Tim and David further the talks about Right to Repair, Pandora’s Box, Windows 10 update, and Netflix takes center stage in our WikiTrolling segment.
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Apple and Amazon respond to the Bloomberg report of spy chips in their servers with strong, unequivocal denials, while Apple comes under fire for software that makes repairing your own mac difficult. Finally, Tim and David look at CompuServe, the first US online service.
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Tim and David discuss AppleWatch, Amazon’s product reveals, Nintendo Switch Online, and new keyboards. Plus, the iPhone 3G is the focus for our WikiTrolling segment.
Tim gets a new dishwasher, sets up his generator, and plays the new PS4 Spider-Man game. David prepares to take his mother to the states, Apple bans InfoWars and Alex Jones from the App store, and the Frigidaire company takes center stage in our WikiTrolling segment.
Tim and David can’t make it happen this week, so we reach back into the vault of content and pull out Geekiest Show Ever 6 – Star Wars. On this episodes Tim, David, Chad Perry, Guy Serle, and Neale monks discuss Star Wars in May 2009. Is this conversation still relevant? You decide.
David returns to talk with Tim about Windows backup, Sony sanitizing films, Xbox One X, Wonder Woman, and the Commodore VIC-20 in our Wiki Trolling segment!
Owen Rubin returns to join Tim Robertson this week. Topics include the Apple WWDC 2017 event, ivacy VPN, Fire HD, Kodak EKTRA, JBL Quincy Jones headphones, Facer, Travel Adaptor and Desktop Smart USB Rapid Charger from MacSales.com, Amiibo NFC Tags, and Monkey Selfies! Wait, what?
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.
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LA Times story: Column Apple takes its eye off the ball: Why Apple fans are really coming to hate Apple software
Online legal publishers squabble over the right to copyright the law
AT&T to start testing 5G networks this year:
E3, WWDC 15, and other events that took place over the last two weeks is the focus on the show. We also delve into problems with Tim’s iOS Music App, David’s solo show, who Google and FaceBook actually serve, Apple’s abysmal track record of online services, and much more.