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We help unravel your computer and tech mysteries on this edition of Vox Pop, as we welcome back Tony Yang of Gig Computers. Ray Graf hosts.

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Today on the program, we have our computer expert Tony Yang to answer your tech questions! WAMC's Ray Graf hosts! 

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Jackie Orchard / WAMC

Today on the program, we have our computer expert Tony Yang to answer your tech questions! WAMC's Ray Graf hosts! 

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Jackie Orchard / WAMC

Tony Yang joins us today to answer your computer questions! WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

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Today on the program, we have two computer experts on the line to answer your tech questions. Tony Yang is the operator of Albany-based Gig Computers, which currently manages the computer network here at WAMC.Also with us is Mark Bogossian – owner and operator of Castle Mac Service in Latham. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

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Jackie Orchard / WAMC

Today on the program, we have two computer experts on the line to answer your tech questions. Tony Yang is the operator of Albany-based Gig Computers, which currently manages the computer network here at WAMC.Also with us is Mark Bogossian – owner and operator of Castle Mac Service in Latham.  

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On the line to answer your computer and technology questions today are Tony Yang and Mark Bogossian. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts. 

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Tony Yang is the operator of Albany-based Gig Computers, which currently manages the computer network here at WAMC. Also with us is Mark Bogossian – owner and operator of Castle Mac Service in Latham. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts. 

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Tony Yang of Gig Computers and Mark Bogossian of Castle Mac Service join Vox Pop to answer your computer questions. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

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Tony Yang of Gig Computers and Mark Bogossian of Castle Mac Service join Vox Pop to answer your computer questions. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

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Tony Yang of Gig Computers and Mark Bogossian of Castle Mac Service join Vox Pop to answer your computer questions. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

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Tony Yang of Gig Computers and Mark Bogossian of Castle Mac Service join Vox Pop to answer your computer questions. WAMC's Brian Shields hosts.

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Tony Yang of Gig Computers and Mark Bogossian of Castle Mac Service join Vox Pop to answer your computer questions. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

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Tony Yang of Gig Computers and Mark Bogossian of Castle Mac Service join Vox Pop to answer your computer questions. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

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Tony Yang of Gig Computers and Mark Bogossian of Castle Mac Service join Vox Pop to answer your computer questions. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

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Tony Yang of Gig Computers and Mark Bogossian of Castle Mac Service join Vox Pop to answer your computer questions. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

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Tony Yang of Gig Computers and Mark Bogossian of Castle Mac Service join Vox Pop to answer your computer questions. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

A row of computers
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It's all about computers technology on this edition of Vox Pop. We'll talk computers with Tony Yang of Gig Computers. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

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It's all about technology on this edition of Vox Pop. We'll talk computers with Tony Yang of Gig Computers. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

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It's all about technology on this edition of Vox Pop. We'll talk computers with Tony Yang of Gig Computers. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

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It's all about technology on this edition of Vox Pop. We'll talk computers with Tony Yang of Gig Computers and Cliff Rohde of GoatCloud Communications. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

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It's all about technology on this edition of Vox Pop. We'll talk computers with Tony Yang of Gig Computers. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

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It's all about technology on this edition of Vox Pop. We'll talk computers with Tony Yang of Gig Computers. WAMC's Ray Graf hosts.

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It's all about technology on this edition of Vox Pop. We'll talk computers with Tony Yang of Gig Computers. WAMC's Brian Shields hosts.

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It's all about technology on this edition of Vox Pop. We'll talk computers with Tony Yang of Gig Computers. Ray Graf hosts.

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It's all about technology on this edition of Vox Pop. We'll talk computers with Tony Yang of Gig Computers. Ray Graf hosts. 

Two Remington Rand employees demonstrate the UNIVAC for Walter Cronkite in 1952
U.S. Census Bureau / Public Domain/Wikimedia Commons

It's tech galore on this edition of Vox Pop. We'll talk computers  with Tony Yang of Gig Computers. Ray Graf hosts.

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It's tech galore on this edition of Vox Pop; it's the computer show with Tony Yang of Gig Computers, hosted by WAMC's Ray Graf.

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It's tech galore on this edition of Vox Pop; it's the computer show with Tony Yang of Gig Computers, hosted by WAMC's Ray Graf.

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