T-Mobile's crazy iPhone deal, the arrival of Windows 10, when advertisements are actually worth seeing, and buying a kid a Kindle.
Special dystopian future edition! We envision the Apple of 2020, fear ever getting in a car again after the latest car hack, complain about autocorrect, and take the measure of the need for Apple Watch apps.
Comcast's streaming TV plan, Reddit's supernova of problems, the promise of smaller iPhones, and a shining iBeacon of hope.
Apple's role as Safari steward, the best Apple hardware ever, anticipating a new iPod, and the next big thing for smartphone technology.
Apple unleashes the executives, paying attention to accessibility, dream of a Mac Nano, and what's the deal with Amazon hardware?
Apple Music's future prospects, whether anyone should use OS betas, the reality of iPad productivity features actually being used, and the merits of maintenance OS upgrades.
Live from San Francisco! An update for the Apple Watch, the iPad gets some respect, the power of preinstalled apps, and Apple's Phil Schiller goes on a podcast.
Renaming the iPhone, dreams of cord-cutting nirvana, WWDC wishcasting, and Tim Cook's EPIC rant.
Quick reactions to the Google I/O keynote, including Google Photos, a focus on bug fixes, contextual machine intelligence, and searching for the next billion Internet users.
We predict this episode is about Google I/O predictions, Apple TV WWDC predictions, our predictions about the future of human interface design, and the predictions we've made that failed spectacularly.