Continuing on from last week’s episode of our favourite tech for the year, we focus our attention to our hands and ear-holes. Tech truly surrounds us and penetrates us, if you know what I mean. As we approach Christmas, if you have a spare $500 for your mum, you may want to consider some of our suggestions (#mumtech). Finally we review the predictions we made on 1 January of 2019. Did we get any right? Tune in to find out! As always, we cover all angles using clips from different sources so you get everything you need to know, right here on the Naked Tech Podcast.
Are you a Whatsapp user that never joined Facebook? Well, that may be a thing of the past if Zuckerberg has anything to do with an upcoming project to unify all of Facebook’s many messaging services into one. There’s a great chance too, you know being the CEO and all. While Netflix has been forced to go on a price hike in America to keep its revenues up, as it prepares to stave off competition coming from all angles. If you have an ad-blocker extension on your Chrome, you may want to switch to Firefox as Google looks to re-engineer some key APIs on Chrome. Meanwhile, Nike just released its latest self-lacing sneakers and people are going nuts over them!
As always, we cover all angles using clips from different sources so you get everything you need to know, right here on The Lazy Couch podcast.
The Fine Bros found out the internet do not think they are so fine, Alphabet is now the most valuable company in the world and Yahoo is set to cut 15% of its workforce – just another regular news-filled week here in TLC land. Our feature this week is all about the future of interfaces and we examine Microsoft’s purchase of SwiftKey tech and what that may mean in the way we interact with machines as well as with each other. This and more on episode 48 of The Lazy Couch.
21 episodes down. Can we legally start drinking now? This week, we try out the new Apple Music streaming service and tell you what it’s like to use for the first time. Microsoft has a fancy new wallpaper and Google keeps on trying crazy new projects. Meanwhile Facebook attempts to copy Snapchat (again) and Geoff really REALLY liked Sense8. This and more on episode 21. Cheers!
We cover the big announcements from Apple’s ‘Spring Forward’ event held during the week – The Watch and a blingy gold MacBook were the highlights and we’ll tell you if we’ll be rushing to pre-order them in April (or not). We also take a look at Joseph Kahn’s short fan film on the Power Rangers and the new Daredevil series coming to Netflix.