Sept 18, 2019 show Sept. 19, 2019

from The Personal Computer Show on WBAI· ·

GNU founder Richard Stallman resigns from MIT. Comcast and cable giants sue Maine over a law forcing them to let customers pay for specific channels. Most of the robocalls you get aren't coming from ATT, Sprint and T-Mobile numbers. How secure is a Chromebook vs. a PC and a MacBook? Benjamin Rockwell on Business level technical support. Hank Kee on a new ATT and Verizon partnership that raises antitrust eyebrows; the iPhone 11 feels like it is more about playing catch-up and What we know so far about the unusual Windows 10 Service Pack 1909. Marty WInston on winterizing personal …



GNU founder Richard Stallman resigns from MIT. Comcast and cable giants sue Maine over a law forcing them to let customers pay for specific channels. Most of the robocalls you get aren't coming from ATT, Sprint and T-Mobile numbers. How secure is a Chromebook vs. a PC and a MacBook? Benjamin Rockwell on Business level technical support. Hank Kee on a new ATT and Verizon partnership that raises antitrust eyebrows; the iPhone 11 feels like it is more about playing catch-up and What we know so far about the unusual Windows 10 Service Pack 1909. Marty WInston on winterizing personal tech.