Whether we'll use Twitter's new Twitter Circle feature, the least-exciting rumors for Apple's upcoming September event, social media services we're using more — not less — in the last year, and our thoughts on smartphones reaching their peak.
Whether we put all our tech eggs in one Big Tech basket, the skills and philosophies we gained over the pandemic that we'll keep with us, our go-to pair of headphones or earbuds, and the consumer tech we'd take with us to space.
Our thoughts on BeReal and authenticity on social media, the state of console gaming and the cloud gaming future, our electric vehicle plans, and switching to a career outside of tech.
We discuss the future of folding phones, the utility of wild Apple rumors, how parents monitor social media, and our travel charging strategies of the moment.
How we store and share files in the cloud, the streaming video services we go to when we're looking for something new to watch, the one computer or tablet we'd use if we could only use one, and our webcam setups.
Dan had a baby so we discuss tech advice for new parents and our favorite toys. But we also dig into invasive network video cameras, the ruination of Instagram, and if VR is ever going to be a thing.
How we pay online, in stores, and elsewhere. How we use (or wish we could use) our smartphones to aid in travel. The data we'd like to see on our iPhone Lock Screen. Our three favorite emoji and a new emoji we're most excited about.
Digital lending, when to install public betas, our favorite utility apps, and how we feel about TikTok's algorithm changes.
Our coding experiences, the toys we collect and enjoy, our thoughts on new smartphones with current-gen silicon, how we feel about targeted ads, and how we manage our online privacy settings.
Our favorite iPhones of yesteryear, how paranoid we are about our online privacy, our sleep tracking habits, and where we go to work outside of our homes.