The Microsoft's Surface Laptop as a MacBook Air alternative, addictive Internet technologies, Hulu's play for cord cutters, and our nerdy enthusiasms. Plus there's a momentous announcement at the very end of the episode!
Ride the Clockwise roller coaster as we discuss the breaking announcement of the Amazon Echo Look, deconstruct Uber's latest bad news, marvel at Samsung's record Galaxy S8 orders, and cower in fear at tech companies taking personal data and selling it to other tech companies.
Facebook tackles VR, Nintendo's emulator shenanigans, moving the Touch ID sensor, and leaving ourselves digital reminders.
Live from Ireland, it's travel tech we wish would die, embarrassing tech fads we've bought, Apple products we want to bring back from the dead, and dream features for Siri and Alexa.
This week we discuss our thoughts on Apple's professional Mac announcement, how often we replace our Apple devices, what tech we take with us on vacation, and which features we're surprised to see less tech-savvy folks use (or not).
This week we freak out about tech failures, internet privacy, and brain interfaces, but also take a soothing break by proposing some new acquisitions for tech giants.
Reading it later, replacing Uber, finding significance in minor Apple updates, and subscribing to YouTube channels.
Games we're playing, anticipating new iPads, video streaming and sharing, and greener grass on other platforms.
Tech companies we try to avoid, the Internet of Home Spying, our personal finance choices, and barriers to better smart home tech.
Lightning versus USB-C, the return of the Feature Phone, space tourism, and unlimited wireless data.