Anticipating a new Kindle, conversations with robots, hanging out at Internet cafés, and living the iPad lifestyle. With Clayton Morris and Jacqui Cheng.
Jason and Myke discuss the 9.7-inch iPad Pro’s True Tone display and the trouble with 3D Touch.
On this special "in person" edition of the Critical Path, Horace and Anders discuss Apple’s latest product offerings, the iPhone SE and the new 9.7 inch iPad Pro 9.7, and take listener questions via Twitter.
Jim and Merlin talk about TextExpander’s new business model, Apple Watch vs Fitbit, and more on voice UI. Subscribe to this podcast Links Michael Tsai - Blog -…
This week, Myke speaks about his two-iPad setup, Federico discusses his Telegram usage and Stephen interviews Kristen Gallerneaux from The Henry Ford Museum about their working Apple I.
Guest Starring: Kristen Gallerneaux
A quick 15-minute podcast recorded yesterday about the Prisoner’s Dilemma applied to tech. I first saw it in the Mac dev community in the early 90s. I felt we’d do better if we worked together instead of all of us trying to work with Apple. I had insight into why they didn’t want to work with us. To no avail. Since then I’ve seen pattern repeated many times. It’s a variant of the famous Prisoner’s Dilemma. It’s the reason the open web has trouble keeping critical mass once the big platforms came into existence. Each of us wants to curry favor with Ev or Zuck, so we can be the rich and famous ones. But it never really happens because that isn’t the way it works. We’d all do better if we worked with each other. No matter, there are some good stories to tell. :-)
The Transgressions of Apple Computer
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a16z Podcast: Apple Gets Its Music Streaming and Gives News Another Try
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Apple’s annual developer conference is cranking away in San Francisco, and a16z’s Benedict Evans examines the latest from the world’s most valuable company in this segment of the pod. Software is the star of WWDC and Apple highlighted updates to iOS and OS X, but the big news was in part Apple News — a curation and aggregation app for periodicals. Newsstand, Apple’s earlier attempt to tackle news outlets on your Apple device didn’t catch on, but Evans gives Apple News a better chance. And Apple Music? “It was a bit wooly, frankly,” Evans says. Translation: it didn’t amaze. Evans explains why.
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On this episode of Resolve, I have the honor of speaking with Mark Gurman – a well-known Apple reporter who’s responsible for reporting some of the biggest Apple stories in the past 5 years. Today, we talk about Apple Watch, its purpose, if the Edition makes sense, and much more.
Glenn, Susie, and Macworld Editor-in-Chief Jon Phillips really hope the Apple Watch experience is nothing like using the Galaxy Gear. We also discuss the rumored Apple TV streaming service, and that USB-C port again.
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