Hosts Juliet Beauchamp and Ken Mingis talk with guests about the latest tech trends and news.
Huge Apple watch update
Join Computerworld executive editor Ken Mingis and Macworld executive editor Michael Simon as they look at the latest Apple Watch rumors and why it could be the biggest update ever
iPhone 14: What's the buzz?
Join Macworld executive editor Michael Simon and Computerworld executive editor Ken Mingis as they talk about the latest iPhone 14 rumors – everything from anticipated release date to price to design changes. Plus, they'll talk about the features they hope to see in the latest release.
Big beta breakdown: Apple’s Fall 2022 OSes
Join Computerworld executive editor Ken Mingis and Macworld executive editor Michael Simon as they talk about their favorite features and biggest gripes with iOS 16, macOS Ventura and the rest of the OSes arriving from Apple this fall.
The M2 MacBook Air reviews are in
Join Macworld executive editor Michael Simon and Computerworld executive editor Ken Mingis as they break down the pros and cons of Apple's newest laptop.
Reviewing the latest Apple rumors
On Today in Tech, join Michael Simon and Ken Mingis as they separate the facts from fiction about the new 13-inch MacBook Pro, the M2 chip, the M2 MacBook Air, and the latest rumors.
The state of Apple's laptops in 2022
On this week's episode of Today in Tech we talk about the state of Apple's laptops, whether you should preorder the M2 MacBook Pro, and what the future will bring.
Bordering on Recklessness
I just listened to the first and last episode of this podcast, the one about FIDO security and a possible password-less future. The description of Zero Trust was inaccurate to put it mildly. But, the real problem was the core subject of passwords being replaced with biometrics. They did not discuss any of the problems with biometrics, like the fact that they cannot be changed or revoked like passwords can. They did not mention the risks of using SMS for 2FA due to SIM swap attacks, or the extreme measures some have suffered where criminals have cut off fingers to sign in to victims’ accounts. Hey, how about at least suggesting a password manager solution for the time being. These people know not of what they speak. Do not trust them.