Clockwise

Clockwise is a rapid-fire discussion of current technology issues hosted by Dan Moren and Mikah Sargent and featuring two special guests each week. Four people, four topics--and because we're always watching the clock, no episode is longer than 30 minutes.

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#180: Stargate Problem

March 15th, 2017 · 28 minutes

Games we're playing, anticipating new iPads, video streaming and sharing, and greener grass on other platforms.


#179: So Many People Are Bad

March 8th, 2017 · 28 minutes

Tech companies we try to avoid, the Internet of Home Spying, our personal finance choices, and barriers to better smart home tech.


#178: Artisanal Pickle

March 1st, 2017 · 29 minutes

Lightning versus USB-C, the return of the Feature Phone, space tourism, and unlimited wireless data.


#177: Burn It Down and Start Over

February 22nd, 2017 · 29 minutes

Our favorite workspaces, fresh tech for the cornfield, the gender of voice assistants, and a Touch Bar check-in.


#176: Cool But Also Creepy

February 15th, 2017 · 29 minutes

Wireless charging, voice assistants, bad Kickstarter projects, and stretching your brain technically.


#175: Same As It Ever Was

February 8th, 2017 · 29 minutes

YouTube goes live, Twitter fights abuse (again), Apple TV gets a new manager, and your old photos get a little less real.


#174: Irrational Exuberance

February 1st, 2017 · 29 minutes

This week's release of Apple's financial results prompts us to ponder the future of the iPad, iTunes, Apple's video strategy, and the wearables market.


#173: Old Tech Dies Hard

January 25th, 2017 · 29 minutes

Apple makes surprising App Store changes, the Mac turns 33, the value of time tracking, and screens that turn orange when it gets dark.


#172: Serial iPhone Killer

January 18th, 2017 · 30 minutes

The Nintendo Switch, Twitter security challenges, the death of Vine, and the changing face of Apple support.


#171: Built-In Babel Fish

January 11th, 2017 · 29 minutes

This week we discuss how the iPhone has changed our lives, whether the Apple Watch has met our initial expectations, how we rely on product testing and recommendations, and a possible brain drain at Apple.