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    Leader of Learning
    EdTech Trends: Interviews from ISTE Live 22 (Part 2)

    Leader of Learning

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 25:07


    In this interview, I speak to Leslie Ortego, Director of Customer Success at SchoolStatus. Some topics included: The importance of supporting teachers, especially as summer break begins and teacher burnout is on the rise; How schools can prepare to provide additional support for teachers during the upcoming school year through PD opportunities and edtech tools designed to support teachers; SchoolStatus' new video chat feature which enables educators to communicate with parents through video, directly through text or email, without the need to download an app; SchoolStatus' recent acquisition of Operoo, one of the most widely-used cloud-based solutions for online school forms, medical data, and trip management.I interviewed Thomas Gullen, Co-Founder of Construct3. Developed in 2011 by brothers Ashley and Tom Gullen, Construct is a state-of-the-art game engine that easily and effectively allows anyone to develop their own games without needing to know how to code - “PowerPoint for games”. Construct 3 is the third and latest and most robust iteration of this innovative software that has quickly been embraced by teachers and schools across the U.S. It is fully web-based and can run on any browser-enabled device including Macs, Windows PCs, LINUX and even Chromebooks, which is the standard in most U.S. schools.I interviewed Diana and Jaime from Identity Automation. We discussed the latest news in protections against ransomware, etc. With the rise of cyberattacks, bolstering classroom security postures without hampering instructional time has become imperative for educators. However, districts often find it difficult to get employees on board with protecting institutions due to the complexities of identity management, costs, etc.Full show notes and more information about this episode can be found at https://leaderoflearning.com/episode140.Download your copy of my FREE guide, “How to Build Trust as an Instructional Leader” at https://leaderoflearning.com/guide!To watch highlights of this episode and many of the recent podcast interviews, SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE at https://leaderoflearning/youtubeSUPPORT THE SHOW!!!Donate to the Show - https://leaderoflearning.com/donateWays to Support - https://leaderoflearning.com/supportMy Gear - https://www.amazon.com/shop/dkreinessConsider Becoming an Official Sponsor - https://leaderoflearning.com/press-kitTo leave a rating and review on Apple Podcasts - https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/leader-of-learning/id1243021772Android user? Leave a rating and review on Podchaser - https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/leader-of-learning-532116To follow Leader Of Learning on social media:Twitter - https://twitter.com/dr_kreinessInstagram - https://instagram.com/dr_kreinessTikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@dr_kreinessLinkedIn - https://linkedin.com/in/dankreinessFacebook - https://facebook.com/leaderoflearningThe Leader Of Learning Podcast is a proud member of the Education Podcast Network. For more information and to find other great podcasts, visit https://edupodcastnetwork.comThe Leader Of Learning Podcast is a proud member of the Code Breaker Podcast Network. For more information and to find other great podcasts, visit http://www.codebreakeredu.com/services/podcastsMusic credits: https://www.purple-planet.com

    RetroMacCast
    RMC Episode 619: Macworld July 1992

    RetroMacCast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 41:45


    James and John discuss eBay finds: Picasso Mac Polo Shirt, HD20 with SCSI conversion, collection of Macs and more. They look back at Macworld magazine July 1992, and news includes MacintoshPi and NanoRaptor creations. Join our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, watch us on YouTube, and visit us at RetroMacCast.

    The CultCast
    M2 MacBook Air DETROY other Macs, + why you SHOULDN'T hunt down AirTag thieves (CultCast #556)

    The CultCast

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 65:24 Very Popular


    This week: M2 MacBook Air blows away other Macs in speed test iPhone 14 Pro always-on screen behavior previewed in new iOS 16 wallpaper details Apple earnings beat pessimistic predictions Apple Maps extends cycling directions to all 50 states NYC man learns the hard way to not track down thieves with an AirTag This episode supported by Easily create a beautiful website all by yourself, at Squarespace.com/cultcast. Use offer code CultCast at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain. Cult of Mac's watch store is full of beautiful straps that cost way less than Apple's. See the full curated collection at Store.Cultofmac.com CultCloth will keep your Mac Studio, Studio Display, iPhone 13, glasses and lenses sparkling clean, and for a limited time use code CULTCAST at checkout to score a free CarryCloth with any order at CultCloth.co. This week's stories M2 MacBook Air blows away other Macs in speed test The new M2 MacBook Air got an amazing score on the Speedometer 2.0 benchmarking app. Apple's latest notebook solidly beat other Macs in this test of web browser speed. iPhone 14 Pro always-on screen behavior previewed in new iOS 16 wallpaper details 9to5Mac found multiple references to always-on display support in iOS 16, which corroborates all the iPhone 14 Pro rumors. Apple earnings beat pessimistic predictions Back in April, Apple warned that global supply constraints and COVID-19 lockdowns in China could sap between $4 billion and $8 billion in revenue from the June quarter. The company struggled to assemble enough Macs and iPads to meet demand, though it seems to have kept up with iPhone orders. Apple Maps extends cycling directions to all 50 states If you ride a bike, now you can now get turn-by-turn navigation from Apple Maps in all 50 states. That's because cycling directions recently arrived in Hawaii. I built a time machine. A time machine that sends you back to the era of iPods and boxed NYC man learns the hard way to not track down thieves with an AirTag A New York City man had his scooter stolen. But he'd put one of Apple's AirTag item trackers on the bike, so he was able to track down the thieves … who beat the $%#@ out of him.

    Grand Theft Life
    #154 - Leo's Are Manifesting A Recession

    Grand Theft Life

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 63:43


    Listen in podcast appInstagram Caves Into Kardashian ShameApple and Amazon EarningsRecessions are Self fulfilling Prophecies WE NEED MORE IMMIGRATIONBoomers Lose the Work From Home BattleJustin Trudeau Cancels Farmers The case for traveling before RetirementListen on Apple, Spotify, or Google Podcasts.If you aren’t in the Reformed Millennials Facebook Group join us for daily updates, discussions, and deep dives into the investable trends Millennials should be paying attention to.👉 For specific investment questions or advice contact Joel @ Gold Investment Management.📈📊Market Update💵📉"no one panic until her (Nancy Pelosi) husband starts buying Lockheed and Raytheon.”There was lots of talk last week of a ‘bottom’.If we have bottomed…fantastic. There will be lot’s of gains in the future.What I do not want to do is chase stocks when the indexes are below the 200 days moving averages.We see more stocks from various sectors setting up. This earnings quarter, the market reaction to earnings has been predominantly positive – many names didn’t sell off after missing estimates and cutting guidance; many broke out after stronger than expected earnings. This is a notable change in sentiment compared to the previous two earnings quarters.Other than Facebook (META), all mega caps had positive reactions to their earnings this season – TSLA, GOOGL, MSFT, AAPL, AMZN. Why does it matter? Those stocks can only be moved by institutional money.Two new Bills in the making have given a significant boost to two groups of stocks – semiconductors and clean energy. Those are shaping up to be among the current market leaders.The Fed has given signs that interest rate increases will slow down if the economic data requires it. They are paying attention to inflation and jobs data primarily. GDP was negative in the past two Qs, so the US is basically in a recession. The market reads this as a reason for the Fed’s tightening to become a lot less aggressive.Crazy how things change.Last month, the market felt absolutely despondent…. with most indices up almost 10% in July (the S&P was up ~9%; the Russell was up ~10.5%) and having their best month since November 2020 (when COVID vaccines came out), things certainly aren’t as fearful…. but I feel like there’s still a lot of value out there.RM’s Thoughts on Taiwan:I'm against the forever wars and generally am skeptical about the use of military.But defending Taiwan makes sense for Americans' concrete economic interests, freedoms, and sovereignty.First and foremost, China's ambitions are almost certainly not limited to Taiwan. Rather, they appear to seek first hegemony over Asia and global preeminence from there. How do we know? Well, they say it pretty openly now. Plus they're building a power projection military.If China achieves this goal, you can be very confident that Americans' prosperity and liberties will suffer. Why? China will have a controlling influence over more than 50% of global GDP. It will be the gatekeeper and the center of the global economy.To simplify a bit: Everybody, every company will have to dance to their tune. If you don't, they'll block you from trading there. The yuan will be the dominant currency. Chinese regulations will be the baseline. Chinese companies and universities will be the world's best.In that context, you can bet Europe, the Middle East, Latin America, Africa will orient toward Beijing. They need growth! They'll need to play ball. So America and its allies will have a choice: Play ball or go it alone.But China will have a strong incentive to push us down. The USA is the only country that can challenge their ascendancy. So China will have strong reason to demote us down the value chain, if only to weaken the only plausible counter to Beijing's preeminence.Certain US elites and favored interest groups would prosper under this model, but not the society as a whole. The US and Canadas economic security would be subject to Beijing's diktat, and our freedoms would clearly suffer as a result. Economic power is political power.To take just one example: Many Americans have big concerns about the social media companies (I do!). But our debate assumes that we can change things in Washington or state capitals. Not if PRC is hegemon. Then the social media companies will be Chinese or subsidiaries.Or we could try to go it alone. But then we'll be what, at most 20% of global GDP. But with China as the determinant of the rest, it'll try to isolate us and bring us down as the challenger. Autarky will be a much, much more pinched life for Americans. We'll be a lot poorer.Why does Taiwan matter for this? Well, it's critical to the defense of Japan, the Philippines, South Korea. And it's a reasonable bellwether for them of how much they can rely on the US. If Taiwan falls, it will be much harder to prevent China from dominating Asia.And preventing China from dominating Asia is manifestly in Americans' very concrete interests.People might want to help Taiwan for other reasons: democracy, shared values, sympathy. But those are not the bottom line for Americans. It's in our own interests.The issue is that Taiwan is a very important but not genuinely existential interest. It's something we should do, but it's not worth fighting to the last man. So we should act to avoid that choice. We can do so by having a military that can defend Taiwan at a tolerable cost.But we're not doing that right now. Instead we're frittering away our focus and resources on other things instead of laser-focusing. This is profoundly ill-advised and irresponsible.Success would be laser-focusing on being able to defend Taiwan, China seeing that, and never trying to attack the island because they realize they'd fail. This is possible. Mao wanted to conquer Taiwan but never tried because he knew he'd fail.If we could convince Beijing they'd fail now, they'd be unlikely to try. Then our anti-hegemonic coalition in Asia would stand up and survive. Then we'd have a good power balance. Then we'd have a strong basis for our economy to prosper: market share, a strong dollar, etc.Work From HomeLike it or not, it seems that remote work is a trend that is here to stay.The numbers are telling. As of this spring, only 38% of NYC office workers were in their office on a given day based on this survey  by the Partnership For NYC (a leading business group in NYC). The numbers are similar in the Bay Area and Los Angeles. Some cities around the US have much higher numbers but I have not seen any city higher than 70% on this score.Remote work is here to stay, with 78% of employers indicating a hybrid office model will be their predominant post-pandemic policy, up from just 6% pre-pandemic.**https://pfnyc.org/research/return-to-office-survey-results-may-2022/**We all know that people are nicer to each other in person. Email and slack and zoom don’t bring out the best in people. Having a meal together does.So what should we do about this quandry?💸Reformed Millennials - Post of The WeekApple Q2 22' Earnings - This tells an important story about how the upper middle class economy is performing and where big is shifting their businesses.From the Wall Street Journal:Apple Inc. reported an almost 11% decline in profit after weathering supply constraints and shutdowns in China, although iPhone sales continued to grow, remaining resilient despite economic challenges. The better-than-expected results for the quarter ended in June followed a pattern of tech companies that posted a drop in profits but managed to assuage investor concerns about their strength in uncertain economic times.This was, under the circumstances, a very impressive quarter from Apple. There were also lots of interesting tidbits to pick up across their business lines.iPhone: This comment from Tim Cook on the earnings call really said it all as far as the iPhone business is concerned:From an aggregate point of view, looking at it worldwide, looking at the data on iPhone for the June quarter, there’s not obvious evidence in there that there’s a macroeconomic headwind. I’m not saying that there’s not one, I’m saying that the data doesn’t show it. Where we can clearly see that in the Wearables, Home and Accessories area. And so I would differentiate those two.Two factors shield the iPhone from an economic slowdown:first is the fact that Apple primarily sells to more affluent customers, who may be less likely to feel economic pain in a slowdown, or suffer acute impacts from inflation;the second is that a smartphone is, for nearly everyone, the most important device in their life. .The other factor that appeared to be driving iPhone strength was the easing of silicon (semiconductors) shortages; Cook said up-front that “Our supply constraints were less than we anticipated at the beginning of the quarter, coming in slightly below the range we discussed during our last call.” This tracks with other earnings which point towards an imminent chip glut.Mac: The Mac was down 10% year-over-year and 29% sequentially; that the largest sequential drop in my earnings spreadsheet, which goes back to 2013. The reason is the Shanghai lockdowns; from Cook:For last quarter, what we saw was when the COVID restrictions hit in the Shanghai corridor, we lost the primary source of supply for Mac units. And that was either running at a reduced rate or down completely for the majority of the quarter. And so it was a very big impact to the Mac business. We felt good, frankly, that we were able to, by the end of the quarter, get this back to where we were down 10 points. But the negative 10, I would classify as being driven by supply. And of course, FX feeds into this as well because of the translation issues around the world. There’s also some impact because of the business in Russia, but those are the three kind of reasons that I would tell you. In terms of testing the demand, you can’t really test the demand unless you have the supply. And we were so far from that last quarter that, you know, we have an estimate of what we believe demand was, but it is an estimate. We recognize how the industry is doing. We think that we’ve got a great story with the Mac, getting M1 out and now M2 out, we have a very, very strong offering for the back to school season. And we’ll see how we do this quarter. We’ll report back in October.This specific quarterly result for this specific business is, by a substantial margin, the most pain that Apple has ever felt for its dependence on China. As I understand it Apple has two primary Mac suppliers, but both make the Mac in the Shanghai area; that means that when the entire metropolitan area was locked down earlier this year Apple had nowhere else to make Macs.Services: This is the one area of the company that benefited from the Shanghai lockdown; from a question at the end of the call:A quick follow up on the lockdown in China during the June quarter. did you actually see any noticeable negative effects on your App Store revenue for the region or any positive effects? Like maybe more gaming downloads?Tim Cook: China had very good results on services last quarter. So they grew strong double digit, better than the company average. And they set a new June quarter revenue record during the quarter.What was more interesting was Apple’s advertising business; while the company doesn’t break out the numbers in its results, Cook said in response to a question:When you then look at services, there were some services that were impacted, for example, like digital advertising was clearly impacted by the macroeconomic environment.Both Cook and CFO Luca Maestri brought this up several times in the call, and I was initially a bit surprised; after all, you would expect some portion of the advertising money that, post App Tracking Transparency (ATT), is not going to Facebook et al would go to Apple instead. And that, to be clear, might have happened: Services was up 12% year-over-year, and neither Apple executive actually said that advertising was down (and Apple, I would add, is very incentivized to talk down their advertising business).APPLE’S NEW ADVERTISING SLOTSApple is introducing two new App Store ad slots, one of which addresses this issue; from 9to5Mac:Apple is expanding its advertising business and adding two new ad slots to the App Store. Currently, the App Store has two ad slots: one on the main ‘Search’ tab and one in the Search results. The two new App Store ads announced today will bring advertisements to the App Store ‘Today’ homepage, as well as to individual app pages.It’s not yet clear how finely targeted the ‘Today’ ad can be; even that ad placement, though, depends on consumers opening the App Store. The hole in Apple’s advertising offering remains demand generation, and the most obvious way to do that is through ads in other apps (Apple would likely claim that all ads it served on the iPhone are first-party data, just like all purchases are). This is also the type of ad that most benefits from data about what a consumer has previously purchased.This is context for a curious presentation Apple released in May; again from 9to5Mac:Apple’s Search Ads business is becoming an increasingly important part of its Services revenue. In a presentation to advertising clients today, obtained by 9to5Mac, the company emphasizes that even as Search Ads continue to grow, the vast majority of users are opting for an experience that doesn’t rely on personalized advertising…Apple’s emphasis in today’s presentation, according to a slide deck obtained by 9to5Mac, is that Search Ads rely very little on personalized targeting, and conversion rates are virtually unaffected.With iOS 15, Apple added a new prompt when a user opens the App Store for the first time. The prompt explains personalized ads “help you discover apps, products, and services that are relevant to you.” The prompt gives users the ability to turn on personalized ads or to turn them off. According to data aggregated by Apple, 78% of iOS search volume on the App Store came from devices with personalized ads turned off. This effectively means that 78% of users are opting to “Turn Off Personalized Ads” when they see the prompt for the first time in the App Store. Furthermore, additional data from Apple indicates that the average conversion rate between users with personalized ads enabled and personalized ads disabled is nearly identical. For customers who opted in to personalized ads, advertisers see a 62.1% conversion rate. Among users with personalized ads disabled, that conversion rate is 62.5%.This isn’t a complete surprise: the reason why search advertising is so effective is because instead of having to discern what the user wants the users themselves go to the trouble of telling you explicitly with their search term.I continue to believe we haven’t seen the end of Apple introducing new ad inventory, and I don’t think it will remain limited to Apple’s apps for too long.🐦 Twitter Thread of The Week 🐦Leveraging Brand through Equity Ownership. A master class from Lebron as he hunts a NBA franchise in Las Vegas from Joe Pompliano🔮Best Links of The Week🔮✍️ Dario Perkins on the nightmare scenario for Central Banks.✍️ Benn Eifert on bullsh*t in investing. - Noah Opinion✍️ Written Q&A with Michael Mauboussin on the investing process.📺 Howard Marks discusses the current market environment and how it compares to past bear markets. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit www.reformedmillennials.com

    Windows Weekly (MP3)
    WW 788: A Mai Tai of Headwinds - Intel down, AMD up, the Windows 10 22H2 mystery continues

    Windows Weekly (MP3)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 125:26 Very Popular


    Intel down, AMD up, the Windows 10 22H2 mystery continues Windows 10 22H2 Microsoft enters the final test phase for Windows 10 22H2 before rollout - but doesn't announce what the new features are Microsoft said information about the "scoped features" will come later  Windows 11 Dev channel got a new build today with Game Pass widget Beta Channel gets two new builds because of course it does Windows Subsystem for Android to get gamepad support Microsoft 365 Outlook Lite arrives for low-end Android devices Uber emails are crashing Outlook Teams for Apple silicon Macs is rolling out 'in the coming months' More Earnings Learnings Apple: All businesses but iPhone and Services were down, and Services growth was half that of the past year, and they lost subscribers Amazon: Net loss because of Rivian investment, but AWS revenues jumped 33 percent YOY to $19.74 billion Intel: Net loss of $454 million on revenues of $15.3 billion, a decline of 22 percent year-over-year. Why? PCs AMD: Net income of $447 million on revenues of $6.6 billion in the quarter ending June 25, 2022 Microsoft added more than 40,000 employees in the last year and is now well over 200K employees Xbox & Gaming Activision Blizzard limps through the quarter, and Microsoft disses them to pass regulatory approval Google is not killing Stadia. Yet Amazon Luna heads to 2022 Samsung Smart TVs PS5 sales plummet, but Sony finalizes Bungie acquisition Nintendo misses on earnings, sales down 4.7 percent Tips & Picks Tip of the week: Buy the PC you need, not the PC you might need App pick of the week: VMWare Fusion 22H2 for Mac Enterprise pick of the week: More Microsoft Defender products for defending all the things Codename pick of the week: Oasis Beer pick of the week: Deciduous Lollipop Forest Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: infrascale.com/TWIT UserWay.org/twit CDW.com/LenovoClient

    All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
    Windows Weekly 788: A Mai Tai of Headwinds

    All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 125:26 Very Popular


    Intel down, AMD up, the Windows 10 22H2 mystery continues Windows 10 22H2 Microsoft enters the final test phase for Windows 10 22H2 before rollout - but doesn't announce what the new features are Microsoft said information about the "scoped features" will come later  Windows 11 Dev channel got a new build today with Game Pass widget Beta Channel gets two new builds because of course it does Windows Subsystem for Android to get gamepad support Microsoft 365 Outlook Lite arrives for low-end Android devices Uber emails are crashing Outlook Teams for Apple silicon Macs is rolling out 'in the coming months' More Earnings Learnings Apple: All businesses but iPhone and Services were down, and Services growth was half that of the past year, and they lost subscribers Amazon: Net loss because of Rivian investment, but AWS revenues jumped 33 percent YOY to $19.74 billion Intel: Net loss of $454 million on revenues of $15.3 billion, a decline of 22 percent year-over-year. Why? PCs AMD: Net income of $447 million on revenues of $6.6 billion in the quarter ending June 25, 2022 Microsoft added more than 40,000 employees in the last year and is now well over 200K employees Xbox & Gaming Activision Blizzard limps through the quarter, and Microsoft disses them to pass regulatory approval Google is not killing Stadia. Yet Amazon Luna heads to 2022 Samsung Smart TVs PS5 sales plummet, but Sony finalizes Bungie acquisition Nintendo misses on earnings, sales down 4.7 percent Tips & Picks Tip of the week: Buy the PC you need, not the PC you might need App pick of the week: VMWare Fusion 22H2 for Mac Enterprise pick of the week: More Microsoft Defender products for defending all the things Codename pick of the week: Oasis Beer pick of the week: Deciduous Lollipop Forest Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: infrascale.com/TWIT UserWay.org/twit CDW.com/LenovoClient

    Radio Leo (Audio)
    Windows Weekly 788: A Mai Tai of Headwinds

    Radio Leo (Audio)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 125:26


    Intel down, AMD up, the Windows 10 22H2 mystery continues Windows 10 22H2 Microsoft enters the final test phase for Windows 10 22H2 before rollout - but doesn't announce what the new features are Microsoft said information about the "scoped features" will come later  Windows 11 Dev channel got a new build today with Game Pass widget Beta Channel gets two new builds because of course it does Windows Subsystem for Android to get gamepad support Microsoft 365 Outlook Lite arrives for low-end Android devices Uber emails are crashing Outlook Teams for Apple silicon Macs is rolling out 'in the coming months' More Earnings Learnings Apple: All businesses but iPhone and Services were down, and Services growth was half that of the past year, and they lost subscribers Amazon: Net loss because of Rivian investment, but AWS revenues jumped 33 percent YOY to $19.74 billion Intel: Net loss of $454 million on revenues of $15.3 billion, a decline of 22 percent year-over-year. Why? PCs AMD: Net income of $447 million on revenues of $6.6 billion in the quarter ending June 25, 2022 Microsoft added more than 40,000 employees in the last year and is now well over 200K employees Xbox & Gaming Activision Blizzard limps through the quarter, and Microsoft disses them to pass regulatory approval Google is not killing Stadia. Yet Amazon Luna heads to 2022 Samsung Smart TVs PS5 sales plummet, but Sony finalizes Bungie acquisition Nintendo misses on earnings, sales down 4.7 percent Tips & Picks Tip of the week: Buy the PC you need, not the PC you might need App pick of the week: VMWare Fusion 22H2 for Mac Enterprise pick of the week: More Microsoft Defender products for defending all the things Codename pick of the week: Oasis Beer pick of the week: Deciduous Lollipop Forest Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: infrascale.com/TWIT UserWay.org/twit CDW.com/LenovoClient

    Windows Weekly (Video HI)
    WW 788: A Mai Tai of Headwinds - Intel down, AMD up, the Windows 10 22H2 mystery continues

    Windows Weekly (Video HI)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 126:01


    Intel down, AMD up, the Windows 10 22H2 mystery continues Windows 10 22H2 Microsoft enters the final test phase for Windows 10 22H2 before rollout - but doesn't announce what the new features are Microsoft said information about the "scoped features" will come later  Windows 11 Dev channel got a new build today with Game Pass widget Beta Channel gets two new builds because of course it does Windows Subsystem for Android to get gamepad support Microsoft 365 Outlook Lite arrives for low-end Android devices Uber emails are crashing Outlook Teams for Apple silicon Macs is rolling out 'in the coming months' More Earnings Learnings Apple: All businesses but iPhone and Services were down, and Services growth was half that of the past year, and they lost subscribers Amazon: Net loss because of Rivian investment, but AWS revenues jumped 33 percent YOY to $19.74 billion Intel: Net loss of $454 million on revenues of $15.3 billion, a decline of 22 percent year-over-year. Why? PCs AMD: Net income of $447 million on revenues of $6.6 billion in the quarter ending June 25, 2022 Microsoft added more than 40,000 employees in the last year and is now well over 200K employees Xbox & Gaming Activision Blizzard limps through the quarter, and Microsoft disses them to pass regulatory approval Google is not killing Stadia. Yet Amazon Luna heads to 2022 Samsung Smart TVs PS5 sales plummet, but Sony finalizes Bungie acquisition Nintendo misses on earnings, sales down 4.7 percent Tips & Picks Tip of the week: Buy the PC you need, not the PC you might need App pick of the week: VMWare Fusion 22H2 for Mac Enterprise pick of the week: More Microsoft Defender products for defending all the things Codename pick of the week: Oasis Beer pick of the week: Deciduous Lollipop Forest Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: infrascale.com/TWIT UserWay.org/twit CDW.com/LenovoClient

    All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)
    Windows Weekly 788: A Mai Tai of Headwinds

    All TWiT.tv Shows (Video LO)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 126:01


    Intel down, AMD up, the Windows 10 22H2 mystery continues Windows 10 22H2 Microsoft enters the final test phase for Windows 10 22H2 before rollout - but doesn't announce what the new features are Microsoft said information about the "scoped features" will come later  Windows 11 Dev channel got a new build today with Game Pass widget Beta Channel gets two new builds because of course it does Windows Subsystem for Android to get gamepad support Microsoft 365 Outlook Lite arrives for low-end Android devices Uber emails are crashing Outlook Teams for Apple silicon Macs is rolling out 'in the coming months' More Earnings Learnings Apple: All businesses but iPhone and Services were down, and Services growth was half that of the past year, and they lost subscribers Amazon: Net loss because of Rivian investment, but AWS revenues jumped 33 percent YOY to $19.74 billion Intel: Net loss of $454 million on revenues of $15.3 billion, a decline of 22 percent year-over-year. Why? PCs AMD: Net income of $447 million on revenues of $6.6 billion in the quarter ending June 25, 2022 Microsoft added more than 40,000 employees in the last year and is now well over 200K employees Xbox & Gaming Activision Blizzard limps through the quarter, and Microsoft disses them to pass regulatory approval Google is not killing Stadia. Yet Amazon Luna heads to 2022 Samsung Smart TVs PS5 sales plummet, but Sony finalizes Bungie acquisition Nintendo misses on earnings, sales down 4.7 percent Tips & Picks Tip of the week: Buy the PC you need, not the PC you might need App pick of the week: VMWare Fusion 22H2 for Mac Enterprise pick of the week: More Microsoft Defender products for defending all the things Codename pick of the week: Oasis Beer pick of the week: Deciduous Lollipop Forest Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: infrascale.com/TWIT UserWay.org/twit CDW.com/LenovoClient

    Radio Leo (Video HD)
    Windows Weekly 788: A Mai Tai of Headwinds

    Radio Leo (Video HD)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 126:01


    Intel down, AMD up, the Windows 10 22H2 mystery continues Windows 10 22H2 Microsoft enters the final test phase for Windows 10 22H2 before rollout - but doesn't announce what the new features are Microsoft said information about the "scoped features" will come later  Windows 11 Dev channel got a new build today with Game Pass widget Beta Channel gets two new builds because of course it does Windows Subsystem for Android to get gamepad support Microsoft 365 Outlook Lite arrives for low-end Android devices Uber emails are crashing Outlook Teams for Apple silicon Macs is rolling out 'in the coming months' More Earnings Learnings Apple: All businesses but iPhone and Services were down, and Services growth was half that of the past year, and they lost subscribers Amazon: Net loss because of Rivian investment, but AWS revenues jumped 33 percent YOY to $19.74 billion Intel: Net loss of $454 million on revenues of $15.3 billion, a decline of 22 percent year-over-year. Why? PCs AMD: Net income of $447 million on revenues of $6.6 billion in the quarter ending June 25, 2022 Microsoft added more than 40,000 employees in the last year and is now well over 200K employees Xbox & Gaming Activision Blizzard limps through the quarter, and Microsoft disses them to pass regulatory approval Google is not killing Stadia. Yet Amazon Luna heads to 2022 Samsung Smart TVs PS5 sales plummet, but Sony finalizes Bungie acquisition Nintendo misses on earnings, sales down 4.7 percent Tips & Picks Tip of the week: Buy the PC you need, not the PC you might need App pick of the week: VMWare Fusion 22H2 for Mac Enterprise pick of the week: More Microsoft Defender products for defending all the things Codename pick of the week: Oasis Beer pick of the week: Deciduous Lollipop Forest Hosts: Leo Laporte, Mary Jo Foley, and Paul Thurrott Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/windows-weekly Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Check out Paul's blog at thurrott.com Check out Mary Jo's blog at AllAboutMicrosoft.com The Windows Weekly theme music is courtesy of Carl Franklin. Sponsors: infrascale.com/TWIT UserWay.org/twit CDW.com/LenovoClient

    Guy's Daily Drive
    MyMac Podcast 901: That's a lot of Macs

    Guy's Daily Drive

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 59:07


    Apple just released their Q3 earnings for 2022 and while the company met expectations, that's about the long and short of it. Mac sales in particular were way down by 20% year over year and the biggest problem seems to be supply constraints and a lot of China's capacity out due to lockdowns enforced by the government. Guest host Karl Madden from the Mac & Forth podcast comes in for Gaz (who's been walking Wilf for a REALLY long time now) and they talk a bit about just how many Macs Apple sells per year.   Contact Info: Mac & Forth Website: https://www.macandforth.com/ Mac & Forth Twitter: https://twitter.com/macandforth Mac & Forth Email: macandforth@gmail.com Guy@mymac.com, MacParrot on Twitter/ Gaz@mymac.com, GazMaz on Twitter/ GuyandGaz on Twitter/ Feedback@mymac.com/

    MyMac.com Podcast
    MyMac Podcast 901: That's a lot of Macs

    MyMac.com Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 59:07


    Apple just released their Q3 earnings for 2022 and while the company met expectations, that's about the long and short of it. Mac sales in particular were way down by 20 year over year and the biggest problem seems to be supply constraints and a lot of China's capacity out due to lockdowns enforced by the government. Guest host Karl Madden from the Mac Forth podcast comes in for Gaz (who's been walking Wilf for a REALLY long time now) and they talk a bit about just how many Macs Apple sells per year.

    Intego Mac Podcast
    Episode 250: Is Your Car the Next Security Risk?

    Intego Mac Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 29:20


    Cars are the next target for hackers; we look at vulnerabilities in standalone GPS devices, and we also discuss how Honda shrugged when presented with security vulnerabilities. We also go over the recent Apple operating system updates, and look at how Content Caching on a Mac may prevent security updates from being installed automatically. Show Notes: CVE-2022-32839 - remote code execution How can you tell whether your Mac is up to date? How to Use Content Caching on macOS to Save Bandwidth macOS Monterey 12.5 isn't yet safe for all OpenCore Legacy Patcher patched Macs Hardcoded password in Confluence app has been leaked on Twitter Security flaws in a popular GPS module could allow hackers to track vehicles The Rolling Pwn - Security Now #879 show notes Zoom brings end-to-end encryption to its cloud phone service This Is the Code the FBI Used to Wiretap the World Drobo Files for Bankruptcy Intego Mac Premium Bundle X9 is the ultimate protection and utility suite for your Mac. Download a free trial now at intego.com, and use this link for a special discount when you're ready to buy.

    ChurchMediaHQ
    Desktop Macs + Big Announcement

    ChurchMediaHQ

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 32:18


    We discuss the best Macs for desktop and make a big announcement about the future of the podcast. Subscribe on YouTube at https://youtube.com/mustincrease

    Notnerd Podcast: Tech Better
    Episode 345: Everything is Tech

    Notnerd Podcast: Tech Better

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 39:56


    There's something for everyone this week. Whether you're wondering what's going on with Wordle, Space, or The Bachelorette, make sure to listen in. Those stories and much more to help you get out there and tech better. Followup:   Google's Chrome OS Flex is now available for old PCs and Macs (01:00) U.S. online sales during Amazon's Prime Day jump to $12B (03:25) Microsoft Patch Tuesday, July 2022 Edition (05:55) ESPN+ prices go up (07:45) Apple's M2 MacBook Air is now available (09:50) NYT releases Wordle board game - Spotify buys Heardle (10:35) Oregon spent $2.4M on digital COVID-19 vaccine card few are using (12:20) Dave's Pro Tip of the Week: Manage storage on your Mac - Apple icon > About This Mac > Storage > Manage... (14:25) Takes:  First images from the James Webb Space Telescope (19:00) Twitter is testing custom timelines, the first one is about The Bachelorette (22:05) Kids and teens now spend more time on TikTok than YouTube (23:10) Apple ends consulting agreement with Jony Ive (25:45) Amazon finally admits giving cops Ring doorbell data without consent (27:05) Bonus Odd Take: https://cheatography.com/ (30:10) Picks of the Week:  Dave: Amazon Basics 10 Pack CR2032 3 Volt Lithium Coin Cell Battery  (33:10) Nate: https://iphonephototeam.com/feed (35:35) Find us elsewhere: https://www.notnerd.com https://www.youtube.com/c/Notnerd https://ratethispodcast.com/notnerd https://www.tiktok.com/@notnerdpod https://www.twitter.com/n0tnerd/ https://www.instagram.com/n0tnerd https://www.facebook.com/n0tnerd/ info@Notnerd.com Call or text 608.618.NERD(6373) If you would like to help support Notnerd financially, mentally, or physically, please contact us via any of the methods above. Consider any product/app links to be affiliate links.

    Inde i maskinen - bag om it-nyhederne
    Kan du købe en dårlig bærbar?

    Inde i maskinen - bag om it-nyhederne

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 21:27


    Et sted i chefredaktørens kælder står hans første bærbare computer. En Toshiba der vejer 7 kilo, har en to-farvet skærm, 20 mb harddisk, 10 mhz 286-processor og intet batteri.Den virker stadig! Så både Wordperfect, DOS og Norton Commander flyver afsted når den en sjælden gang spindes op.Det er en god historie. Og et godt oplæg til dagens episode af Inde i maskinen, Computerworlds podcast der går bag om, it-nyhederne.Men episoden starter på det sommervarme kontor hvor Computerworlds teknologiredaktør Niels de Boissezon netop havde skrevet en guide til bærbare. Og så kom vi til at diskutere om man overhovedet kunne købe en dårlig bærbar mere. Og hvis man kunne: Hvad er det man skal passe på nu om dage?Et oplagt emne at indvie læserne i. Og emnet for dagens episode hvor vi vender hvad en god bærbar er, hvordan Macs klarer sig i den sammenhæng hvad det er man får, når priserne stiger.

    TechLinked
    Intel Arc leak, M2 Max Macs, Webb Telescope SSD + more!

    TechLinked

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 6:23 Very Popular


    0:00 James is NOT the father 0:08 Intel A770 price, performance 1:19 M2 Pro, M2 Max, M2 Extreme? 2:15 James Webb Telescope SSD 3:15 Secret Lab 3:49 QUICK BITS 3:57 RTX 40 series delay 4:26 FCC Chair wants broadband upgrade 4:59 FTC takes on VPNs 5:27 Instagram chat purchases 5:50 HDD shipments ship less NEWS SOURCES: https://lmg.gg/paDir

    Command Control Power: Apple Tech Support & Business Talk
    473: Announcing the Mac Admins Foundation with Tom Bridge, Rich Trouton and Chris Dawe

    Command Control Power: Apple Tech Support & Business Talk

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 40:30


    Apple Consultants Network members Joe Saponare, Sam Valencia and Jerry Zigmont discuss working with Apple technology and clients in their consulting practices. Technical challenges and client relationships are freely shared in this weekly podcast. Congrats to the Mac Admins Foundation on their successful launch! We were honored to be joined by several board members of the Mac Admins foundation including returning guests Tom Bridge and Rich Trouton, and new voice Chris Dawe. The Mac Admins Slack workspace currently serves almost 50,000 members, with approximately 5,000 monthly active members. Beyond providing for the use of community tools like the Mac Admins Slack workspace, the mission of the Mac Admins Foundation is to foster connections, share and preserve knowledge, protect the the independence of the community, and maintain broad accessibility to all community resources. TOM BRIDGE, CO-CHAIR Tom Bridge is the Principal Product Manager for Apple Technologies at JumpCloud. He is also the producer of the Mac Admins Podcast. He lives in Washington, D.C. with his wife Tiffany, their son Charlie, and large cat, Macro. Prior to joining JumpCloud, he was a partner at Technolutionary LLC, where he managed IT operations for more than 60 Mac-focused businesses, including the 9:30 Club, Arcadia, Navanti Group, and more. RICH TROUTON, TREASURER Rich Trouton has been doing Macintosh system and server administration for over twenty years and has supported Macs in a number of different environments, including university, government, medical research, advertising and enterprise software development. His current position is at SAP, where he works with the rest of the Apple@SAP team to support SAP's Apple community. Rich has also written for Peachpit, Apress and MacTech Magazine on various ways to manage Apple devices. CHRIS DAWE, SECRETARY Chris Dawe is a consultant specializing in Apple technologies and networking. A partner in Seattle-area consultancy Wheelwrights, Chris manages systems for a variety of businesses, speaks regularly on industry topics such as Wi-Fi and IT management, and helps lead the Shadowy Cabal running the regional meetup group Apple Admins of Seattle and the Great Northwest. SUPPORT CMD CTRL PWR Command Control Power has reached our 9th anniversary! We have been recording new episodes every week since June of 2013. We are very appreciative of our Patrons and over the next month or so, we are going to do something a little different to show our appreciation. We will be airing new shows every week on the private Patreon feed. On the public show we will re-air a classic episode from our catalog of almost 500 episodes, along with the occasional new show. Become a Patron today for access to the freshest content, get a peek behind the scenes, and more candid conversations about running our businesses, dealing with clients and fixing tough technical issues.    

    MobileViews.com Podcast
    MobileViews Podcast 416: Telework Fridays; ChromeOS Flex 296 certified devices; Amazon recycling; Subscription-ization of iPhone/iPad apps

    MobileViews.com Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 39:49


    In this podcast Todd Ogasawara and Jon Westfall discuss 295 Macs and PCs certified to run Google's ChromeOS Flex Nobody wants to be in the office on Fridays (shocking! :-) Amazon Recycling Program Recycle small consumer electronics for free The subscription-izaton of iPhone/iPad apps

    Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
    Fiji completely runs out of McDonald's Big Macs, cheeseburgers

    Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 2:59


    It's the stuff of fast food nightmares, but for one country, running out of McDonald's has become a reality.McDonald's restaurants across Fiji have announced on social media that due to global shipping issues, some of the fan favourites will be off the menu.From the Big Mac to the cheeseburger, Quarter Pounder and even McFeast — "valued customers" may be forced to dine on a Filet-O-Fish instead during their next visit to the golden arches."Please note the unavailability of beef patty products at our restaurants till further notice," the post read."We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused."McDonald's restaurants across Fiji have announced on social media that due to global shipping issues, some of the fan favourites will be off the menu. Photo / McDonald's FijiIn an interview with local media FBC News, McDonald's Fiji operations manager Damon Gregg said there was no clarity in when held-up stock would arrive in store."The container ships have been late loading and late leaving so that's the key issue behind it," he said, adding local restaurants have turned to bringing in frozen stock by air from New Zealand instead.While Fiji faces a long week without favourite Macca's burgers, it's not the only country to be facing shortages.In the past 12 months, Japan had to cancel all sales on medium and large-sized portions of its fries due to a potato shortage. While in the UK, tomatoes had to be cut down in portion sizes due to a shortage in Europe.In Australia, a string of major Australian fast food chains have been forced to make changes to their menus amid a lettuce supply shortage across the country and subsequent soaring price of the vegetable as a result.McDonald's in Australia however committed to pushing through the shortage and continue to serve the burger staple.- Vanessa Brown, News.com.auRowena Duncum joined Andrew Dickens to talk about the shortage. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Radio Giga
    Apple schenkt euch bis zu 150 Euro: Doch nicht jeder Kunde darf mitmachen

    Radio Giga

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022


    Bis dato verschenkte Apple regelmäßig im Vorfeld des Schul- und Semesterstarts AirPods beim Kauf neuer Macs und iPads. Damit ist jetzt auch hierzulande in Europa Schluss. Denn ab sofort gibt es Gutscheine. Doch nicht jede Kundin oder Kunde hat auch etwas davon. Qualifiziert sind nämlich nur solche aus dem Bildungsumfeld.

    The CultCast
    NEW “extra rugged” Apple Watch is INCOMING! (#CultCast 552)

    The CultCast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 73:58 Very Popular


    This week: Extra-rugged Apple Watch for athletes will pack biggest screen yet! Plus: the Mac Studio is now available with heavy discounts, Apple adding a new "hyper secure" lockdown mode to iOS 16, and US awards Steve Jobs the country's highest honor. This episode supported by Easily create a beautiful website all by yourself, at Squarespace.com/cultcast. Use offer code CultCast at checkout to get 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain. Cult of Mac's watch store is full of beautiful straps that cost way less than Apple's. See the full curated collection at Store.Cultofmac.com CultCloth will keep your Mac Studio, Studio Display, iPhone 13, glasses and lenses sparkling clean, and for a limited time use code CULTCAST at checkout to score a free CarryCloth with any order at CultCloth.co. This week's stories Extra-rugged Apple Watch for athletes will pack biggest screen yet The rugged Apple Watch designed for hardcore athletes will come with the smartwatch's biggest screen yet, according to a new report. These iOS 16 features won't be available at launch Not all new iOS 16 features will arrive on day one when the operating system launches this fall. A handful of them will come later, after Apple has had a chance to polish them and get them ready for prime time. Win a 4-in-1 MagSafe charging stand with built-in nightlight [Cult of Mac giveaways] This week's giveaway is a sturdy, MagSafe-compatible, multi-device wireless charger that includes a convenient nightlight. Buy refurbished Mac Studio from Apple with hefty discounts [Updated] Apple has started selling refurbished Mac Studio in the United States, Canada, and select other European countries. You can save up to 15% by picking up a refurbished Mac Studio instead of purchasing a brand new unit. New Lockdown Mode makes iPhone secure from sophisticated digital attacks A new hyper-secure Lockdown Mode should help protect the iPhones, iPads and Macs of journalists, politicians and activists who face “highly targeted cyberattacks from private companies developing state-sponsored mercenary spyware,” Apple said Wednesday. President Biden Announces Recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom The Presidential Medal of Freedom is the Nation's highest civilian honor, presented to individuals who have made exemplary contributions to the prosperity, values, or security of the United States, world peace, or other significant societal, public or private endeavors.

    MacBreak Weekly (MP3)
    MBW 825: The Superman Building - M2 Macs, Series 8, M2 MacBook Air

    MacBreak Weekly (MP3)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 132:40 Very Popular


    The 30-year-old comic book that became a Silicon Valley bible. Apple is preparing three new M2 Macs. "We discovered severe thermal throttling with Apple's new M2 MacBook Pro." iFixit teardown shows M2 MacBook Pro is just a recycled laptop with a new chip inside. Apple forced to cut iPhone 14 orders by 10%, despite anticipating strong demand. Apple not releasing their own 5G Modem Chip relates to a long-standing patent battle with Qualcomm and not because of a development failure. EU lawmakers pass landmark tech rules, but enforcement a worry. Gurman: Apple Watch Series 8 to feature body temperature sensor (as long as it passes internal tests). Apple TV+ makes San Diego Comic-Con debut. President Biden to award Steve Jobs with posthumous Medal of Freedom. Pokemon Go creator Niantic cancels four projects, cuts 8% of staff. MKBHD Easter egg latest clue to suggest 2022 MacBook Air pre-orders will start on Friday. Picks of the Week Alex's Pick: Grey Matter Podcast Andy's Picks: Understanding Comics & Commander X16 computer and emulator Rene's Picks: Geekerwan Chinese & Geekerwan English Hosts: Leo Laporte, Alex Lindsay, Rene Ritchie, and Andy Ihnatko Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/macbreak-weekly. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: ZipRecruiter.com/macbreak ue.com/fits promo code MACBREAK cachefly.com

    MacBreak Weekly (Video HI)
    MBW 825: The Superman Building - M2 Macs, Series 8, M2 MacBook Air

    MacBreak Weekly (Video HI)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 133:17


    The 30-year-old comic book that became a Silicon Valley bible. Apple is preparing three new M2 Macs. "We discovered severe thermal throttling with Apple's new M2 MacBook Pro." iFixit teardown shows M2 MacBook Pro is just a recycled laptop with a new chip inside. Apple forced to cut iPhone 14 orders by 10%, despite anticipating strong demand. Apple not releasing their own 5G Modem Chip relates to a long-standing patent battle with Qualcomm and not because of a development failure. EU lawmakers pass landmark tech rules, but enforcement a worry. Gurman: Apple Watch Series 8 to feature body temperature sensor (as long as it passes internal tests). Apple TV+ makes San Diego Comic-Con debut. President Biden to award Steve Jobs with posthumous Medal of Freedom. Pokemon Go creator Niantic cancels four projects, cuts 8% of staff. MKBHD Easter egg latest clue to suggest 2022 MacBook Air pre-orders will start on Friday. Picks of the Week Alex's Pick: Grey Matter Podcast Andy's Picks: Understanding Comics & Commander X16 computer and emulator Rene's Picks: Geekerwan Chinese & Geekerwan English Hosts: Leo Laporte, Alex Lindsay, Rene Ritchie, and Andy Ihnatko Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/macbreak-weekly. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: ZipRecruiter.com/macbreak ue.com/fits promo code MACBREAK cachefly.com

    Mac Geek Gab (Enhanced AAC)
    Leaf Out, Man

    Mac Geek Gab (Enhanced AAC)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 82:37 Very Popular


    Wanna sync multiple folders amongst all your Macs, rename your Bluetooth devices, keep your Mac awake? Dave, John, and Pilot Pete have you covered! Also: are your meetings “virtual” or “remote”? Your three favorite geeks help you figure that out, too. Press play and enjoy learning at least five new […]

    iMore show
    Celebrate a milestone with us!

    iMore show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 64:03 Very Popular


    oday on the iMore Show, Luke, Karen, and Stephen are joined by special guest Rene Ritchie to talk about the history of the iMore Show as they celebrate over 800 episodes. Plus, there are a few interesting rumors to discuss! Links: Two big Apple TV upgrades could make it a future gaming powerhouse | iMore Apple's HomePod could get an iPhone feature you use every day | iMore Five more M2-powered Macs are in the works, says well-connected journo | iMore Rugged Apple Watch, new SE again rumored for 2022 release with Apple Watch Series 8 | iMore Some M2 13-inch MacBook Pros have far slower SSDs than others | iMore Huge Apple TV promotion now live ahead of major upgrade | iMore Sponsors: Alto: All of the trades. None of the taxes. You can buy, sell, and trade 100+ coins/tokens with just $10 by visiting AltoIRA.com/imore. Capital One: Machine learning at Capital One. Capital One. What's in your wallet? Hosts: Karen Freeman Luke Filipowicz Stephen Warwick

    Mac Power Users
    647: Workflows with Zac Hall

    Mac Power Users

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 103:05 Very Popular


    9to5 Mac editor Zac Hall guests on the Mac Power Users this week with thoughts on life without the iPad, writing workflows, the current Apple Betas and future Macs.

    Relay FM Master Feed
    Mac Power Users 647: Workflows with Zac Hall

    Relay FM Master Feed

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 103:05


    9to5 Mac editor Zac Hall guests on the Mac Power Users this week with thoughts on life without the iPad, writing workflows, the current Apple Betas and future Macs.

    The Retro Hour (Retro Gaming Podcast)
    333: Retro Apple Prototypes with Krazy Ken/Computer Clan - The Retro Hour EP333

    The Retro Hour (Retro Gaming Podcast)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 92:26


    We chat about the rarest retro Apple prototypes, a look back at classic Macs, NeXT cubes, BeOS and more with Krazy Ken from the amazing Youtube channel, The Computer Clan The Computer Clan: https://www.youtube.com/c/ComputerClan Please visit our amazing sponsors and help to support the show: Bitmap Books https://www.bitmapbooks.com/ We need your help to ensure the future of the podcast, if you'd like to help us with running costs, equipment and hosting, please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://theretrohour.com/support/ https://www.patreon.com/retrohour Get your Retro Hour merchandise: https://bit.ly/33OWBKd Join our Discord channel: https://discord.gg/GQw8qp8 Website: http://theretrohour.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theretrohour/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/retrohouruk Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/retrohouruk/ Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/theretrohour Show notes:  RIP Bernie Stolar: https://bit.ly/3acYtVk Windows 98 gets a new update... in Mars!: https://bit.ly/3QWaDTn Mega Drive Mini 2 gets Mega CD add on: https://bit.ly/3a8u4ro Mega Drive Mini 2 11 more games announced: https://bit.ly/3bDbpEs Resident Evil 2 running on Sega Saturn: https://youtu.be/4FexI3TLIlQ Floppy Drive Orchestra gets upgrade: https://bit.ly/3nsVhYH Windows 95 on Mega Drive: https://youtu.be/g2hr8CgU3uM  

    The Rebound
    398: Friedman House Rules

    The Rebound

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 39:50


    Moltz and Lex have some very fascinating Apple topics to discuss, we assure you.Mark Gurman has some rumors on upcoming Macs.Our thanks to Indochino, where you'll find the best made to measure shirts and suits at a great price. Use the promo code "REBOUND" and get $50 off any purchase of $399 or more.Our thanks to Sunday. Sunday makes taking care of your lawn easier than ever. Made with natural ingredients, Sunday takes the guesswork out of growing a greener, more beautiful lawn this Spring. Visit getsunday.com/rebound to get $20 off your custom lawn plan at checkout!If you want to help out the show and get some great bonus content, consider becoming a Rebound Prime member! Just go to prime.reboundcast.com to check it out!You can now also support the show by buying our NEW shirt featuring our catchphrase, TECHNOLOGY! Are we right?! (Prime members, check your email for a special deal on the shirt.)

    Ben Davis & Kelly K Show
    Little Kid or Drunk Adult: DIY-Big-Macs

    Ben Davis & Kelly K Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 6:57


    Alexis was ready to play "Little Kid or Drunk Adult!"

    Las Charlas de Applesfera
    Como si estrenaras iPhone nuevo

    Las Charlas de Applesfera

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 59:07


    La llegada de iOS 16 ha traído novedades al iPhone impensables años atrás. Eduardo Archanco (@eaala) y David Bernal Raspall (@david_br8) hablan sobre la sensación de estrenar una nueva generación de iPhone con las novedades de la primera beta del nuevo sistema operativo. Además, el estado de la nación de los nuevos y futuros Macs, ahora que los nuevos procesadores M2 ya han sido desvelados. *** ¡Ahora podéis acompañarnos durante la grabación!Cada martes, a las 18:30 en ElStream, el canal de Twitch de Webedia, estaremos en directo. ¡Os esperamos! https://twitch.tv/elstream Las Charlas de Applesfera es el podcast del equipo de Applesfera, donde se trata el gran tema de la semana y su contexto - contado por los expertos que te acompañan en el mundo Apple desde 2006. Contacta con el director en (pedroaznar@applesfera.com) o con el equipo en (editores@applesfera.com). Twitter: https://twitter.com/applesfera Instagram: https://instagram.com/applesfera Twitch: https://twitch.com/elstream (cada martes, 18:30 hora española peninsular) ¡Gracias por escuchar este podcast!

    Intego Mac Podcast
    Episode 244: Apple's Planned Obsolescence

    Intego Mac Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 27:26


    We look at how Apple's planned obsolescence means that many devices won't be compatible with this fall's new operating systems; even devices that are being sold right now. Show Notes: EU Reaches Agreement to Force iPhone and AirPods to Adopt USB-C by Fall 2024 USB-C and Thunderbolt: Understanding Ports and Cables for Macs and iPads Germany launches antitrust investigation over App Tracking Transparency Apple Pay Later will use Apple IDs to help detect fraud Apple's Planned Obsolescence: iOS 16, macOS Ventura Drop Support for Many Models Stage Manager controversy won't go away, and Apple can still fix it Some iOS 16 features require an iPhone XS or newer; here they are Intego Mac Premium Bundle X9 is the ultimate protection and utility suite for your Mac. Download a free trial now at intego.com, and use this link for a special discount when you're ready to buy.

    Relay FM Master Feed
    Clockwise 455: The Spock Raised Eyebrow

    Relay FM Master Feed

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 29:59


    How we work on our Macs, the Cryptopocalypse, our cloud storage regimens, and what is still keeping us from using the iPad as our main devices.

    Clockwise
    455: The Spock Raised Eyebrow

    Clockwise

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 29:59


    How we work on our Macs, the Cryptopocalypse, our cloud storage regimens, and what is still keeping us from using the iPad as our main devices.

    Espresso con Victor
    El remake ‘The Last of us' para PS5 y otros anuncios del Summer Game Fest 2022

    Espresso con Victor

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 22:00


    ¿Sabes esos días donde la actualidad te quema? Hoy es uno de esos viernes donde las noticias se pelean entre ellas por salir en ‘Espresso con Víctor'. Hablaremos del Summer Game Fest, de los rumores sobre Apple que ya apuntan a nuevos Macs, de la transformación de uno de los dispositivos de Dell más populares y, como cada viernes, repasaremos los principales estrenos de las plataformas de streaming. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app