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Expert opinion and argument from the staff of the UK's biggest-selling IT monthly.

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    PC Pro Podcast 229

    PC Pro Podcast 229

    In this week’s podcast we meet the iPhone 5 in the flesh and discuss Apple’s embarrassment over the iOS 6 Maps app; debate public funding for broadband; and mull over a miniature camera that takes snaps throughout your day. Our Hot Hardware candidate is the Amazon Kindle Fire HD.

    PC Pro Podcast 228

    PC Pro Podcast 228

    In this week’s podcast we discuss whether the iPhone 5 shows Apple has lost its way; ask who would pay $99 a year for Office 365; tackle the big question of whether piracy is bad; and report on Intel’s new concept of voice- and gesture-driven “perceptual computing”. Our hot hardware candidate is Motorola’s irritatingly written […]

    PC Pro Podcast 227

    PC Pro Podcast 227

    In this week’s podcast Amazon unveils its Kindle Fire HD, Intel touts its latest CPU technology, EE (the network formerly known as Everything Everywhere) begins the 4G rollout, and the UK’s new culture minister checks in. Finally, Sony’s Google TV box make its bid for Hot Hardware of the week.

    PC Pro Podcast 226

    PC Pro Podcast 226

    In this week’s podcast we discuss the first crop of Windows 8 hardware, as shown off at IFA; the recently revealed security hole in Java; HP’s apparent stepping in to teach customers how to use Windows 8; and Twitter’s new plans for behavioural advertising. Our hot hardware candidate is Archos’ convertible 101 XS Android tablet.

    PC Pro Podcast 225

    PC Pro Podcast 225

    On this week’s podcast we discuss the huge fine awarded against Samsung in its patent dispute with Apple and wave goodbye to both Sony’s optical drives and Lexmark’s inkjet printer range. Our hot hardware candidate is the ultra-widescreen Toshiba U840W-107 Ultrabook.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

joomlawyer ,

Great podcast

I would consider myself moderately tach-savvy, and PcPro podcasts, as well as their magazine, are aimed at people who know a MEG from a GIG, but aren't necessarily fluent in .html or .css. (I'm certainly not.) The podcast combines a very informed technological focus with a real-world perspective. In fact, they often stop in the middle of a conversation and ask, "Hold on, how is my Aunt Martha going to be able to use this?" or "Will anyone who isn't an insider notice this change?" They usually feature something interesting in their Hot Hardware of the Week segment, and the conversation occasionally gets a little animated, which is actually fun.

Fox Run Man ,

Great podcast.

Great Podcast from the Great Britain. Been listening to alot of U.S. Cnet podcast and want to listen to more podcast from a different side of the world as well. Got hook on the first episode that I downloaded. These guys are very fun to listen too. I hope Video podcast is available as well.
Good job guys, keep up the good work.

Nathanaelc ,

I Love it!!!

This podcast is great- extremely interesting

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