MacVoices #22009: CES Briefing #2

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Our second CES Briefing runs through more announcements that are worthy of your attention. Featured are products from OWC, MOFT, Chipolo, Kensington, Anker, Samsung (no, not a TV or monitor), Twinkly, Satechi, and Speck.

MacVoices #22008: The Sale of The Mac Observer with Dave Hamilton and Bryan Chaffin

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Dave Hamilton and Bryan Chaffin, now formerly of The Mac Observer, share the story of how one of the web’s original Apple news web sites was recently sold. The co-founders talk about what has made TMO special, how the sale came about, and why they hope the new owners make it a bigger success than ever. Dave and Bryan also talk about what they feel they have accomplished with TMO, and what they are most proud of.

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MacVoices #22007: CES – Nancy De Fays of Line Introduces Three New Products

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In a virtual appearance from the CES show floor, Nancy de Fays, Co-Founder of Line, shows off three new products. The LINE FRZR is a gaming cooling pad that pumps cold (very cold) air into the laptop, improving performance. The LINESTAND is a vertical charging dock with three pads that keeps your devices on the job while staying fully charged. Finally, the LINECLOUD is a new kind of personal cloud that leverages the storage you already have.

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MacVoices #22006: CES Briefing #1

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MacVoices #22005 – MacVoices Live! – Expectations and Desires for 2022 – Window on macOS, More Wants (4)

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Our discussion of what the MacVoices Live! panel of David GinsburgFrank PetrieJeff GametPatrice Brend’amour and Jim Rea expect and want to see in 2022 finishes up with more on the Windows-on-macOS debate, the need for Apple to continually release new hardware updates, and why the iPhone release schedule has become a requirement rather than an option. Some final desires include Apple-branded monitors and routers, and better Apple documentation. (Part 4) 

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