The Oculus Quest is finally here! This week, I dive into what makes it special, and why it doesn’t quite stand up to desktop VR. And I compare it briefly to the Rift S, which isn’t much of an upgrade over the original Rift.
What is Apple turning into? That’s the big question this week, following the company’s service-filled announcements: Apple News+, Arcade, TV channels and TV+. Matt Brennan, Paste Magazine’s TV editor, joins me to break down the insanity of Apple’s huge media event, and where it lies in the streaming video landscape. Also, I chat a bit about my SXSW experience, as well as Google’s Stadia game streaming service.
This week, I take a quick look at the news coming out of Mobile World Congress. Basically, it’s all about 5G and folding phones (and you don’t have to worry about buying either yet). And I dive into a few questions about choosing the best laptop today.
New phone season is upon us, so I sat down with my friend Dwayne De Freitas to chat about all of Samsung’s new gear, the Galaxy S10, S10+ and of course the Galaxy Fold. I’ve also got a few questions about the dearly departed Chromecast Audio, yet another useful (but niche) Google product that died too soon.
Know More Tech is back! And somehow, I’m still recovering from CES. In this episode, I go over a few quick highlights from the show, including OLED, 8K TVs, and NVIDIA’s sick new RTX laptop graphics cards. As for questions, this week it’s all about TVs and video games.
In this week’s episode, we go over the right and wrong ways to give out tech gifts. Spoiler: It involves thinking a lot about who the gift is for, and why they need it. Nobody wants a doorstop they’ll never open. We’ve also got a few questions around buying tablets for kids, and what to do with all of your electronics junk.
On this week’s episode, we join up with Dwayne De Freitas from The Drill Down podcast to tackle a big question: What, exactly, is a computer? And how do the various components work? We also dive into a few computer recommendations, as well as the fate of Apple’s PCs in 10 years.