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161: Apple M1 Chips, Google Kills Free Photo Service, Smart Arm Band To Keep You Safe

Free Google Photos is going out of style, Apple holds their final ‘one more thing’ event showcasing its new M1 silicon chip capabilities, super scary future with mass data collection through ‘smart’ arm bands.

As always we cover all angles using audio clips from different sources so you get everything you need to know, right here on the Naked Tech Podcast.

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139: Coming to Disney+, New Ways to Pay with Klarna

Super Bowl day means we get to watch a bunch of trailers for upcoming films and shows, including WandaVision and Falcon & Winter Soldier. What else is coming to Disney+, you may ask? Well we’ll list out some of our favourites.

In tech news, Uber and Apple find ways to tackle the #coronavirus outbreak and perhaps save humanity itself, and what’s with big banks thinking they’re technology companies? In wheelbarrow news, some dude comes up with a genius way to create a virtual traffic jam. What a time to be alive…

As always we cover all angles using audio clips from different sources so you get everything you need to know, right here on the Naked Tech Podcast.

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52: Theatrical Physicist

Kelvin and Geoff go all out in this week’s monster news-filled episode. Subjects include old favourites – Apple, Google and Facebook – as well as the latest from Supercell, Meerkat and a new people-rating app, called Peeple.

In movies, we talk about the possibility of the much mooted ‘Men In Black’ and ’21 Jump Street’ crossover and the highly anticipated return of The Predator. Yes, Arnie is baack.

Episode 52 of The Lazy Couch starts now.

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17: Creepy, Very Creepy

As FIFA falls, a bunch of tech companies attempt to take over the world by buying each other. Google announces a slew of new features for Android at their I/O developers conference. While ‘The Hoff’ returns with a hit new song┬áto support the release of Kung Fury, a Swedish-Hitler 80s thriller.

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16: Back For Good

We’re back! Did you miss us? We’ll fill you in on both our respective holidays away as well as all the big news that broke in the past month. Google plans to eliminate human driving by 2020 and is Spotify┬ápivoting to be the next Netflix? We preview Supergirl and Minority Report TV series and much more on episode 16 of The Lazy Couch.