We’re all over the place with the tech news this week from soccer balls to turtlenecks. Listen to get caught up on what’s going on in the world of technology and how to use it to make your life easier. Enjoy!


Black Friday/Cyber Monday (00:50)

FTX is still bad (04:15)

Twitter Update (06:00)

Tesla’s full self-driving beta is now available to everyone in North America (07:55)

Mercedes charging $1200/year for Acceleration Increase (08:45)

Tracking the balls at the World Cup (10:50)

Windows 8.1 being put out of its misery (12:50)

Dave’s Pro Tip of the Week: Duplicate photos and videos in Apple Photos, Mac and iOS (13:50)


Protests in China impacting Apple (21:25)

Amazon Alexa is a “colossal failure,” on pace to lose $10 billion this year (23:30)

Last.fm turns 20 (26:05)

Tokyo residents urged to wear turtlenecks to save on energy bills (28:10)

Hackers guessed the world’s most common password in under 1 second (30:25)

Bonus Odd Take: Antidepressant or Tolkien (33:50)

Picks of the Week:

Dave: Andor Series on Disney+ (35:15)

Nate: Crucial X6 2TB Portable SSD – Up to 800MB/s – USB 3.2 – External Solid State Drive, USB-C – CT2000X6SSD9 (38:00)

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