The Tech Night Owl LIVE — Tech Radio with a Twist!
About This Show
From the Genesis Communications Network: Meet the Night Owl himself, the incomparable Gene Steinberg, best-selling technology author and columnist. Get to know Gene, and discover his unique, thought-provoking viewpoints about the technology universe, from the always-fascinating happenings at Apple Inc. to consumer electronics, innovative products and overall trends in the tech industry. Each week, Gene speaks directly to the industry's movers and shakers, including corporate leaders, industry analysts, and regular panels that feature the most respected tech journalists.
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The Tech Night Owl LIVE Oct 22, 2016
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Featured on this episode is columnist Rob Pegoraro, who writes for USA Today, Yahoo Tech and Wirecutter. He'll discuss what's expected from Apple's October 27, 2016 media event, rumored to focus on new Macs, and what might come from it. He'll also offer his personal experiences with macOS Sierra, cybersecurity and the recent hack of Democratic emails, posted in WikiLeaks, which has become a campaign issue, and tech policy and the election. Rob will also talk about the Pixel, Phone by Google, and its prospects.
You'll also hear from Jeff Gamet, Managing Editor for The Mac Observer. He'll join Gene in a brief pop culture discussion, comparing the two visions of DC Comics, and whether the more optimistic TV version is a better fit for super hero fans than the dour movie version. The discussion will move to the prospects for the Apple Car, and whether the focus will be on creating a new car or offering a turnkey solution for autonomous driving to be licensed to car makers. Jeff will also talk about the prospects for new Macs at Apple's media event, expectations for a refreshed MacBook Pro, and the possible fates of two models that haven't been updated in a while. So will there be a refreshed Mac mini, and what's going to happen to the Mac Pro? And what about the failure of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, and shouldn't the company take a few lessons on corporate damage control?