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Preview: The Personal Computer Show on WBAI

The Personal Computer Show on WBAI

The Personal Computer Radio Show is on Wednesday nights at 9PM ET on WBAI in New York City and at 6PM on The hosts are Joe King and Hank Kee.


March 22, 2017 show

Wed, 22 Mar 2017 22:11:11 EST

Chrome throttling background tabs to improve battery life. Microsoft dictates that new PCs must run Windows 10. They are dong this by blocking bug fixes on Windows 7 and 8 on the latest processors. No more Windows Vista bug fixes as of April 11. An interview with Evan Koblentz who runs the Vintage Computer Federation. They will have a festival in Wall New Jersey on March 31 - April 2. Alfred Poor on Wearable Tech. Simple Computer Tip for Busy People by Joe Rejeski. Home Automation from Marty Winston. US regulator looks at IoT regulation. IoT security and privacy.

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March 15, 2017 show

Wed, 15 Mar 2017 22:11:11 EST

ATT suffered a 911 call outage. The Geek Squad might be FBI informants. New York City sues Verizon over FIOS availability. Joe tells about sending equipment out for repair. Home automation and Power Tools. Alfred Poor of HealthTechInsider on Wearable Tech. Simple Computer Tips for busy people. Installing and running Windows 10 from a USB flash drive.

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March 8, 2017 show

Wed, 08 Mar 2017 22:11:11 EST only this week. A simple mistake brought down Amazon. WikiLeaks Releases CIA hacking cocuments. Popular Photography and closes after nearly 80 years. Google Photos automatically fixes white balance. The Photography industry in 2016. Russia-backed malware targets Macs. Google Fiber is taking a new direction. Map Shows How Healthy (or Unhealthy) Your Neighborhood is. Marty Winston on Backup Communications Operating Environment. Alfred Poor on Wearable Tech. Joe Rejeski has a computer tip.

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