Can Instagram Reels take on TikTok? What are our favorite low-tech pastimes? What do we think of Disney's Mulan release? What promised future tech did we think we'd have by now? Aleen Simms and Jeremy Burge join us to answer these questions!
Streaming services' Watch Together features, how concerned we are about Big Tech personally, what we buy from online ads, and the riskiest tech in our homes, privacy wise.
Watching video podcasts, our favorite health-related apps, unnecessarily complicated tech processes, and cheap tech gear that ended up being fun to use.
The era of peak streaming services, Apple's blindspots, our work device setups, and the iPhone tips that surprise and delight people.
How staying home has impacted our use of social media, the tech we've ordered since the start of the pandemic, the subscription service we'd recommend to others, and low-tech solutions to high tech problems.
Our strategy for adopting Apple software betas, the future of gaming on Apple silicon, when we'll buy an Apple silicon Mac, and what we'd like to automate for social good.
How iOS 14's App Library will change our app organization habits, our thoughts on Mac Catalyst in the age of ARM Macs, how we feel about the macOS redesign, and WWDC's new format.
Pie-in-the-sky WWDC predictions, Apple's latest App Store kerfuffle, streaming video games online, and the future of AR in light of Bose's withdrawal from the market.
Whether we'd trade up for a new Mac, what we'd track using our iPhones, our excitements and concerns over the Mac ARM transition, and how we're handling tragedy and normaly on social media.
Our use of voice assistants on our phones, mass deleting content from social media, the tech we use to wake up, and companies responding to current events.