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The Mac Observer's Jeff Gamet will be talking about cloud-based services tonight, April 21, at the Denver Apple Pi Mac User Group. He'll be sharing tips on using online services and storage, how to get the most out of the services on your Mac, iPhone, and iPad, and how to help keep your data safe.
The Mac Observer Managing Editor Jeff Gamet will be speaking at the Estes Park Internet Computer User Group on Wednesday, February 18, in Estes Park, Colorado. Jeff will talk about this year's Consumer Electronics Show, his experiences at the annual event, what trends to watch in the coming year, and which products were cool or lame.
The smart watch wars are heating up and everyone wants a piece of our wrist. TMO's Jeff Gamet—an avid naked wrist guy—is testing every smart watch and fitness tracker he can get ahold of to figure out which is worthy of a place on his arm. Check out our TMO Forum Poll and let us know which device you think will win his wrist, and also tell us which devices you want Jeff to test.
Ken Ray invited The Mac Observer's Jeff Gamet onto Mac OS Ken today to talk about this year's biggest, most important, and most overlooked Apple news for 2014. It was a big year for Apple, so there were plenty of stories to choose from and plenty for the two to discuss. Mac OS Ken is a free daily podcast at the Mac OS Ken website, through Libsyn, or at Apple's iTunes Store.
Appearing this week on the Tech Night Owl LIVE is John Martellaro, the irrepressible Senior Editor for Analysis & Reviews at The Mac Observer. John discusses why Apple may be letting a few things fall through the cracks, such as the recent late and decidedly mediocre update to the Mac mini, Apple's tardiness in updating its display line and more.
The Mac Observer's Jeff Gamet and John Martellaro paid a visit to Chuck Joiner's MacVoices this week to talk about how sci-fi tech has shaped out world, and what they expect from technological advances still to come. They also debate whether or not we expect too much from our technology, how technology may change our society, and how they want to interact with their computers in the future.
Recently, John Martellaro joined Gene Steinberg on the Tech Night Owl LIVE! to chat about Apple's multiple wars with Samsung and Google. And even a little about the SciFi movie Forbidden Planet.
TMO's John Martellaro joined Gene Steinberg on the Tech Night Owl to talk about an infuriating New York Times article about Tim Cook and Apple. They also discussed how some observers misinterpreted what they saw during the Apple Worldwide Developer Conference 2014 keynote.
TMO's senior editor John Martellaro has made recent appearances on both The Tech Night Owl and MacVoices. Fortunately, he has opinions on everything.
Jeff Gamet, The Mac Observer's Managing Editor, will be speaking at the Estes Park Internet Computer User Group on Wednesday, April 16, in Estes Park, Colorado. Jeff will talk about this year's Macworld/iWorld Conference, The cool things he found on the expo floor, what you missed out on if you weren't there, and more.