How often we shut down and restart our computers, what to do with a problem like Twitter, the fate of all those EarPods we get from Apple, and camera improvements we'd like to see in this year's iPhone.
Most of us use Low Power mode on iOS occasionally, but one of us doesn't. Plus, how much we would pay for a calendar app, Microsoft walking back its decision to drop old Skype, and indie games we have played.
How we organize (or don't organize) our files, whether it's time to jump into the 3D printer market, the tech accessories that impress us, and which batteries we carry around.
How many of iMessage's bells and whistles we use, Memoji's balancing between incredible or silly, what colors we'd like to see iPhones in, and non-earbud competitors to AirPods.
Our unplugging strategies, what to do when you run out of space for physical media, whether we'd let UPS delivery people into our homes, and our favorite and most wished-for emoji.
Surprisingly smart (or dumb) home gadgets, how we discover apps, what we use to print out photos and photo books, and how much of our work we do on the iPad.
Apple's Maps overhaul, Instagram's "you're caught up!" feature, e-commerce via social media, and Apple Pay for public transit.
Instagram's new IGTV, our biggest tech blunders, the Fortnite and free-to-play craze, and smart home gadgets being used in domestic abuse cases.
How Apple will sell its TV service, our favorite announcements from E3, using smart speakers to control smart home devices, and whether AMC's MoviePass competitor appeals.
The WWDC announcements that delighted us, whether Memoji will stand the test of time, the Apple news that didn't happen, and the appeal of attending a conference like WWDC.