Our favorite iPhones of yesteryear, how paranoid we are about our online privacy, our sleep tracking habits, and where we go to work outside of our homes.
Our frivolous in-app purchases, how we use tech to stay safe in the age of COVID, our thoughts on RCS messaging, and recognizing the signs of true artificial intelligence.
How we work on our Macs, the Cryptopocalypse, our cloud storage regimens, and what is still keeping us from using the iPad as our main devices.
Our excitement and trepidation regarding Passkeys, our thoughts on auto-generated Siri App Shortcuts, the most exciting features announced at WWDC, and our inevitable (?) USB-C future.
Apple software improvements we want to see at WWDC, the technology-themed art that graces our walls, which browsers we use, and why printers are the worst.
How we discover new apps, how we force ourselves to take breaks during the workday, our methods for managing our Mac's menu bar, and the most impressive and useful tech in our kitchens.
Have we all cut the cord? Plus, tech items we can't justify purchasing, Apple's new accessibility features, and how we wrangle SIMs and eSIMs when traveling.
Our computer mousing habits and devices, whether we signed up for the in-person portion of WWDC, our Apple Watch upgrade habits, and the iPods we've owned and count among our favorite models.
The tech we always travel with, things we hope seem slow in 30 years, Twitter's new Close Friends feature, and devices we own that we secretly wish would die.
The video conferencing cameras we use, how we'd change Siri's voice, whether we'd tackle an iPhone repair, and our plans (or lack thereof) for leaving Twitter.