David Buys a clockworkPi and a wireless CarPlay system, while Tim works out a VESA adapter for his iMac. Apple’s yearly fall event makes the news, Amazon releases TVs, and Apple screws over FlickType.
Topics include Huawei allegations, Apple allowing external payment links in reader apps but not games, better TV options for John Nemo, Xbox Series S, selling a Mac, and is Wireless Apple CarPlay adapters finally ready for prime time?
David talks about his new 900Mbit fibre connection, Tim is building a new Plex media server from a miniPC, Apple news about their child endangerment plans, and is the xR the best used iPhone you can buy?
With David absent, Guy Serle joins Tim to discuss some podcast history, Apple lack of touch displays and employees wanting to continue working from home, Tim’s mini-PC gaming rig, Guy’s new desk, and Activision Blizzard being sued.
Tim and David discuss the Surface Duo, Galaxy Watch, Bezos vs Branson, inexpensive noise cancellation headphones, and more.
Tim has two more PC Laptops, an Acer Swift 3 and a LincPlus 14, and David picks up Motorola Razr from 2019. Plus the continuation of car problems for both the guy and prediction of Intel’s issues.
Tim and David discuss Google I/O, stupid podcast problems that are not actual problems, bad cables with CarPlay, the new iMac and RAM, and Vufine, HP Pavilion X360, and the Lenovo Flex 5
Tim Robertson and David Cohen discuss the big problems with Apple’s Podcast app, Amazon responsibility for products they sell, consumer advocacy, and much more.
Tesla burns bridges with solar roofs, Apple’s upcoming event, the shortage of semi-conductors, upgrading a car audio system, LG gives up, Plex media server, meta data, NAS, Google Play Movies, and more
Tim and David discuss 20 years of Mac OS X, and the storm that was the Cricut community for a good week.
Tim and David discuss Cassette Tapes and the inventor, Lou Ottens who recently passed away, faux-AirPods, iPod vs iPhone as a music player, and much more.
David and Tim discuss NASA’s Perseverance rover, vintage technology including David’s StarWriter and Tim’s Invaders From Space handheld game. Wikitrolling returns with a look at Blockbuster Video and a trip down memory lane.
Metallica gets a little of what they deserve, Facebook attacks Apple, Australia does not understand the internet, and Tesla has a problem.
Tim and David discuss Jeff Bezos leaving the CEO position of Amazon, the short sell story of GameStop, and WikiTrolling returns with Bose.
Topics include Zune, Quiet News, Outlanders, Drivers License, Whataboutism, Audio Hijack Pro, Rogue Amoeba, macOS Security on BigSir, and much more.
David Ginsburg joins Tim and David to discuss some Apple history, including the original iMac, iPod, and iPhone. Then the discussion turns to the Capital Riot and how technology is both helping and hurting during these trying times.
David talks about the ThinkSmart View from Lenovo and his new WH-1000XM3 Sony headphones. Tim talks Nintendo’s new Game and Watch and his new original Macintosh inspired Apple Watch charger. Does Apple have a problem with the new MacBook Air and Pro? Finally, Tim looks at the Milwaukee M12 series of power tools.
Siddharth Rao is the special guest this week joining Tim and David to discuss social media, Apple’s new headphones, and so much more!
Tim discusses the Tyson v Jones fight, and David is in the audience for a BBC show! The rise of Parler, M1 MacBook Air, and more are also discussed.