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Big stories. Deep conversation.
Urgent naps, with Sandra Reich
Nov 18, 2015 • 51 min
Georgia’s colleague Sandra Reich joins us to talk about the importance of sleep in a world where technology, culture, and stress conspire to keep us from it.
87: Never stopping, with AnnMaria De Mars
Oct 14, 2015 • 54 min
Georgia and Rene talk to AnnMaria De Mars—Wold Judo Championships gold medalist, PhD in Educational Psychology, CEO of 7 Generation Games, and mother of four phenomenal children, including UFC champion Ronda Rousey—about courage, motivation, education,…
86: Lottery rage, with Casey Liss
Sep 22, 2015 • 64 min
Casey Liss joins Georgia, Guy, and Rene to talk about Apple TV, the developer lottery, making games, improving the App Store, 16 GB iPhones, and so much more!
85: Implants welcome
Sep 3, 2015 • 74 min
Ashley Madison and content blocker follow up, Apple TV gaming and programming, round vs. square wearable displays, watch usage, and more! With Georgia, Guy, and Rene.
84: Ad blocked, with James Thomson
Aug 25, 2015 • 61 min
Ad blocker redux, the Creative Apocalypse, Don’t be Apple, Samsung fridge hack, with James Thomson of PCalc, Georgia Dow, Dave Wiskus, and Rene Ritchie
83: Punching shark, with Ashley Nelson-Hornstein
Aug 17, 2015 • 82 min
Diving with sharks, Alphabet, NSA + AT&T, Amazon and startup culture, ad blocking ethics, Apple diversity, personal projects. With Georgia, Guy, Dave, Rene, and special guest Ashley Nelson-Hornstein.
82: Stress-proofing, with Matt Drance
Aug 4, 2015 • 59 min
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (trust us!), Ronda Rousey, keynotes, driving really fast, hacking cars, screen time for kids, and what makes Georgia Dow so lethal. Also with Rene Ritchie and special guest Matt Drance.
81: Celestial revisionism, with Tiffany Arment
Jul 28, 2015 • 72 min
MPAA vs. Google, what went wrong with Google+, hacking our cars and homes, Prison Architects, Pluto, and Batman vs. Superman vs. Suicide Squad. With Georgia Dow, Guy English, Rene Ritchie, and special guest Tiffany Arment.
80: Nude on both sides
Mar 24, 2015 • 80 min
Nintendo going mobile, Google Glass goofs no goofs, Android without Google, don’t drink and Meerkat, Becoming Steve Jobs, and Facebook owning your news. With Georgia, Guy, and Rene.
79: Something, something, donkey
Mar 18, 2015 • 67 min
Superfish follow up, ResearchKit, hating people who like things, Facebook’s new community standards, HBO Now, Creepy Barbie, and some TV talk! With Anthony, Georgia, Guy, and Rene.
78: The most human
Mar 6, 2015 • 72 min
Leonard Nimoy, Cindy Crawford photo redux, fraudulent Apple Pay fraud, Sony fallout and what it means for Spider-Man. With Georgia Dow, Guy English, and Rene Ritchie.
77: The mythical baby month
Feb 23, 2015 • 69 min
Listicles in school and education in the digital age, Apple car rumors, battery technology, and what Apple does, Cindy Crawford sans Photoshop, and reviews in verse. With Georgia Dow, Guy English, Rene Ritchie, and Dave Wiskus
76: And the Canadians
Feb 8, 2015 • 73 min
Guy destroys Georgia’s dreams of a Holodeck, are you still using our iPads, would a stylus pen make a difference, Rene talks the realities of running an Apple blog (which are all doomed, apparently), and Dave goes to Hogwarts, leaving the Candians.
75: Tauntauns to the rescue
Jan 28, 2015 • 76 min
Microsoft has HoloLens, Google has Glass, Facebook has Oculus — what does Apple have or need? Also, AR/VR ads, YouTube alternatives, and the search for Guy. With Dave Wiskus, Georgia Dow, Rene Ritchie.
74: 1-star butterflies
Jan 22, 2015 • 62 min
Dave reads 1-star reviews, Georgia reads 5-star reviews, Guy serenades, we talk Google Glass, Amazon and Woody Allen, and iTunes as an indie publisher or studio. Then Rene stops recording. (Note: Audio turned out weird this week. We’re investigating.…
73: Nous sommes Charlie
Jan 14, 2015 • 93 min
Guy mutes us. Dave reads our reviews. Charlie Hebdo. Golden Globes. Tribalism. Comedy. David Cameron vs. Snapchat and WhatsApp. Selfie and belfie sticks. Georgia and Rene talk CES 2015. And then it gets weird.
72: Is this the show?
Jan 3, 2015 • 93 min
It’s a Vector New Year’s spectacular — Guy English has gone missing, Rene Ritchie’s off at a fundraiser, and so Georgia Dow and Dave Wiskus call in Joe Cieplinski to help them discuss all the controversial social technology stories of 2014.
71: With great connectivity comes great responsibility, with Manoush Zomorodi
Dec 27, 2014 • 59 min
Tech is screwing with our sleep cycles, so how do we stop it? What happens when your Facebook friend says something racist or sexist? Muting vs. unfollowing on Twitter. And Secret… why?! With Georgia Dow, Dave Wiskus, Rene Ritchie, and Manoush Zomorodi of…
70: s0ny123, with Christina Warren
Dec 9, 2014 • 72 min
The Sony Studios hack: Can they survive? Apple and eBooks: Was it anti-trust or a kangaroo court? Extension rejections: What’s going on with the App Store? With Anthony Casella, Georgia Dow, Rene Ritchie, Christina Warren
69: Will pounce for pay
Dec 4, 2014 • 86 min
Voices in our heads, who owns our stuff, conference compensation, the right to be forgotten, and assault during art. With Joe Cieplinsk, Georgia Dow, Guy English, and Dave Wiskus
68: Things that are (RED)
Nov 26, 2014 • 70 min
Art vs. artist follow up in light of Bill Cosby, Uber and Sarah Lacey, should Google be split up?, and the App Store goes (RED). With Georgia Dow, Guy English, Dave Wiskus, and Rene Ritchie.
67: Will snap for cash
Nov 19, 2014
Dave wants to stage a podcast intervention, Guy wants nothing to do with Snapcash, and Rene wonders if Taylor Swift would worry about the devaluation of apps. Georgia rolls with it.
66: The third man in the spy van, with Soroush Khanlou
Nov 11, 2014 • 90 min
Tim Cook is proud to be gay, Obama wants Net Neutrality, the next great divide, the importance of role-models, diversity vs. inclusivity, and looking back 100 years from now. With Guy English, Rene Ritchie, Dave Wiskus, and Soroush Khanlou.
65: Notification interuption, with Marco Arment
Nov 5, 2014 • 71 min
Are reviews valuable? CurrentC gets hacked. Turning notifications off. Checking into hotels with your iPhone. Can you like art even if you don’t like the artist? With Georgia Dow, Dave Wiskus, Rene Ritchie, and special guest Marco Arment.
64: The C stands for Creepy
Oct 28, 2014 • 107 min
Making more debt than money, Apple Pay vs. CurrentC, software as art, #GamerGate, and paintball mishaps. With Georgia Dow, Guy English, Dave Wiskus, Rene Ritchie.
63: A cylinder of shame
Oct 22, 2014 • 62 min
Georgia talks Satya Nadella’s videos, Guy talks 5K iMac vs. new Mac Pro, and Dave and Rene come to the defense of iPad photographers.
62: Live from Çingleton, with Vicki Murley
Oct 15, 2014 • 62 min
Live from Çingleton, Rene talks Satya Nadella and the pay gap, Georgia talks online bullying, Guy talks iOS 8 adoption rates, Dave talks conference conversation. With special guest Vicki Murley, former Safari evangelist at Apple.
61: Kids and Kardashians, with Christina Warren
Oct 8, 2014 • 70 min
Guy’s big iPhone is too big, Christina’s clutch is too small, Georgia explains the psychology of kids and gaming, the Kardashian game is inclusively, nudely, bananas, someone shot JR, Rene’s smart TV interface sucks, and Dave’s still away. With Georgia…
60: iPhones and indies, with Jessie Char
Oct 2, 2014 • 83 min
Jessie Char couldn’t get an iPhone 6, but she did join us to talk about Bendgate, iOS 8.0.1 and the coverage thereof, the realities of running an indie dev company, and more! With Georgia Dow, Guy English, Rene Ritchie
59: Dave and the Canadians
Sep 24, 2014 • 93 min
How we chose our new iPhones — except for Guy who just downloaded iOS 8 — and what we think of them, iPhone scalpers and questions of racism, U2’s supposed plans to bring back albums and fight piracy, Apple’s new security and privacy policies and possible…
58: Not a watch person, with Ryan Nielsen
Sep 17, 2014 • 88 min
Follow up on the Apple Watch and Apple Pay announcements. What we got right and wrong, and whether we’ll be getting watches, which watches, and trusting mobile payments. Also, what fashion and commerce mean for Apple as a company, the fallout from free U2…
57: By the time you hear this, with Nick Arnott
Sep 14, 2014 • 65 min
Follow up on iCloud and security, hacking accounts, increasing your personal security, stolen nudity vs. gender-based censorship, mobile payments and trust issues. With Georgia Dow, Dave Wiksus, Rene Ritchie, and guest Nick Arnott. (Recorded before the…
56: Never be naked
Sep 3, 2014 • 73 min
Nude celebrity photos stolen and illegally distributed, the blame game, privacy awareness and the interface design challenge, private camera mode, the lack of facial and body language cues in Internet communications, Twitter fights, and Apple, Motorola,…
55: Turtles all the way down, with Ben Thompson
Aug 26, 2014 • 112 min
Apple university and the state of management training, Microsoft’s stack ranking and how it affected the company, Samsung and Xiaomi and the idea of legal vs. ethical vs. smart copying, the success and failures of innovation vs. imitation for companies…
54: The opposite of Groot, with Serenity Caldwell
Aug 19, 2014 • 81 min
Ferguson, social media and streaming video, diversity and opportunity in tech, expansion vs. corporate culture, and native advertising with Guy, Georgia, Rene, and special guest Serenity Caldwell.
53: Regeneration with Guy, Georgia, and Dave
Aug 12, 2014 • 71 min
Rene is joined by Georgia Dow, Guy English, and Dave Wiskus, to announce the end of the current season of Vector and the launch of the next. Also: Google scanning email for child porn, tinkering to learn, Apple University, fear and reinvention, yelling on…
52: Team building with Don Melton
Aug 8, 2014 • 61 min
Don Melton, former director of internet technology at Apple, talks to Rene about team building, what characteristics are most and least important, and how to get monumental tasks accomplished.
51: State of the ebooks with Serenity Caldwell
Jul 31, 2014 • 67 min
Serenity Caldwell of Macworld joins Rene to talk about ebooks, how the creation and publication process has evolved, current features and limitations, tools, workflows, and formats, iBooks vs. Amazon, and where ebooks can go from here.
50: CEO styles with Georgia Dow
Jul 23, 2014 • 76 min
Rene and Georgia Dow of ZEN&TECH talk about the CEOs of the major tech companies, including Apple, Microsoft, Google, BlackBerry, and more. Their differences in styles, approaches, and the companies they run.
49: Making music in the digital age with Jim Dalrymple
Jul 17, 2014 • 53 min
Jim Dalrymple of The Loop join Rene to briefly discuss Apple + IBM and then dive into making music in the digital age, including amp modelers like Line 6 and Guitar Rig, editing software like Logic Pro X and Pro Tools, and apps like djay and Capo.
48: State of the chipsets with Anand Shimpi
Jul 8, 2014 • 71 min
Anand Shimpi of AnandTech joins Rene to talk about 64-bit processors, mobile GPUs, ART, Extension Pack, Swift, Metal, camera and battery technology, and more!
47: Breaking down Google I/O 2014 with Nickinson and Hildenbrand
Jul 1, 2014 • 63 min
Phil Nickinson and Jerry Hildenbrand of Android Central join Rene to talk all about Google I/O 2014 — Android One, L Preview, Materials, Polymer, ART, Android Extension Pack, Volta, Universal Data Controls, Android Wear, Android Auto, Android TV, and more!
46: Amazon Fire Phone vs. Android and iPhone with Ben Bajarin
Jun 24, 2014 • 72 min
Ben Bajarin of Techpinions joins Rene to talk about the Amazon Fire Phone, why it was made and who it was made for, and what it means for Google’s Android and Apple’s iPhone.
45: Visual storytelling in the digital age with Mark Kawano
Jun 17, 2014 • 51 min
Mark Kawano of Storehouse joins Rene to talk about translating visual storytelling to the digital and mobile worlds, creativity vs. constraint, public vs. private, and where we’re going next.
44: The legacy of webOS with Derek Kessler
Jun 10, 2014 • 92 min
Five years after the launch of the Palm Pre, Derek Kessler of Mobile Nations talks to Rene about webOS, its rise, its fall, and how its interface and features still influence everything from Android to BlackBerry to iOS.
43: WWDC 2014 vs. Android with Christina Warren
Jun 7, 2014 • 88 min
Christina Warren, senior tech analyst of Mashable, joins Rene to talk about Apple’s just-completed WWDC 2014, including iOS 8, OS X Yosemite, developer features, Sherlocking, how they compare to Android, and what we want to see from Google IO.
42: The new Microsoft with Daniel Rubino
May 26, 2014 • 80 min
Daniel Rubino, editor-in-chief of Windows Phone Central, joins Rene to talk about the evolution of Windows Phone, the Surface 3, Steve Ballmer and Satya Nadella, Office for iPad, the Nokia acquisition, and the road ahead.
41: Mergers and accusations with Ben Bajarin
May 19, 2014 • 65 min
Ben Bajarin of Techpinions talks with Rene about mergers, including the just-completed Microsoft and Nokia, the ongoing Comcast and Time Warner Cable, the just announced AT&T and DirectTV, and the rumored YouTube and Twitch and Apple and Beats deals.
40: The future of display density with Marc Edwards
May 12, 2014 • 69 min
Marc Edwards of Bjango talks to Rene about screen sizes and display densities, the different implementations choices made by Google, Apple, and Microsoft, the road to 1080p and @2x, the advent of 2K, the possibility of @4x, and the question of how big and…
39: Net neutrality and carrier complexity with Neal Gomba
May 4, 2014 • 69 min
Rene talks to Neal Gomba about net neutrality, common carriers, cable vs. DSL, 700 MHz and Band 12, Qualcomm’s royalty rate, and more!
38: Cord cutting with Anthony Casella
Apr 28, 2014 • 55 min
Anthony Casella of Mobile Nations joins Rene to talk about cutting the cable and satellite cord, setting up an antenna, using a home media center, and streaming services like Netflix and Hulu.
37: State of the digital comics with Jason Snell
Apr 21, 2014 • 56 min
Jason Snell, of Macworld, PCWorld, TechHive, Greenbot, and The Incomparable joins Rene to talk about Apple — and other tech companies — as entertainment, Amazon’s comiXology acquisition, Marvel Unlimited, and digital comics in general.
36: iWatches, iPhablets, and Apple’s next big thing with Ben Bajarin
Apr 13, 2014 • 62 min
Rene and industry analyst Ben Bajarin talk about the realities of the wearable and smartwatch market, the phablet space in North America, and why it’s hard to see a next-big-thing any time soon.
35: Native apps vs. web apps and what comes next with Melton and Drance
Mar 31, 2014 • 43 min
Live from Macworld|iWorld 2014 Rene talks to Don Melton, former director of internet technology at Apple, and Matt Drance, former Apple evangelist, about web apps, native apps, hybrid apps, CarPlay, Oculus rift, and what comes next!
34: The importance of design with Dave Wiskus
Mar 17, 2014 • 64 min
Dave Wiskus of Vesper and Unprofessional joins Rene to talk about the important of design in technology and culture, strong opinions loosely held, handling criticism, providing support, and figuring out tough problems.
33: State of the Android with Phil Nickinson
Mar 10, 2014 • 51 min
Phil Nickinson of Android Central joins Rene to talk Galaxy S5 malaise, HTC’s new One, Nokia X, Android as a platform, and how he handles 300+ phones on his desk. Seriously.
32: The ultra-high definition future of television and transcoding with Don Melton
Feb 23, 2014 • 109 min
Don Melton and Guy English join Rene to talk about 4K TV (aka UHD or 2160p) and HEVC (aka H.265), the state of the televisions, physical and digital media, transcoding, and technology.
31: Facebook, WhatsApp, and the value of mobile messaging with Kevin Michaluk
Feb 20, 2014 • 62 min
Kevin Michaluk of Mobile Nations joins Rene to talk about Facebook’s $16 billion WhatsApp acquisition, not mistaking products for businesses, the value of user-base, the mobile hierarchy of needs, BBM’s missed opportunity, LINE, WeChat, Kik, and more.
30: Wearables, contextual sensors, and making them mainstream with Mathew Panzarino
Feb 13, 2014 • 66 min
Matthew Panzarino, co-editor of TechCrunch joins Rene to talk about why mobile is going wearable, how contextual information and sensors are evolving, and how Apple, Google, Samsung, and everyone else will try and sell them to us.
29: Microsoft’s new CEO and Lenovo’s new Moto with Ben Thompson
Feb 7, 2014 • 46 min
Ben Thompson of Stratechery joins Rene to talk about Microsoft’s new CEO, Satya Nadella and the challenges he faces making money in mobile, why Motorola was so important to Lenovo, what it means for Samsung and Apple, and why good products aren’t enough.
28: Making media truly mobile with Chris Harris
Feb 2, 2014 • 61 min
Chris Harris of Glide joins Rene to talk about the future of digital publishing, whether old media companies can adapt, if music, video, and text will become one and the same, and meeting the needs of mobile immigrants and mobile native.
27: Top tech trends of 2014 with Ben Bajarin
Jan 19, 2014 • 57 min
Ben Bajarin of Techpinions joins Rene to talk about the biggest tech trends of 2014, including 4K televisions, wearables and watches, embedded Android in everything, Xbox One, and more.
26: What’s going to happen to BlackBerry with Kevin Michaluk
Jan 15, 2014 • 86 min
Kevin Michaluk of CrackBerry joins Rene to talk about BlackBerry’s new direction, what went wrong with the new phone launches — and Alicia Keys! — and how they hope to turn devices, BBM, enterprise, and QNX into a bold new future.
25: Top tech stories of 2013 with Georgia Down
Dec 30, 2013 • 58 min
Georgia Dow of ZEN & TECH joins Rene to talk about the top technology stories of 2013, including revelations about government surveillance, social networks and the mob mentality, boredom vs. change aversion, and the internet of things.
24: The meaning of really cheap smartphones with Benedict Evans
Dec 23, 2013 • 65 min
Telecom analyst Benedict Evans talks to Rene about what really cheap Android handsets mean for the mobile market, Nokia’s quest for the next billion customers, and who’s buying the iPhone 5c.
23: Apple marketing with Matt Drance
Dec 13, 2013 • 62 min
Matt Drance, former Apple evangelist and current Apple Outsider talks to Rene about how Apple’s approach to outbound and product marketing differs from other consumer electronics companies.
22: Transcoding video with Don Melton
Nov 29, 2013 • 144 min
Don Melton, former Engineering Director of Internet Technologies at Apple, talks about his non-browser-based passions - Blu-Ray, transcoding, H.264, and managing massive amounts of media. Warning: Contains extreme nerdery.
21: State of the global smartphones with Ben Bajarin
Nov 24, 2013 • 67 min
Ben Bajarin of Techpinions talks to Rene about the growth of smartphones, the segments that are emerging, what marketshare really means, and what comes next with wearables, automotive, and more.
20: Wrangling rumors with Mark Gurman
Nov 19, 2013 • 68 min
Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac talks to Rene about the unusual nature of the Retina iPad mini launch, the role of rumor sites, and where Apple might be going next.
19: The new Nexus with Brian Klug
Nov 11, 2013 • 91 min
Brian Klug of AnandTech returns to wrap up the Apple A7 talk and then dive into the new Google Nexus 5 and what the future holds for mobile chipsets, displays, cameras, and more.
18: Missing the iPad magic with Ben Thompson
Oct 29, 2013 • 65 min
Ben Thompson of Stratechery, formerly of Apple and Microsoft, talks about the tablet market, including the seeming loss of ‘magic’ in iPad marketing, the inability of PC-makers to see beyond the PC, and the opportunity for true revolution.
17: Desktop-class mobile chipsets with Brian Klug
Oct 24, 2013 • 99 min
Brian Klug of Anandtech talks to Rene about Apple’s iPad & Mac event, the beefiness of the A7 Cyclone CPU, Google’s Nexus tablets, and desktop power in tiny packages.
16: Apple executives and Amazon Phones with Jessica Lessin
Oct 20, 2013 • 49 min
Jessica Lessin, formerly of the Wall Street Journal, soon to be launching a new tech site, talks to Rene about Apple’s new SVP of Apple Stores, Angela Ahrendts, iPhone 5c pricing, an Amazon phone, the Nest Protect, and the internet of things.
15: Cingleton 3 and core values with Moren and English
Oct 17, 2013 • 81 min
Guy English of Kickingbear.com and Dan Moren of Macworld join Rene to talk about the just-completed Cingleton 3, a symposium dedicated to the core values of Apple and technology developers, designers, and media.
14: Sell-siding with Chris Umiastowski
Oct 7, 2013 • 63 min
Chris Umiastowski, former sell-side analyst, talks to Rene about the state of the mobile market, including what led BlackBerry to the brink of sale.
13: What happened to BlackBerry with Kevin Michaluk
Sep 29, 2013 • 81 min
We interrupt our usual programing to get Kevin Michaluk of CrackBerry.com back on the line so he can explain to us what the hell is happening with BlackBerry. The reaction to the iPhone, the detour of the PlayBook, and the launch of BB10. No. Holds.…
12: Sensor fusion hubs with Brian Klug
Sep 22, 2013 • 87 min
Brian Klug of Anandtech talks to Rene about the new Apple A7 64-bit processor, M7 motion coprocessor, and camera in the new iPhone 5s and how it compares to the latest tech from Motorola, Nokia, Samsung, HTC, and more.
11: The value of cheap phones with Benedict Evans
Sep 17, 2013 • 64 min
Strategy analyst Benedict Evans joins Rene to talk about Apple’s iPhone 5c pricing, how it compares to low-cost Android and Windows Phone devices, and the relative value of platforms.
10: Smart watches with Kevin Michaluk
Sep 9, 2013 • 88 min
Kevin Michaluk of Mobile Nations and CrackBerry.com joins Rene to talk about smart watches, what they mean for traditional watch enthusiasts, for geeks, for the mainstream, for the tech industry, and for Google, Microsoft, BlackBerry, and Apple. Also:…
9: Microsoft’s mobile dilemma with Ben Thompson
Sep 3, 2013 • 74 min
Ben Thompson of stratēchery joins Rene to talk about Microsoft in a post-Ballmer mobile market, the IBM analogy, whether they need to be more like Apple, and why Google and Samsung were so damn smart. Also: Nokia sale!
8: The fastest mobile networks with Sascha Segan
Sep 2, 2013 • 66 min
Sascha Segan, lead mobile analyst at PCMag, talks to Rene about the evolution of data connections, the annual Fastest Mobile Networks survey, the triumphs and tragedies of modern carriers, and why we can’t always have nice phones.
7: Popular computing with Clayton Morris
Aug 26, 2013 • 66 min
Clayton Morris of Fox News talks to Rene about the popularization of computer technology, from phones to tablets to set top boxes, and the continued reluctance of old media companies to embrace it.
6: Amazon vs. Apple vs. Google vs. Samsung with Ben Bajarin
Aug 20, 2013 • 71 min
Ben Bajarin of Tech.pinions talks to Rene about Amazon, Apple, Google, and Samsung, their differences and similarities not only in business models but in philosophies, and their relative positions both in North America and internationally.
5: Intelligent, connected, electric cars with Tim Stevens
Aug 11, 2013 • 54 min
Tim Stevens, star of auto and gadget blogs, joins Rene to talk about the computerization of cars, including launch controls, self-driving vehicles, Sync, QNX, and iOS in the Car, and the explosive potential of hacking engines.
4: Comparing Apples to Androids with Brian Klug
Aug 5, 2013 • 81 min
Brian Klug of Anandtech talks to Rene about the relative strengths and weaknesses of iOS and Android, including specs, battery life, interface, and more, including the new Nexus 7 and Moto X. With wood veneer!
3: State of security with Nick Arnott
Aug 2, 2013 • 62 min
Nick Arnott of Neglected Potential talks to Rene about the state of modern electronic security, from Apple’s developer center and Android’s master keys, to social network hacks and engineering attacks.
2: The new Mac Pro with Guy English
Jul 23, 2013 • 65 min
Guy English of Aged & Distilled and Kickingbear joins Rene to talk about the new Mac Pro, what all the graphical firepower means for Apple, for developers, and for end users, and the ongoing move from power to empowering.
1: Xbox One with English and Siracusa
May 27, 2013 • 92 min
John Siracusa of Hypercritical and Guy English of Kickingbear join Rene to talk about the Xbox One, how it compares to the PS4, the Wii U, and what’s left for Google and Apple in the TV space.