The Computer Guys make their first appearance of the new decade. We get predictions for the big stories (and the big busts) in Tech 2010. And get your questions answered.

Guests

  • 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
  • Bill Harlow WAMU Computer Guy; and Hardware & Software Technician for MACs & PCs at Mid-Atlantic Consulting, Inc.

Items Discussed on Today’s Show

Google Announces Android Smartphone

  1. Google’s Android Media Event
  2. Google Android Challenging iPhone in Smartphone Market

Women and the Tech Market

  1. Women Responsible for 85 Percent of All Consumer Purchases

  2. Women Outnumber Men Among College Graduates

Organizing Your Email

  1. Zero In-Box

Tablet Computers as E-Readers

  1. Is the Apple Tablet Imminent?

  2. CrunchPads or JooJoos?

Microsoft’s Bing App

  1. Bing App Release for iPhone

Who’s Really on Twitter?

  1. The Pear Analytics Study on Twitter Users

  2. The New York Times’ David Carr on Why Twitter Will Endure

Slow Machine? RegCleaner Could Help

  1. John’s RegCleaner Pro suggestion

Touch Screens with “Physical Pixels?”

  1. Millions of pins on new touch screens could bring <a href="http://mcworld-news.blogspot.com/2008/05/nhk-develops-haptic-display-capable-of.html">http://mcworld-news.blogspot.com/2008/05/nhk-develops-haptic-display-capable-of.html”>big advancements and apps like Braille for the blind.

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