Some things about the Internet of Things, Apple gets out of our dreams and into our car, Mobile World Congress highlights from a survivor, and Jason's shattered iPad dreams. Plus movies, groceries, physics, and glamorous pleather!
Apple's CarPlay initiative has met with a mixed reception, but Dan Moren thinks they're overlooking the most important aspect: upgradeability.
Nokia forks Android, but should Microsoft? Google lobbies to let you wear Google Glass while you drive. Apple's SSL bug makes us question our Internet security. And how WhatsApp will help Facebook take over the developing world.
Where Microsoft should go next, the off-putting etiquette of Google Glass, the merits of paying with your smartphone versus other high-tech methods, and how much display resolution is too much?
The imagined merger of Mac and iOS, Internet plagiarism, of Flappy Birds and Beatles, and Nokia's Normandy. Plus, 'N Sync and extra Olympic sports!
We debate the innovative aspects of Google and Apple, question the reliability of our personal technology, ponder what cutting-edge technologies will soon be obsolete, and analyze Facebook's new Paper app. Plus, mystery sports!
The Mac turns 30 -- can it survive to 40? The iPod's sales figure suggest an iconic product that's about to pass into the great beyond. And Google's purchase of Nest brings up lots of questions about what Google's really up to.
As the year ends, our podcast panel looks forward to the tech of 2014 and imagines our 2003 selves reacting to 2013 tech. Plus Apple's new Mac Pro, Facebook's video ads, and where we'll be celebrating New Year's Eve.
Apple's adding more and more content sources to its streaming set-top box. And that's a good thing. But it also presents some new user interface challenges. Here are some suggestions to improve the experience.
Have we reached peak social media? Are serial entrepreneurs creepy? Will people on the Internet pay for anything? And what's on our tech holiday shopping lists? These questions may or may not be answered by Dan Moren, Jason Snell, Philip Michaels, and Susie Ochs.
What Apple might do with the technology behind Kinect, choosing a tablet over a laptop, the office-software yard sale, and the relevance of new gaming consoles. Dan Moren and Jason Snell are joined by Dan Miller and Armando Rodriguez.
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