Completing precision tasks on iPad with Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro, our thoughts on AI in retail (in light of the Wendy's news), Google joining the foldable phone market, and predictions for Apple's WWDC and the mention of artificial intelligence.
Apple and Google collaborate on a standard for device trackers, our thoughts on Bluesky, Google implements passkeys, and whether we're hopeful or fearful of AI.
On this, our 500th episode, we start by complaining about the apps we begrudgingly use regularly. Then we predict the future of phones, reveal our history with dual-booting PCs, and share what it would take to get us to buy a mixed-reality headset.
Our watchOS 10 wish list, the apps we want on our Apple headsets, HomePods listening, and our dream vacations and the tech we'd bring.
Collecting and removing mobile apps, how we begin and end every smartphone session, our new computer migration process, and how we balance our digital and physical lives.
Our thoughts on GM abandoning CarPlay and Android Auto, our most relaxing phone activities, how we control our TVs, and what we've used AI for.
The apps we use for taking notes, the iOS 16.4 features (and emoji) we're excited about, our thoughts on Apple Pay Later and installment payments, and what we hope — and expect — to hear about at Apple's WWDC.
The generative AI we've found the most compelling, our thoughts on Spatial Audio and surround sound systems, whether we think the game console is dying out, and our social media habits in the wake of the relaunch of Gowalla.
How we display and enjoy our digital photographs, celebrating Digital Cleanup Day by revealing the messiest areas of our digital lives, software we don't like but have to use, and our thoughts on replacing aging tech.
Whether we use spatial audio, the oldest tech in our setups, our smart TV situations, and what our Twitter experience is currently like.