enough to tell us about their thoughts on the announcements on WWDC, and how it will affect their plans moving forward.

This episode is part of MacTech and TUAW’s series of developer interviews from the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2011.

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MacTech Live 130: WWDC 2011 Interviews – Soonr

Published on December 28, 2011 by in Podcast, Video

Victor Agreda, Jr. (Editor-in-Chief, The Unofficial Apple Weblog) interviews Martin Frid-Nielsen of Soonr at WWDC 2011. Martin was kind enough to tell us about their thoughts on the announcements on WWDC, and how it will affect their plans moving forward.

This episode is part of MacTech and TUAW’s series of developer interviews from the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference 2011.

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