An eBay sale is taking 15% off of Apple products, Bose, TVs, and more. It works on orders of $25 or more when you use a coupon code.
It’s that time of the year again. Kids are going back to school, and we’ve rounded up eight back to school tech products.
It maxed out at a mind-boggling data transfer rate of 661Tbps (terabits per second).
Now that summer is here and school is out, your kids might be wanting some stuff to do.
Andrew Orr and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to discuss who should be responsible for controlling iPhone and other electronic device addiction, plus they have something to say about TeenSafe’s Apple ID user name and password leak.
John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to discuss the benefits and problems the average tech user experiences, plus they talk about the lack of a real unified health and medical record management system.
Apple just rolled out a new webpage dubbed “Families” with tips on managing your children’s iPhone and iPad use.
Chuck Joiner asked me on to MacVoices to talk about Apple, the tech world, and politics. In this video podcast, I make the case that Apple is just plain too big to avoid politics. From regulations, to taxation policy, to international posturing, to the fact that Apple is worth almost US$700 billion, Apple can’t avoid politics. More importantly, the broader tech world itself that it increasingly intersects with tech. I think I spewed off about getting older and struggling to understand Millennials, too. It’s all kind of hazy, but that didn’t stop Chuck from making that part of his title…oh, and check out that key frame he picked. Why did I agree to do this show again? … Oh, right, because I luuuuurve me some Chucky J!