Connected with Federico Viticci, Stephen Hackett, and Myke Hurley - Listen
How we decide which companies get our data, how we manage our personal music collections, our thoughts on iPhone and Apple ID security, and the last time we felt like a clueless technophobe.
How we listen to digital music, would we pay for increased account security, keeping our devices clean, and Apple's pricey upgrade costs.
How we'd add AI technology to our tasks, our non-starter factors for buying an electric car, the device screen sizes we think Apple should consider, and how we're using climate data to automate our smart homes.
Our experiences with modern day Internet search, what we're doing with AI tools, actors and AI voice generation, and our favorite Black technologists.
Our thoughts on an app aiming to be “the TikTok for text,” whether we're bothered by AI-generated content when it's accurate and useful, Apple's rumored foldable iPad, and our home speaker setups.
Whether we spec up our Macs, our philosophy on menu bars, what we use for pointing devices, and our screen sizes of choice.
Whether we're using AirTags and other item-tracking tech, how we have (or haven't) used ChatGPT for work, our thoughts on a touchscreen Mac, and the discontinued tech we'd like to see revived.
Our overpowered tech devices, the return of personal blogging, the last time we took our tech in, and the Apple services we subscribe to.
The frustrating tech we own, our tech-related goal or theme for the new year, the tech we'd buy if money were no object, and our thoughts on and usage of Apple's MagSafe technology and the upcoming Qi2 standard.
The legacy of 2022 in tech, the tech gifts we're buying ourselves, the best third-party app replacements, and Apple products we'd like to see but they'll never make.