Tim and David try and keep it positive this week as we discuss file management and updating app on the iPhone. Primal, Terminator Dark Fate, and the new Star Wars trailer is discussed. All that, plus a hidden C64 application is found on a Christian Rock album from 1984. Wait, what?
Apple is having a bad week, so of course Tim and David discuss that, as well as Blizzard, iOS 13, and more.
Big Microsoft event this week, as the Surface Earbuds and the Surface Neo and Duo are shown. David explores the Galaxy Fold at a Samsung store. All that, plus Tim and David invent two new products while recording the show! We want your feedback! Theshow@techfanpodcast.com!
iOS 13.1 has been released along with Apple Arcade, and Tim and David do a deep dive. Tim looks at re-importing old mini-DV tapes, and David discusses playing Zelda on a PocketGo Retro System.
Tim said more tech, and two episodes later goes full-on geek instead. Sigh. Topics include Disney, Star Wars, The Mandalorian, and so much more. Plus, David reviews the Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch
Tim and David discuss the Nissan 300ZX in the WikiTrolling segment, plus the new iPhone coming, David’s trip to VMWorld, Vegas and missing Macworld Expo, and not wanting to buy a Tesla right now.
China forces Android users to install Malware, used Nest Cam issues, Samsung suggests users virus scan their TVs, and Tim reviews the Sony SRS-XB32.
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Sony SRS-XB32 Extra Bass
Court says Amazon could be liable for third-party vendors’ products
Samsung TVs should be regularly virus-checked, the company says
Jony Ive leaving Apple is our main topic today, and we also talk about the new DropBox, ID Software TV show, and updates to the Macstock Conference this coming July 27-28! Don’t forget that you can hang with Tim and David at the Galloping Ghost Arcade on July 26 at noon to kick off Macstock!
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Lenovo takes a fans video and tries to pass it off as their own, while Baltimore deals with ransomware. Tim and David also discuss Huawei, as well as the first killer app of all time.
Is tech less fun nowadays? Tim cannot connect is old iPad to the App Store, Steamlink is an enigma to the guys, breakfast at a casino, and Uber cannot unionize. Plus Macstock Expo news!
Nest getting the plug pulled, Tim looks to build another arcade cabinet and a fire pit, David has a new toy in the DJI Osmo Pocket, and Macstock Conference is talked about. As an added bonus, Cole Robertson joins us at the end to talk about Fortnite.
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