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12 Dec 2018

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    Episode 44: Google I/O roundup covering Assistant, Lens, Photos, and more

    PCWorld editors Jon Phillips, Mark Hachman, and Michael Simon go over some of the biggest news out of Google I/O 2017. Starting with Google Assistant's new features, moving to Google Lens and how it is a souped up Google Goggles, and finishing with Google Photos updates. The Right or Wrong segment asks the question: "Is it ok that Google I/O was a quiet event?"

  • Posted on 19 May 2017

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    Episode 43: Microsoft Surface Laptop, Windows 10 S, Samsung Galaxy S8, and Twitter shows

    On Episode 43 of the PCWorld Show, the gang talks about Surface Laptop, Windows 10 S, Galaxy S8 and Twitter's new video ambitions.

  • Posted on 04 May 2017

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    Episode 42: Windows 10 Creators Update arrives, Samsung unveils the GS8, Intel Optane, and more

    This week, Jon Phillips, Melissa Riofrio and Mark Hachman reveal the coolest features in the new Windows 10 Creators Update; talk about what makes the Samsung Galaxy S8 so appealing; and lament the broken promises of Intel Optane. The gangs ends the show with a debate on whether the Galaxy S8 can help people forget about Samsung's boom-boom battery problems.

  • Posted on 29 Mar 2017

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    Episode 41: The other Ryzen shoe drops, Samsung S8 and Apple squeezes out more iPads.

    This week Jon Phillips, Gordon Mah Ung and Jason Cross talk about AMD's crazy powerful, and crazy cheap Ryzen CPUs, detail the latest on the Samsung S8 and yawn about Apple's new iPad. In this week's Right or Wrong: Can you survive on a 12-hour flight without your laptop and tablet?

  • Posted on 22 Mar 2017

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    Episode 40: Android Apps On Chromebook, EVGA's Radical Card, Intel Coffee Lake, and Pokemon Go.

    This week Jon Phillips, Gordon Mah Ung and Melissas Riofrio show and tell a Samsung Chromebook that runs Android apps out of the box and EVGA's latest GeForce GTX 1080 that goes overboard on the cooling. The PCWorld crew also tells you if Moore's Law is dead. In this week's Right or Wrong: will new Pokemon's reanimate the excitement or not.

  • Posted on 15 Feb 2017

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