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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 PRN.fm. The hosts are Joe King and Hank Kee.



 



January 17, 2018 show

Wed, 17 Jan 2018 22:11:11 EST

US Supreme Court will revisit Internet sales taxes. Microsoft: Windows patches lock up if your antivirus clashes with Meltdown fix. How to fix Windows 10 boot problems. US shoppers abandon PC makers in hour of need. Holiday PC sales grew for the first time since 2011. Dr. Alfred Poor on Wearable and Health Technologies: CES 2018 recap - aging in place technology, market shift from consumer to enterprise and the problem with sleep technology device. A rebroadcast of Dr Alfred Poor meeting with corporate executives at CES. Marty Winston on the data bus.


Media Files:
http://www.pcradioshow2.org/2018/pcrs_2018_january17.mp3




January 10, 2018 show

Wed, 10 Jan 2018 22:11:11 EST

HP recalls 50,000 batteries. The Intel CPU design flaws in a nutshell. Apple iPhone battery. Dr. Alfred Poor reports on wearable tech at CES 2018 in Los Vegas. Marty Winston has a New Year Update of his 40 year maintenance free house.


Media Files:
http://www.pcradioshow2.org/2018/pcrs_2018_january10.mp3




January 3rd show

Wed, 03 Jan 2018 22:11:11 EST

Iran restricts Telegram and Instagram in response to protests. Statement from Apple about iPhone slowdown. Windows 10 power throttling. Growth of wearables expected to drop in 2018. The FCC approves first wireless "power-at-a-distance" charging system. T-Mobile to launch a Pay-TV service. Intel is ending legacy BIOS support by 2020. Remembering computer pioneers who passed away in 2017. Dr. Alfred Poor on Wearable and Health Technologies: Smart Diaper Sensor, Lasers Help Parkinson's Patients Walk, and a Heads-up dive computer for Scuba divers. Hank on Lithium Ion battery maintenance and Alexa. Listening to the Personal Computer Show on Radio. Marty Winston on CES 2018.


Media Files:
http://www.pcradioshow2.org/2018/pcrs_2018_january3.mp3