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The Loop's Jim Dalrymple joins us to talk about the saga between Apple and Gizmodo over the story on the stolen iPhone 4G prototype. We're also talking about the iPad's early success and what you can expect from Microsoft's... more

Amanda Congdon, the host of Sometimesdaily, a popular online video sensation, joins Kwass and Jon to discuss her amazing career, current projects and the latest with Apple. You may also recognize Congdon from her work with... more

David Sarno, a technology and business writer/blogger for the Los Angeles Times, joins Kwass and Jon to discuss the details regarding the rumored Apple Tablet computer. He also breakdowns how Google's Nexus One pales in comparision... more

Michael Larabel, the founder of Phoronix Media, a software engineer, and technology analyst, joins Kwass and Jon to discuss the competition that Google's Chrome OS could present to Windows and Mac OS (Part Three). The hosts... more

Kevin Purdy, the Senior Editor of Lifehacker, joins Kwass, Jon, and Ilya to discuss how Google's Nexus One pales in comparision to Apple's iPhone 3GS on this milestone 50th episode. Google has just released the Nexus One and there is a... more

Nicholas Deleon, a writer for CrunchGear, joins Kwass and Jon to discuss how Google's Android compares to Apple's iPhone OS. Deleon also discusses the competition that Google's Chrome OS could present to Windows and Mac OS... more

Annie Gaus, iPhone app judge on Revision3's AppJudgment and blogger on Your Baby is Lame, among many other distinctions, joins Kwass and Jon to talk about some the hottest iPhone apps in the App Store. There are now well over... more

Jeffrey Powers, founder of the Geekazine Podcast, blogger, and podcaster, among many other distinctions, joins Kwass and Jon for his second appearance to discuss the competition that Google's Chrome OS could present to Windows... more

Kwass and Jon talk about how to run Windows on Mac and vice versa by using programs such as Bootcamp and Parallels. Jon currently runs a stable version of Windows XP on his Macbook.

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