Smart home automations, creativity in the time of pandemic, our Black Friday habits, and the impact of the latest improvements to Shortcuts.
Apple's reducing its App Store commission, new gaming consoles are here, the tech that brings us joy, and how we're coping with celebrations in the year that is 2020.
The tasks we still do analog instead of digital, the lack of touch interfaces on Apple's new Macs, is this the end of speeds and feeds, and whether we can live with just two ports on our computers.
What has us excited about Apple Silicon Macs, the iPhones we're currently using, our smartphone photography habits, and the tech we want but know we'll never use.
Our search engine habits and whether we'd change them, our thoughts and fears re: autonomous driving, rumors of reverse charging on iPhone 12, and how we feel about Facebook logins for Oculus.
Google in the government's antitrust crosshairs, politicians streaming video games, our cloud storage habits, and what the heck is going on with 5G.
What Apple didn't announce this week, whether the smartphone is ready to be our only computer, the portless iPhone of the future, and how we decide which iPhone to buy.
Apple event expectations, paying for cable even when we're not, early tech adoption, and the home gear we wish were smarter.
Amazon's Ring's Always Home Cam drone, how the pandemic has affected our social media habits, our thoughts on online services outages, and a technology retrospective.
Homescreen customization, favorite iOS 14 features and bugs, the devices on which we work, and vintage tech we coveted.