Computer Talk Radio weekly broadcast for the week starting October 8th, 2011. Opening with the biggest technology story in a long time, Benjamin Rockwell and Deb Shadovitz cover the passing of Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple, founder of Pixar, visionary, and dreamer. Benjamin continues with an interview with Nick Bradley of IBM’s global security operations, and their X-Force report. News items beyond Steve Jobs passing included touching on the iPhone 4S, Amazon’s Kindle Fire going for less than cost, Microsoft’s accident with Chrome, and Wi-Fi users not being safe. Benjamin covered printer problems, and iPad versus a laptop in listener questions. Benny detailed what he looks for when reviewing games, and Benjamin closed with the flip side of bleeding edge (which he editorialized on last week).

While the player below includes our PRX broadcast, the podcast for this week in the RSS feed in the right column, includes 3 more segments that went to some of our other stations across the country.