Computer Talk Radio weekly show for the broadcast week starting September 28th, 2013. Benjamin Rockwell, our bespectacled nerd, starts the show with the news of the week like the Sudan shutting down Internet access, Google tackling the concept of death, an unnamed video game made records of $800 million in sales, cell phone injuries, and more. Geoff Bullard from SuperAntiSpyware joins Benjamin and they discuss the current layout on the malware front, including some best practices to stay safe, some of the different hacking approaches and more. Deb Shadovitz and Benjamin then discuss the concept and safety of making deposits via your smartphone. Benjamin then addresses Alex’s question in regards to some of the issues in regards to IOS7. Then Benjamin tackles a question from Mark about the Autorun feature, and a common question in regards to dropping your cable TV for Netflix, Hulu and the other internet delivery systems. Steve Keske and Benjamin take a moment to bounce around the concept of who should watch youth and teenagers and their social media usage. Benjamin closes off the hour by noting Apple’s issues on the day of release of IOS7, and how Apple’s servers seemed choked up at times.

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