Bill Gates has retired from Microsoft, but have no fear — The Computer Guys are still on the job. They stop by to update you on new and improved Internet browsers, operating systems, and Internet service providers. And, from photo identification to forwarded phone calls, find out about technologies that can help your vacation run more smoothly.

Guests

  • Bill Harlow Hardware and Software Technician for MACs & PCs, Mid-Atlantic Consulting, Inc.; and WAMU Guest Computer Guy
  • John Gilroy WAMU Computer Guy; and Director of Business Development at SolutionsDevelopers
  • Allison Druin WAMU Computer Gal; and Director of the Human-Computer Interaction Lab at the University of Maryland

Is the $199 iPhone a good deal?
Here Come The New iPhone Apps

Traffic + Wi-Fi + GPS
Dash Express GPS

You’ll never forget where that picture was taken
Eye-Fi Photo Card
ATP GPS Photo Finder
Carnegie Mellon: Geolocation Method Leverages Power of Flickr Image Collection

How much electricity do computers use?
Ask Mr. Electricity!

Bill wants a $5,000 Camera
The Nikon D3 Digital SLR

Glasnost
Test if your ISP is manipulating BitTorrent traffic

More GPS
Google Maps for mobile

iPhone Competitor
Samsung Instinct

Facebook is beating MySpace
According to Comscore

Mac OS 10.6
Snow Leopard

Streaming Internet Radio
Roku Soundbridge

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