This week on the PC World Podcast, editors Robert Strohmeyer, Tim Moynihan, Ed Albro, and Melissa Perenson discuss and debate the emergence of malware for Macs. Sure, you have to download a pirated copy of iWork to get infected, but could this be a harbinger of worse threats for Mac users?
We're not saying the Internet is a flawless source of information, but sometimes the Web gets it wrong. Our round table talks about some of the funniest online news screwups in recent history.
Jaunty Jackalope, the latest version of Ubuntu Linux, is now available in its final release. Robert Strohmeyer talks about some of its new features.
To wrap things up, Melissa Perenson explains how newly added Amazon video-on-demand features will beef up Panasonic HDTVs. Plus, what the advent of high-end firmware updates means to value-conscious consumers.