This weeks show we discussed Apple music and Connect now seemingly going the way of “Ping”. Was connect serving a purpose that twitter didnt? The outrage of an icon change is also up for discussion and our views on advertising in podcasts.

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Nemo’s hardware store

John is the reviews editor from the website and he’s back once again this week with his hardware store looking at some essentials for those of you out there with a Macbook / Macbook one or whatever it’s called. (Overcast – 35:23)

Kensington CA1000 USB-C to USB-A Adapter
The CA1000 USB-C to USB-A Adapter allows you to connect your USB-C device to a keyboard, mouse, hard drive or other peripheral accessory with a standard USB-A port.

Kensington CH1000 USB-C 4-Port Hub
Connect your peripherals like a mouse, keyboard or flash drive using the three USB-A ports, while using the single USB-C port to connect a smartphone or tablet that features the new style of port.

IOGEAR’s HUB-C – USB-C to 4-port USB-A
Plugs into your laptop’s USB 3.1 Type-C™ port and connects up to four USB 3.0 devices. Plug the adapter into the USB Type-C port of your laptop to convert it into four USB-A ports.




Worth A Chirp

Barry : Full-size Apple keyboard with number pad. Better than Apple Keyboard with Numeric Keypad  £38 Amazon.

Karl : Splice – Video Editor & Movie Maker – Trim and Cut Clips & Photos – By GoPro by GoPro, Inc.

Mark : King of the Hill £4.99 and Deadpool’s Honest Trailer & Amazon Slashes Prime to £59 (Amazon Prime UK)

Matt: For Windows users switching to mac – – $29.99 – strips all passwords from any Windows PC if you have forgotten password, or just want to steal someones data…

Serenak : the free on-line service that lets you manage a huge selection of on line cloud storage services now has added (the service that gives you 50GB free). It allows you to see all your connected cloud spaces and to move items between them etc

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