Sept 25, 2019 show Sept. 26, 2019

from The Personal Computer Show on WBAI· ·

The passing of PC pioneer Sol Libes. Amazon changes algorithm to promote more profitable products. Court rules Amazon may be liable for third-party products. Apple is launching a Research app that will allow US consumers to participate in health studies. AMD has been beating Intel in processors sold. Benjamin Rockwell offers guidance on how to use LinkedIn. Hank Kee on Americans deserving greater transparency from Big Tech and just how much power does Big Tech really have? Also, customer-satisfaction scores for Facebook are plunging. Marty Winston on how shiny new gizmos will mean that resistance is futile.



The passing of PC pioneer Sol Libes. Amazon changes algorithm to promote more profitable products. Court rules Amazon may be liable for third-party products. Apple is launching a Research app that will allow US consumers to participate in health studies. AMD has been beating Intel in processors sold. Benjamin Rockwell offers guidance on how to use LinkedIn. Hank Kee on Americans deserving greater transparency from Big Tech and just how much power does Big Tech really have? Also, customer-satisfaction scores for Facebook are plunging. Marty Winston on how shiny new gizmos will mean that resistance is futile.