This week we discuss how the iPhone has changed our lives, whether the Apple Watch has met our initial expectations, how we rely on product testing and recommendations, and a possible brain drain at Apple.
We kick off 2017 by talking CES gadgets like a robot butler and a smart trash can, then move on to our feelings on AirPods and our resolutions for Apple in 2017.
In our final episode of 2016 we review the best and worst and dumbest and most life-changing things of the year, and then look ahead to 2017.
Mario vs. piracy, Mac desktops, a tech Naughty List, and last-minute gift ideas.
How we estimate mobile-device battery life, the wisdom of delaying Apple's AirPods, apps for the Apple Pencil, and sharing-economy guilt.
Amazon's high-tech convenience store, tech trends we just don't understand, gauging our home-tech paranoia threshold, and using our tech superpowers to give back.
The holidays (and holiday sales) are in full swing, but do we partake? We also consider detoxing from social media, ponder the contradictions of cord-cutting, and get a visit from a Mysterious Benefactor.
Go-to travel gear, Apple's mysterious Mac and Wi-Fi strategies, and the future of Jony Ive.
This week we offer a panoply of adapters and horror stories about bad password etiquette, then discuss Apple's new self-publishing venture and the utility of pressure-sensitive computer interfaces.
The future of laptop keyboards, whether VR can be good at anything beyond entertainment, the growing importance of encryption, and a watchOS 3 check-in.