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.
Live from WWDC at San Jose, California: Apple's AR ambitions, tracking your Screen Time on iOS, mobile apps on the Mac, and Siri's new Shortcuts.
How we edit our photos for sharing, Snapchat's platform play, the macOS features we'd like to see at WWDC, and whether or not we still use that crazy little thing called email.
How we consume music these days, why people are grumpy about Apple, Apple's privacy download tool, and what we'd like to see across platforms at WWDC.
DirecTV's new cloud DVR feature, iPhone SE 2 features we'd like to see, Microsoft's iPad competitor, and how we'd like Apple to improve notifications in iOS 12.
Google's nifty/creepy AI phone calls, the iMac turns 20, Apple's security feature that disables USB on the iPhone, and the state of developer's percentage on app sales.
Add-on lens solutions for smartphones, Facebook using AI to detect hate speech, how tech can improve our medical lives, and the tricky ethics of video doorbells.
Our obsessive tech hobbies and pastimes, the attraction of clicky keyboards, what SmugMug's Flickr acquisition means, and whether a faux analogue digital camera appeals to us.
Our worries over Twitter's third-party API restrictions, favorite Mac menu bar apps, Apple's subscription news service, and how Facebook's new privacy controls change our feelings, if at all.
Our email setups, whether we think there are viable Facebook alternatives, our feelings on Uber expanding into other forms of transportation, and will there ever be a social media platform we can trust completely?