USB-C adoption, Google's new hardware, whether we use walkie-talkie features, and small technologies that have changed our lives.
What physical media we own, how an ideal smart assistant would behave, where we hosted our first websites, and a chat about the Chromebook.
Which productivity suites we use, our favorite features in macOS Mojave, what smart tech (if any) we use in our cars, and Mojave's iOS transplant apps.
iOS 12's most exciting features, our experiences with Workflow and Shortcuts, what HomePod features are still missing, and which iOS 12 and iPhone features we'll be explaining to our non-techy friends.
Dual SIM technology on the iPhone, punishments for corporations' privacy violations, colors on the iPhone XR, and the death of Apple's small phones.
Skype adds call recording, HomeKit's missing features, what we're looking for in a new smartwatch, and what one more thing might appear at next week's Apple event.
How often we use the command line, in what ways we've become more mindful about our tech usage, Apple's addition of AirPlay 2 to the AirPort Express, and what tech constraints have taught us about ourselves.
Our Do Not Disturb habits, the death of Back to My Mac, the rise of Mastodon, and what exactly a "pro" Mac mini might entail.
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.