4G Speed Tests, Cleanup Utilities, and the Death of Flip on PCWorld Podcast #111

Which 4G phone network is fastest? Mark Sullivan tested phones from Verizon, T-Mobile, AT&T, and Sprint in multiple cities, with several sites per city, to get the answer. Spoiler alert: Verizon's LTE wins. Hear about how we tested and more on the results in the podcast. Also, Patrick Miller gives us a peek at the results of his testing of several PC cleanup utilities, and the whole gang joins Tim Moynihan in a discussion about why Cisco killed the Flip.

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CTIA, Browser, and Disasters on PCWorld Podcast #110

The CTIA comunnications show is coming up next week. Ginny Mies and Melissa Perenson fill us in on what we can expect. Also, the gang discusses the disaster in Japan and how technology is changing the way we get information about, and respond to, disasters. If you haven't been following the latest on the browser wars, you might have missed the release of Internet Explorer 9 this week, with Firefox 4 to follow next week. Nick Mediati and the whole gang discuss the relative merits and weaknesses of the latest browsers.

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The Future of the PC on PCWorld Podcast #109

Over the past week or so, the guys from PCWorld's GeekTech Blog have taken a good, hard look into the crystal ball to get a read of what the future of the PC will bring. Join PCWorld's David Daw, Nate Ralph, Armando Rodriguez, and Alex Wawro as they discuss what the PC might be like in 5 or 10 years.

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Bomb-Sniffing Plants and Macworld Expo on PCWorld Podcast #108

The GeekTech crew convenes again for another GeekTech Edition of the PCWorld Podcast. This week, Nick Mediati, Armando Rodriguez, Alex Wawro, and Macworld's Sam Felsing take a quick look at some of the gadgets at Macworld Expo 2011; and talk about bomb-sniffing plants, meat-flavored beverages, and a local pinball museum that got our attention.

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Pillars of Productivity on PCWorld Podcast #107

This week on the PCWorld Podcast, editors Robert Strohmeyer, Elsa Wenzel, and Nate Ralph are joined by PCWorld Sales Director and veteran road warrior Gabe Rogol for an in-depth discussion of high-tech productivity tools and the best techniques for using technology to stay on top of a heavy workload.

Remember the Milk
At the heart of any good productivity system, we identify three pillars: capturing everything, outcome-oriented thinking, and a focus on next actions. Our podcasters explain how they put desktop and mobile software and Web-based tools to work to keep their action lists rolling along.

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The Nerdier Side of CES on PCWorld Podcast #106

The GeekTech Blog Crew convenes again after recovering from CES! Join us as we discuss some of our favorite gadgets and happenings from this year's show. Learn about Nvidia's keg PC, Razer's portable PC gaming concept, and more, and get a taste of what it's like to be a journalist covering the show.

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CES Highlights on PCWorld Podcast #105

CES 2011 is now in the rear-view mirror, and there's plenty left to talk about. 4G wireless, a rash of new tablets, and a fresh batch of Android phones dominated the headlines from the show. But we also saw a massive improvement in 3D technology, both for TVs and for cameras to capture your own 3D images and videos at home. Join the editors of PCWorld as they recap the hottest announcements from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

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