Predicting the Apple Watch and hoping for a Retina MacBook air, encryption and paranoia, and the latest in curved screens.
What's attached to our TVs, the prospects for an Apple stylus, Kickstarter as a store, and if the future of artificial intelligence threatens all humanity or is just another pipe dream.
The Apple Car can't be real, right? Plus NSA and Samsung TV spying and Apple's greatest threats.
Organizing your digital photos, managing your money, third-party iOS keyboards, and our desert-island games and podcasts. Plus some emojis.
Converting paper books to ebooks, a requiem for The Shack, Apple's worst product, and self-driving Ubers.
Apple's huge quarterly results, the psychology of Kickstarter, Microsoft's holograms, and technology that cures life's annoyances.
Wireless charging, the future of hybrid devices, getting stuck in a tech rut, and pondering the humble stylus.
Apple's endless quest for thinner and lighter devices, Faux Apple Watches at CES and the rise of Apple Watch fever, the final destination of the iPod touch, and an era ends at the iTunes Store.
12-inch MacBook rumors, why tech hipsters hate on Facebook, selling you a new TV, and the relevance of CES.
In this plus-sized year-end edition, Philip Michaels returns to steal the show from Dan and Jason. Topics include the top tech news of 2014, press apologies, dead technology, job security, crisis management, app regrets, top 2014 tech, anticipation, app rejection, and tech talk shows.