Choosing between convenience and security, our virtual-reality future, the viability of voice interfaces, and spending time in outer space.
Apple's venture into public betas, worst-case Apple/FBI scenarios, stealing good Android phone features, and the ethics of rating people.
Kanye pushes Tidal, Apple pushes back on the FBI, what we do with home videos, and the eternal Mac/iPad dichotomy.
Broken phone horror stories, talking to our computers, chronological Twitter order up gives on, and clicky keyboards.
Streaming services we rely on, home automation we're proud of, Apple's rumored move toward exclusive video, and shiny happy customer service stories.
The chances for VR, Apple's best/worst quarter ever, iPad's continuing slump, and podcasts come to Apple TV.
Things get a bit dark as we ponder a technological Sophie's Choice, prepare for our inevitable doom, and embrace terrible software, all before finally escaping to the paradise of the iPad.
How we use cameras, the smartness of our houses, headphones we have loved, and tech news sources.
Our panel of people who aren't at CES this week discuss smartening home devices, the right age for a first iPhone, and 2016 tech resolutions.
Listener submitted topics look back at 2015 and ahead at new year's resolutions, tech in 2016, and the far future. Plus, the first Clockwise Secret Santa gift exchange.