Episode 63: How the COVID-19 Tracking App will work, Wyze scale review, and New MacBook Pro

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Show Notes

In this episode, Mike and Chad discuss hail, zero gravity chairs, mountain biking @ Sac River, POV settings on a GoPro, Dalgona coffee, Apple Pencil, Apple & Google Contact Tracing, MacBook Pro Release, Wyze scale, crazy tech, and of course, they take all of their normal detours.

Footnotes

  1. Local Storm
  2. Zero Gravity Chairs – different sale
  3. Mike’s YT channel, because why not
  4. The Dalgona Coffee craze
  5. Contact Tracing – Apple Privacy Statement
  6. CNN – Apple and Google’s Contact Tracing
  7. MacBook Pro review – WIRED
  8. Wyze Scale review

#LT3 #CrazyTech #Hail #Storms #ZeroGravity #LawnChair #MTB #Biking #SacRiver #POV #GoPro #Dalgona #DalgonaCoffee #Apple #ApplePencil #MacBookPro #ContactTracing #Covid19 #coronavirus #wyze #wyzescale

Episode 60: Apple and Google are Building an App and Free Apple TV+

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Show Notes

In this episode, Mike and Chad discuss working out in quarantine, planting a million (or around 150) trees, Pandas getting freaky, Apple TV+ extended free trial with a limited library, Facebook Quiet Mode, Apple and Google teaming up against Coronavirus, Apple’s new phone having flat edges, crazy tech, and of course, they take all of their normal detours.

Footnotes

  1. Apple TV+ Streaming for Free
  2. Facebook Quiet Mode
  3. Google and Apple team up to track COVID-19…
  4. …and why it’s bound to fail
  5. iPhone 12 redesign
  6. Hidden Through Time – app
  7. “Wing” making essential deliveries by drone

#LT3 #CrazyTech #Apple #AppleTVPlus #AppleTV #Facebook #Google #Alphabet #Wing #Coronavirus #Covid19 #iPhone12 #Drone

Episode 37: AirPods Pro and Auto Voicemail for your iPhone

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Show Notes

In this episode, Mike and Chad discuss Apple AirPods Pro, Apple’s ability to send unknown callers straight to voicemail, whether or not 5G is real, RCS texting, Google’s purchase of Fitbit, crazy tech, and of course, they take all of their normal detours.

Footnotes

  1. AirPods Pro
  2. iOS 13 allows you to send spam calls straight to voicemail
  3. AT&T misleading customers with “5G”
  4. 5G E – what you need to know
  5. Alphabet acquires Fitbit for $2.1 billion
  6. More about Fitbit and Google
  7. RCS Messaging
  8. Why Android phones don’t get operating system updates
  9. Virgin Hyperloop in Missouri – KC to STL in 30 minutes
  10. #TeamTrees

#LT3 #CrazyTech #AirPodsPro #SilenceUnknownCallers #5G #5GE #Alphabet #Google #Fitbit #RCS #Android #Hyperloop #TeamTrees