Geolocating friends and family, the appeal of Chromebooks, using keyboards with tablets, and favorite Mac menu-bar items.
Wired versus wireless headphones, No Man's Sky and the games of our dreams, hopes for iPad improvements, and the future of the enormous smartphone.
The ethics of copying in tech, buying an Apple car, a pox on Smart TVs, and the problem of Emoji fragmentation.
The rise of biometrics, retail therapy to offset the end of the world, AR and Poke Mans, and Adobe's relationship with Apple.
Reading comics digitally, smart home confusion, Twitter verification, and teaching programming.
Apple considers an app reality show, unsung app heroes, Pokémon Go, and embracing the cloud.
Email policies, the threats of VR, two-factor authentication, and privacy versus convenience.
The prospects of a new Apple Watch, upgrading old hardware (or not), requiem for the Thunderbolt Display, and chatbots.
Robots analyzing photos, the real chances for VR success, smart home frustration, and the opening of beta season.
Live from San Francisco, we're joined by Relay FM founders Myke Hurley and Stephen Hackett to discuss all four platforms discussed during Apple's WWDC keynote.