Clockwise is a rapid-fire discussion of current technology issues hosted by Dan Moren and Mikah Sargent and featuring two special guests each week. Four people, four topics--and because we're always watching the clock, no episode is longer than 30 minutes. Hosted by Dan Moren and Mikah Sargent.
Apple may not be including headphones with the next iPhone, the restaurants and other places we want to visit when the quarantine is over, our latest online gaming experiences, and how we watch movies with friends over the Internet.
What's something you're itching to learn? What would be the topic(s) of your own virtual conference? What's your essential quarantine tech? Which star would you send to space?
Lory Gil and Zac Hall are here to answer these questions and more!
What's the last piece of media that impacted you? What if we unmuted our mics in video meetings? What's your typical work setup? What tech is getting you through the week? Megan Morrone and James Thomson are here to answer these questions and more!
Can Fitbit's new wearable take on the Apple Watch? How do you balance privacy, security, and reaching out to family during COVID-19? Can you use an iPad as your primary device? Should macOS support touch interaction? Answers within!
How we deal with old tech and data, what we do to entertain ourselves (and friends) via Zoom and Skype, our health tracking habits, and the weirdest COVID-19 related emails we've gotten from companies.
The coolest or weirdest things we've seen from CES, podcasts we want made into books, whether we're still downloading new mobile apps, and our experiences with guided meditation and Apple's Breathe app.
We aren't surprised the California DMV is selling personal data, we share our thoughts on video-recording-and-sharing-service Loom, Dan buys (at a discount) all our Thanksgiving & Black Friday deals tips, and we discuss "sharenting."
Applications for Apple's rumored AR glasses, our feelings on technology companies in bed with autocratic governments, wired vs. wireless headphones, and Instagram's banning of cosmetic surgery filters.
Jumping to macOS Catalina (or not), the software and hardware we'd most and least like to lose, Windows on good hardware vs. macOS on crappy hardware, and legal requirements for accessibility on the web.
New hardware we want Apple to announce at its upcoming event, the product or company we think should take advantage of TikTok marketing, iOS & macOS features we could do without, and sleep tracking with wearables.
FaceTime Attention Correction and the future of augmented reality, how we imagined future tech as kids and what's available now, our thoughts on the Nintendo Switch Lite, and a look back at the first Apple products we owned.
How we distract ourselves with tech while traveling, our thoughts on the new Luminary podcast service, the places we find ourselves missing Apple Pay, and what we'd do with our one WWDC wish if it were granted.
With Apple's new services waiting in the wings, are we feeling subscription fatigue? Plus, fragmentation in the smart home market, Spotify says Apple is being anticompetitive, and have we lost our sense of wonder when it comes to technology?
Which iOS apps and games we've kept on our devices, what features would make us use Siri and Shortcuts more, the first thing we'd change if we were in charge of Apple retail, and our predictions on the death of physical media.
Our usage of group FaceTime before and after Apple's bug, which tech company we'd choose to run the country, what it will take for data privacy to be taken seriously, and how we deal with information overload in this day and age.
Items and rooms in our home we wish were "smart," the platform(s) we think could replace YouTube, potential services Apple could offer, and our thoughts on AirPlay 2 and iTunes coming to third-party TVs.
iOS 12's most exciting features, our experiences with Workflow and Shortcuts, what HomePod features are still missing, and which iOS 12 and iPhone features we'll be explaining to our non-techy friends.
How often we use the command line, in what ways we've become more mindful about our tech usage, Apple's addition of AirPlay 2 to the AirPort Express, and what tech constraints have taught us about ourselves.
How often we shut down and restart our computers, what to do with a problem like Twitter, the fate of all those EarPods we get from Apple, and camera improvements we'd like to see in this year's iPhone.