The apps we use for taking notes, the iOS 16.4 features (and emoji) we're excited about, our thoughts on Apple Pay Later and installment payments, and what we hope — and expect — to hear about at Apple's WWDC.
The generative AI we've found the most compelling, our thoughts on Spatial Audio and surround sound systems, whether we think the game console is dying out, and our social media habits in the wake of the relaunch of Gowalla.
How we display and enjoy our digital photographs, celebrating Digital Cleanup Day by revealing the messiest areas of our digital lives, software we don't like but have to use, and our thoughts on replacing aging tech.
Whether we use spatial audio, the oldest tech in our setups, our smart TV situations, and what our Twitter experience is currently like.
How we decide which companies get our data, how we manage our personal music collections, our thoughts on iPhone and Apple ID security, and the last time we felt like a clueless technophobe.
How we listen to digital music, would we pay for increased account security, keeping our devices clean, and Apple's pricey upgrade costs.
How we'd add AI technology to our tasks, our non-starter factors for buying an electric car, the device screen sizes we think Apple should consider, and how we're using climate data to automate our smart homes.
Our experiences with modern day Internet search, what we're doing with AI tools, actors and AI voice generation, and our favorite Black technologists.
Our thoughts on an app aiming to be “the TikTok for text,” whether we're bothered by AI-generated content when it's accurate and useful, Apple's rumored foldable iPad, and our home speaker setups.
Whether we spec up our Macs, our philosophy on menu bars, what we use for pointing devices, and our screen sizes of choice.