George Costello

Computer Guys: Apps & Tablets

Dec 16, 2012

It is expected that there will be 68.5 million more tablets in this world by the end of this year, providing roughly $29.1 billion in sales

Computer Guys: Data Storage

Sep 16, 2012

On this Monday's Central Standard, learn about data centers and cloud storage. Just how secure is our data?

We'll also discuss Apple's new iPhone5, and the upcoming iPad Mini. Plus, news on new ultra-high-definition television. Join us as we discuss these and other technology news headlines with the Computer Guys, I.T. Pro Thos. O'Brien and Mac expert George Costello.

Computer Guys: Technology News Galore

Aug 10, 2012
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On this Monday's Central Standard, learn about the new Swedish religion with a central dogma that file sharing is sacred.

Computer Guys: Application Permissions

Jul 23, 2012

Have you ever wondered why your flashlight app wants to know your exact location? Why the cute cat video wants to post on your Facebook wall? And how annoying is when your finance software asks your mom for gas money? On this Monday's Central Standard, a look at what we give permission to and why.

Computer Guys: Appy Hour

Jun 8, 2012

On this Monday's Central Standard, join the Computer Guys for Appy Hour. We'll discuss apps that can make your life easier, or provide endless hours of distraction.

Computer Guys: The Internet Of Things

May 14, 2012
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As of 2008, the number of inanimate objects connected to the Internet exceeded the world population. Experts predict that by the year 2020, there will be more than 50 billion things, from animals to toasters, connected to the web.

Computer Guys: What Privacy?

Apr 16, 2012
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In a world where we might all someday wear glasses that check the weather, give us directions, and let us take photos… where do you draw the line?

Computer Guys: Who Controls the Net?

Jan 25, 2012

Last Wednesday, you might have headed to Wikipedia to look up Marlon Brando, the currency in Guam, or (random Wikipedia page). We’re not gonna ask. But, that Wednesday, visitors found a blackout protest, asking them to to imagine a world without free knowledge.