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A Report on Microsoft 7.0 and Google’s Android

Are you ready to upgrade to the new Microsoft 7.0 operating system? If you purchase a new PC this year, you will have to make that decision.  Have you seen the new Google Andoid mobile software? It’s pretty hot!  Tech guru, Alan Freedman, recently joined me on my radio program, The Small Business Advocate Show, to talk about the good and the not so good about making the conversion to MS 7, and we also discussed Googles exciting new mobile platform, Android.  I haven’t upgraded to 7.0, but probably will in 2010, but I have recently traded in my beloved Blackberry for an HTC touchscreen and the Google Android software and I like it more everyday.

Alan Freedman is an original member of my Brain Trust and Editor-In-Chief of the Computer Desktop Encyclopedia. Take a few minutes to listen to this interview and, as always, leave your own thoughts. Listen Live! Download, Too!




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