Pandemic tech changes we'd like, privacy concerns over contact tracing, the best (and worst) phishing attempts, and Twitter chastises language.
What's the last video or piece of media that impacted you? What if everyone unmuted their mics in video meetings? What's your typical work setup these days? What tech is getting you through the week?
Megan Morrone and James Thomson are here to answer these questions and more!
The tech our current world situation has made us appreciate (or realize we don't need), what age is too young for tech, voice assistant misfires, and our favorite virtual backgrounds on video chat.
How do we organize our smartphone home screens? What are some ways companies are pivoting in the wake of COVID-19? How have our tech purchasing habits been impacted by COVID-19? Have the "shelter in place" orders affected our tech use? Kathy Campbell and Jeremy Burge join Dan Moren and Mikah Sargent to answer these questions!
Our remote tech troubleshooting tips, the most and least fiddly tech, how the open web benefited our learning, and whether Quibi is genius or madness.
Can Fitbit's new wearable take on the Apple Watch? How do you balance privacy, security, and reaching out to family during COVID-19? Can you use an iPad as your primary device? Should macOS support touch interaction? Answers to all these questions can be found within!
How we deal with old tech and data, what we do to entertain ourselves (and friends) via Zoom and Skype, our health tracking habits, and the weirdest COVID-19 related emails we've gotten from companies.
How technology has helped us with social distancing, how we're coping with media anxiety, our tips for working — and living — from home, and COVID-19's effect on future infrastructure.
The rumored iOS 14 features we're most anticipating, what we'd like to see on the next Apple Watch, our digital (and analogue) journaling habits, and how we handle calendaring, notes, and to-dos.
Whether we've used app-connected scooters and bikes, how podcasts have changed our music-listening habits, how the coronavirus is impacting tech events, tradeshows, and this year's phone updates.