The return of our pandemic tech setups, our thoughts on Citizen's premium Protect offering, whether we've replaced complicated tech with something less complicated, and how we do — or don't — stream audio throughout our homes.
What services we've added (or subtracted) during the pandemic, our Twitter bits that deserve to be shows, what companies we would de-IPO, and the travel tech we find indispensable.
How we manage email spam, the tools we use that have changed how we complete tasks, tech decluttering, and how we fix privacy problems like Pegasus.
The input devices we use, how much of our work happens in the cloud, form vs. function in our tech purchases, and the details that Apple sweats (and the ones it doesn't).
Pokémon Go, our biggest tech gear ROI, the tech we take on vacation, and whether we'd rather have a time machine or a transporter.
How we handle email, the potential of Shortcuts on the Mac, our latest tech delights, and whether we prefer our social media to be fed to us by the algorithm.
Apps and tech we use to fall asleep, our tech pickiness, our single- or multi-monitor setups, and interface changes we've never gotten used to.
Apple's new podcast subscriptions, our favorite under-the-radar WWDC news, the last game we got into, and which big tech companies we'd break up.
Our thoughts on Spatial Audio in Apple Music, if we're excited about Shortcuts on the Mac and our other WWDC favorites, if SharePlay will convince us to use FaceTime, and how we feel about Universal Control for iPad and Mac.
Our hopes and dreams for Apple's WWDC, feelings on the iPad's Center Stage feature, ephemeral social media feelings, and who we're rooting for in the Apple Design Awards.