The Drill Down is a weekly roundtable podcast where we look at some of the most important issues of the week in tech and on the Web, and how they affect us all.
Apple WWDC 2020
On this week’s podcast, the first-ever audience-free Apple WWDC, eliminating racial bias in tech jargon, and the first facial recognition wrongful arrest, ...and much more.
Apple WWDC 2020
Apple WWDC 2020: the 18 biggest announcements Apple Details iOS 14, Its Next Major Software Update More Varied Memoji Are Coming With iOS 14 Apple Maps Is Getting A Dedicated Map View For Cycling And Ev Users Apple Is Debuting Its Digital Car Key, Coming In iOS 13 And iOS 14 App Clips Are Coming In iOS 14 A Few Changes Coming To iPadOS 14 Handwriting With Apple Pencil Is About To Get Better With iPadOS 14 Airpods Will Soon Be Able To Seamlessly Switch Devices The Airpods Pro Are Getting Spatial Audio WatchOS 7’s Face Swapping Feature Makes It Easy To Share And Get New Watchfaces The Apple Watch Will Track Dancing In WatchOS 7 Sleep Tracking Is Coming With WatchOS 7 WatchOS 7 Can Track Handwashing Apple Develops A New Smart Home Standard Alongside Google, Amazon, And Others Apple Tv Is Getting Multiuser Support For Apple Arcade Apple Tv Is Getting Picture-in-picture In tvOS 14 Apple’s New MacOS Big Sur Software Looks A Lot Like iOS Apple Is Announcing Its New Silicon For Its Future Computers Audible Book of the Week
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Microsoft's Github is removing coding terms like 'master' and 'slave' Tech terms face scrutiny amid anti-racism efforts “'whitelist'/'blacklist' "white hat"/"black hat" A black man was wrongfully arrested because of facial recognition The Drill Down Video of the Week
WWDC 2020 Special Event Keynote Subscribe! The Drill Down on iTunes (Subscribe now!) Add us on Stitcher! The Drill Down on Facebook The Drill Down on Twitter The Drill Down is a roundtable-style audio podcast where we discuss the most important issues of the week, in tech and on the web and how they affect us all. Hosts are social media enthusiast Andrew Sorcini (Mr. BabyMan), marketing research analyst Dwayne De Freitas, and Vudu product manager Tosin Onafowokan.
PlayStation 5 Revealed
On this week’s podcast, our weekly COVID-19/tech sector update, Sony's Playstation 5 is revealed, Twitter adds audio tweets ...and much more.
624: When the Robots Stopped Watching Us
On this week’s podcast, our weekly COVID-19/tech sector update, the way Amazon and IBM are halting their facial recognition programs... and much more.
Just the Facts, POTUS
On this week’s podcast, our weekly COVID-19/tech sector update, social media and social responsibility in 2020, ...and much more.
Sun, Surf & Safety
On this week’s podcast, our weekly COVID-19/tech sector update, a bikini with a built-in face mask, how animation production works from home, Unreal Engine 5 ...and much more.
The End of the Rainbows
On this week’s podcast, our weekly COVID-19/tech sector update, a basketball backboard that won't let you miss, we say farewell to Double Rainbow Guy ...and much more.
Tip Top Tech!
I love this podcast! It's a great way to keep up with the major headlines in the world of technology in a way that's fun and doesn't feel overwhelming. We don't often think about all the ways in which technology affects us. All of the issues discussed are relevant, including products and services that we use in our daily lives. Each episode often begins with the hosts sharing what gadgets and games they're playing with, which allows them to describe the practical pros and cons and provide an insightful review. The hosts are knowledgeable and passionate about technology, which always makes this an enjoyable listen.
Tech savvy, geek friendly, and always smart--the Drill Down is a great source for tech news!
These guys do a great job giving insights into all things tech related from new gadgets to current events that are having an impact on how we use technology. I enjoy their varying points of view on the latest tech news, but I also like that I can tell they are enjoying themselves. They keep things fun, easy to listen to, and polite (aside from some occasional ribbing at each other), and they've become a regular part of my weekly routine I look forward to on Fridays. In segments like "What We're Playing With", the guys share whatever they are most excited about that week, whether it is a new computer Andy built or the latest sci-fi movie Dwayne watched or Tosin's latest progress building his own R2-D2. They even made time in their show to respond briefly to a tech question of my own I submitted which I really appreciated. It's no small thing to hear advice of guys who I've grown to respect and trust over the past year or so for their competent and honest opinions. If you love tech and geeking out about all things generally nerdy, I highly recommend adding these guys to your play list.