In this episode, Rosemary and David tackle health tracking and how we can automate it to get all of the pluses with as few negatives as possible. From "smartifying" health devices, to building habits and accountability, it's all covered.
Material 238: When TV Becomes Your Only Escape
Flo and Andy cash in their yellow card immediately with a conversation on Silk Stalkings _and_ Columbo in Kanji. (We're already Gympie-Gympie Bush influencers—when do we become vintage TV influencers?) Then, we'll tackle why Alphabet's Chief Legal Officer, David Drummond, stepped down from the company, as well as the implications of Google having unfettered access to your medical records. We'll also muse a bit about Samsung's new mid-range phone made for "industrial" industries.
Rocket 262: The Gang Scams CES
This week we're … TALKING ABOUT IMPORTANT TECH NEWS, haha, like we do every week! So many big stories! There's gotta be a new iPhone out there, right? … right?
Connected 277: Good Luck Not Waking up the Entire Building
After working out what the award should be for the two Chairman spots, the boys ponder the future of the iPad Pro's accessories and the holes on the back of the rack-mounted Mac Pro. Then, Myke provides a tour of CES.
Clockwise 329: Forgetting as a Service
Our best security practices, the services we'd still like to see from tech companies, thoughts on Twitter's experimental reply system, and the last apps we fell in love with.