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  1. Back in the Fold

    Episode #252 was published on Tuesday September 10th, 2019.

    On this episode we begin with football graphics, Apple Card and the history of car connectivity. Then we get into the week's tech news including the return of the Galaxy Fold, the return of Super Nintendo games and the return of the trust busters.

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  2. Threading the Needle

    Episode #251 was published on Wednesday August 28th, 2019.

    On this episode we begin by discussing the dangers of camping, the dangers of flying and the dangers of trusting too many Apple rumors. Then we get into the week's tech news including what Apple might announce next month, what we can expect from Disney+, and Android getting rid of its desserts.

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  3. Sestercentennial

    Episode #250 was published on Tuesday August 13th, 2019.

    On this episode we begin by discussing fishing on the high seas, some destinations you should visit and the types of people you see on Instagram. Then we get into the week's tech news including Tumblr's tumble, Uber's lost billions, the launch of Apple Card and why Dish may be your new cell phone provider.

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  4. Stranger Danger!

    Episode #249 was published on Tuesday July 23rd, 2019.

    On this episode we begin by discussing neat DIY tech projects for your home, overpriced food items and some other famous millers. Then we get into the week's tech news including the potential dangers of FaceApp, why Apple and Intel make beautiful modems together, and why you shouldn't joke about airplane fatalities.

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  5. Looping Shoelaces

    Episode #248 was published on Tuesday July 16th, 2019.

    On this episode we begin by sharing our deepest secrets, the advantages of having a clone and the best places to hide your router. Then we get into the week's news including the differences between the Switch and new Switch Lite, the end of the Windows password and the beauty of giant conglomerates becoming friends again.

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  6. Bye Bye Butterfly

    Episode #247 was published on Tuesday July 9th, 2019.

    On this episode we begin by discussing how legal it is to commit a crime, home appliances by Jony Ive and some sobering statistics. Then we get into the week's tech news including iOS 13's eye magic, movie commentaries by podcast and the beautiful feeling of a butterfly switch.

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  7. Ive Got Better Things to Do

    Episode #246 was published on Tuesday July 2nd, 2019.

    On this episode we begin with spontaneous laundry advertising, the dangers of a Windows laptop, and the proper way to name your cat. Then we discuss the week's tech news including GrubHub's domain grab, the end of Ive at Apple and what to expect from the next Nintendo Switch.

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  8. World's Greatest Podcast

    Episode #245 was published on Tuesday June 25th, 2019.

    On this episode filled with glasses, pre-recorded apologies and escaping by fireman's axe, we also talk about the week's tech news including the new Raspberry Pi 4, Facebook's new currency push and why your Kickstarter should be filled with more hopes and dreams instead of facts and promises.

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  9. The Scarlett Console

    Episode #244 was published on Tuesday June 11th, 2019.

    On this episode, we begin by asking some tough big city questions like "Why is brunch so good?" and "How can you trust food delivery?". Then we get into the week's tech news mostly centered around video games and E3. We've got the scoop on Scarlett, Stadia and Xbox brand body wash, plus much more!

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  10. Cheese Graters, Pencil Palettes and the News from Dub Dub

    Episode #243 was published on Tuesday June 4th, 2019.

    On this episode we try to begin by talking about Dan and Colby's recent trips abroad. But that's quickly abandoned in favor of some deep WWDC keynote coverage. From Sidecar to Siri and Catalina to MPX modules, we go in-depth on everything new in tvOS, iOS, iPadOS, watchOS, MacOS and the new Mac Pro.