So we really believe it’s been attend your home music experience to the next level now it’s been an incredible morning we shared with you lots of things this morning and all of them shipping this year some now some in the fall and others at the end of the year.
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On this weeks show somehow we end up talking about Electric Pork, ways to scan your network on both iOS and Mac OS. Wireless charging, do we really need it and is anyone surprised that Microsoft can read your Skype messages?
This week we talk about joining the MyMac.com network, where are the iPad pros, digital audio workstations, why is there such a large leap from basic to pro, what about us mid range types? Wireless charging and those new Apple adverts on this week’s episode
Well hello there. A show was recorded the other week but we had to abort it due to a few technical difficulties. It’s our first show back this year discussing what’s happened with the show, an update on Mark’s life, the AirPods from hell and a delve into the world of Apple.
Super Mario Run is Nintendo’s new genius at mobile gaming. As a game, the new Super Mario on mobile is proving a great challenge for players. But as a newbie to the game, you may not know all the secrets there is to know about Nintendo’s new Super Mario Run. Don’t worry, we got you covered with seven secrets to help you play Super Mario Run better.
The wait is finally over. As of a short time ago, Super Mario Run began rolling out worldwide on the App Store. The game features three modes, an endless runner-style mode in which you tap the screen to help Mario reach platforms, collect coins, and avoid enemies, a head-to-head competition mode called Toad Rally, and a building mode called Kingdom Builder.
Joining me this week to discuss Apple AirPods, rubber socks, App Store vs direct purchasing and a whole host of other things is Karl madden from the Mac and forth Show and essential Apple editor, Serenak.
This week we take a different tack as I invite Serenak to join me as we wander “off piste” and meander into the history of why Macs are so prevalent in the design and print industries, what went wrong with his new iPhone and an eclectic selection of “alternative” apps…
Guy Searle from the mymac.com podcast joins me this week to try and talk Apple but guess what, we get distracted. We cover new media douchebags, Mario go pricing, will Amazon ever release a native Apple TV app and share our thoughts on the new MacBook Pro’s.
Sure those PowerBeats headphones Apple showed off might look the business but the reality is not everyone can afford the $199. I mean how is it possible that a set of headphones with a fraction of the technology an iPhone contains costs 1/3 the price? Granted a lot goes into speaker technology but still.
So today I’m looking at completely the other end of the spectrum of headphones with a price range that most mere mortals can afford, the SoundPeats Q12. Who knows if due to some dodgy translation it was supposed to be SoundBeats.
Still with an asking price of just £19.95/ $24.99 expectations shouldn’t be too high but then again my last inexpensive wireless set won me over.
For as long as I remember I hated Pinball. It’s right up there with games such as Tempest, where no matter how hard I practised, or what hours I put in, I just sucked. My first beating by the flippers came many years ago at a friend’s school party in a town hall. There was (of course) that kid who seemed to have mind control over ball and flippers for what seemed like a good few hours. Well maybe a bit less than that; but still I waited my turn in line, put my pocket money into the machine and some 30 nanoseconds later my game was over.
Somehow a small gravity well had opened up right between those bottom flippers, no sooner had the ball been launched it seemed to have a sentient awareness of where it wanted to go and that was down the chute. This left me scarred for many a year…
Recorded in a monumental week covering the one topic everyone is talking about. eBay customer service and my iPad. Something for the cyclists this week as I trial the Tacx flow turbo trainer and app along with a smattering of Apple News.
Yesterday in New York Microsoft showed the world what they have been working on recently and, in all honesty, I was not expecting much. However, as the presentation entered its final stages they revealed the Surface Studio all-in-one PC and instantly grabbed my attention.
A big thanks to Bazza and transformation from guest to host taking over the hosting duties for last week show.
A new superstar of the podcasting world is born as our very own Bazza takes over hosting duties for the week. Helping him along is regular show guest Karl and a very special guest in the form of Dr. Richard Harkness (who once had an article printed in a actual magazine). It’s another week of Apple news, HDMI woes and Karls got a fancy new 4k television