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The HomePod and Sonos One both leave marks on wood surfaces (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep.119) Feb. 16, 2018
Apple confirms the HomePod leaves white rings on some wooden surfaces, but it isn't the only one. We dive deep into the HomePod with our review on the end.
Netflix continues to be a powerhouse in stand-up comedy specials.
The search giant has rolled out new ad-blocking tech on Chrome. Also on the podcast, we discuss spending with bitcoin.
We weigh in on how future phones may get even faster, explain why criminals love cryptocurrency, and talk about Magic Leap's future.
We talk about Facebook's and YouTube's push to become friendlier. Also: Using blockchain to snuff out counterfeit foods.
We discuss Verizon's new phone locking policy, hacking at the Olympics, and break down blockchain for you.
The iPhone X, 8 and 8 Plus probably won't feel the effects of Apple's throttling (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 118) Feb. 9, 2018
New hardware and software design will reduce the effect of Apple's performance management software on the iPhone X, 8 and 8 Plus. The HomePod reviews are here, and AirPower could come in March.
The second episode of "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman" lands on Netflix along with the third "Cloverfield" film.
What the Google-Nest reunion means for Amazon and the war over smart assistants. Also: a new way to watch the Winter Olympics.
Andrew Hoyle and Katie Collins discuss MPs with apps, Elon Musk's flamethrower and all of Nintendo's exciting news.
Sci-fi geek or sports nerd, you've got plenty to watch on this first weekend of February.
iPhone X is the top seller, but total iPhone sales take a step back (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 117) Feb. 2, 2018
Apple's quarterly earnings show that iPhone sales are healthy, but they still missed expectations. Also, iOS 12 will delay new features in favor of focusing on performance improvements, and Mario Kart is coming! In 2019.
On today's podcast, we talk about Facebook earnings, Twitter bots, home security for your internet of things gadgets, and Intel drones.
We talk about Apple's iPhone X sales, and how its camera stacks up against Samsung's Note 8 and the company's battery problems.
Amazon wants to rethink health care (The 3:59, Ep. 347) Jan. 30, 2018
The internet retailer teams up with JPMorgan and Berkshire Hathaway to tackle health care costs. Also, we discuss security concerns for 5G.
We look into the president's idea of creating a wireless network run by the government. Plus: Apple's potential production woes for the iPhone X and who's this Accessible Olli?
iOS 11.3 Beta finally has iCloud Messaging and AirPlay 2 (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 116) Jan. 26, 2018
Apple previews iOS 11.3, the HomePod gets a Feb. 9 release date, Apple's not really canceling the iPhone X and it's getting back into e-books.
'Ingrid Goes West' hits Hulu Jan. 26, 2018
The underrated dark comedy starring Aubrey Plaza and Elizabeth Olson is just one of the new titles streaming now.
The new phone will be revealed Feb. 25. Plus, we talk about Facebook's future.