Tim has been brought down by a virus (biological, not computer!) so David is here alone this week. After followup about FaceBook, AT&T and Apple’s enterprise developer programme he discusses Eero’s acquisition, stupid TV hosts, iPhone SE rubbish and BlackBerry is the wiki trolling topic this week.
With bad weather coming, Tim explains how technology helps keep his drive more safe. Topics include Windows Mobile, fifteen year old Altec Lansing FX6021 speaks, John Nemo’s top ten TV shows, some Macstock news, and more
Tim and David look back on the big tech stories of 2018, including Cryptocurrencies, Facebook, Fortnite, Elon Musk, Disney takes Fox, while Comcast takes Sky, IBM buying Red Hat, the passing of Paul Allen, and Google.
Tim almost blinds himself, while David remembers getting his eye burned out. What gadget should you buy? We have ideas for you! Plus Soulja Boy is a bonehead, more deployable Samsung antics, Apple iOS 10.1.2 is bricking connections, and our favorite gifts from childhood.
Amazon cracks down on their partners, Apple iPhone sale crap website headlines, funny Windows activation moment, OWC cables, Daredevil gets cancelled and the future of Marvel properties on Netflix, and Vector monitors.
Tim and David spend the show discussing the new products Apple introduced this week, and ironically looking back at the Mac mini for our WikiTrolling segment. Plus, don’t get the upgraded RAM for your new Mac mini from Apple, get it from OWC!
Microsoft Co-Founder Paul Allen, a pioneer in the world of technology, passed this week and Tim and David discuss his life. Also: Fitbit helps solve a murder investigation, and AppleTV falls short of its lofty goals.
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.