Clockwise is a rapid-fire discussion of current technology issues hosted by Jason Snell and Dan Moren and featuring two special guests each week. Four people, four topics--and because we're always watching the clock, no episode is longer than 30 minutes.

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#147: It's All Zubats Around Here

July 27th, 2016 · 29 minutes

The rise of biometrics, retail therapy to offset the end of the world, AR and Poke Mans, and Adobe's relationship with Apple.

#146: Marvel Has Killed Me

July 20th, 2016 · 29 minutes

Reading comics digitally, smart home confusion, Twitter verification, and teaching programming.

#145: I’ve Always Wanted to Have a French Accent

July 13th, 2016 · 29 minutes

Apple considers an app reality show, unsung app heroes, Pokémon Go, and embracing the cloud.

#144: Rock Music and Short Pants

July 6th, 2016 · 29 minutes

Email policies, the threats of VR, two-factor authentication, and privacy versus convenience.

#143: A Whole New Watch

June 29th, 2016 · 28 minutes

The prospects of a new Apple Watch, upgrading old hardware (or not), requiem for the Thunderbolt Display, and chatbots.

#142: Spare Device or No Dice

June 22nd, 2016 · 29 minutes

Robots analyzing photos, the real chances for VR success, smart home frustration, and the opening of beta season.

#141: Not Even in the Rotator

June 14th, 2016 · 29 minutes

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.

#140: Check Under Your Seat

June 8th, 2016 · 28 minutes

Technology giveaways, freshening up Apple Music, expanding Apple Pay, and iOS dream features.

#139: You've Got to Feed Those Chickens

June 1st, 2016 · 28 minutes

Upgrading old hardware, the relevance of Amazon Prime Video, passing the tip jar for free stuff, and the peril and promise of wireless charging.

#138: You Know What You're Signing Up For

May 25th, 2016 · 29 minutes

Siri API integrations, no Overwatch on Mac, Apple missing the AI wave, and the MacBook Pro's rumored OLED touchbar.