Tim has had a horrible two weeks, which is why TechFan missed a week! David and Tim discuss USB-C as a replacement to the headphone jack, Microsoft stops making new Xbox 360’s, Sony H.ear on Wireless NC Headphone, Macstock Expo, WoW servers, and Prince. This episode of sponsored by MacSales.com
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David and Tim have a great argument in the second half of the show about streaming first run movies. Also, do you trust the technologies that require an online connection? Did you know that NES games are still being made? There is a new campaign to recreate the Commodore 64. And look at our links to get an Xbox 360 USB controller to work with a Mac!
It turns out, Tim is at fault for Star Wars not working on his computer, not Apple. Also, Sony released the PS4 Remote Play app for Mac, Tim follows David’s lead and starts using uBlock, bogus surveys, and Superman V Batman is reviewed
Tim is angry again. What else is new, right? David has a new computer! Topics include not being able to play the new Star Wars movie on a Macbook Pro, the 16GB iPhone argument continues, the FBI dropping the Apple court case, Apple blocking the music iPhone app with ads, and much more. Also, Tim and David completely forget to talk about Dawn of Justice after mentioning it at the top of the show.
Tim and David discuss the Apple event this week, and one of them is really unhappy with Apple still marketing a 16GB iPhone. Also discussed is the iPad Pro, the passing of Andy Grove, and… PeeWee Herman?
Tim finds a site that brings him back to one of his old-style favorite video games, Tecmo Bowl. There is a vibrant community around older video games, and David joins in with news that Blizzard is still updating Diablo II. Plus, is VR going to outprice itself to become as big as it can be?
David and Tim discuss a car accident, security, infrastructure, liberty, and more! Oh, and technology, including Fire OS, Microsoft building a wall around Windows, Apple and both the Mac OS and iOS, Epic Games’ Tim Sweeney, and MONKEYS!
With David still on vacation, Tim welcomes special co-host Mark Chappell to the show. Tim and Mark discuss the rise of the iPhone, how Mark got into the Apple universe, gaming on the Mac, taking photos, football, hockey, and of course Apple vs. the FBI
Dan Lizette from The Podcast Digest and Owen Rubin join Tim Robertson to discuss 5G networks, copyrighting the law, gravitational waves, and our main topic, the perception that Apple software is on the decline in quality.
David has car problems while Tim races a snow storm. Did you know the LEAF does not have a spare tire? Tim revisits the Fire HD 8 vs the Hire HD 7, and both of the guys are fed up with Apple’s online services. Finally, more on the Apple Watch and DC’s TV and movies.
David Cohen is joined this week by friend of the show Owen Rubin, who has a serious tech-related injury to share. After discussing the joys of returning to direct IT Support, they geek out in a discussion about electric car vehicles pros and cons.
Tim and David welcome in 2016 with a retrospective look back at 2015! What were the big topics on TechFan over the last year? Also, automated New Year Twitter failures, Star Wars Battlefront, coffee, and David has some cool news for July!
Tim and David discuss dialects, warm winter weather, flooding, bio-medical tech, a little bit of Star Wars (no spoilers!), Wells TA5005 GoTech Bluetooth Mobile OBDII Diagnostic Tool, Circut design cutting tool, video game, and the design of Apple products.
Tim and David discuss Star Wars – The Force Awakens on the second half of this episode, and it is NOT recommended for those who have yet to see the movie. Spoilers galore! You have been warned! To start, Tim discusses his Comcast modem problem and the fast resolution, bad Hover-boards and Amazon’s response, Kickstarter projects, and crapware MacKeeper.
Tim brings up the rumor of Apple abandoning the headphone jack on the next iPhone and goes off on the idea. Metal roofs are also discussed, as well as Konami getting egg on their face, the Wolsen portable gaming console, a broken Xbox 360, the disappointing sales of the new Halo and Star Wars Battlefront games, and much more.