Clockwise

Clockwise

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Clockwise is a rapid-fire discussion of current technology issues hosted by Jason Snell and Dan Moren and featuring two special guests each week. Four people, four topics--and because we're always watching the clock, no episode is longer than 30 minutes. Hosted by Jason Snell and Dan Moren.

Episodes

Clockwise 181: A List of Things That Don't Happen  

Reading it later, replacing Uber, finding significance in minor Apple updates, and subscribing to YouTube channels.

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Clockwise 180: Stargate Problem  

Games we're playing, anticipating new iPads, video streaming and sharing, and greener grass on other platforms.

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Clockwise 179: So Many People Are Bad  

Tech companies we try to avoid, the Internet of Home Spying, our personal finance choices, and barriers to better smart home tech.

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Clockwise 178: Artisanal Pickle  

Lightning versus USB-C, the return of the Feature Phone, space tourism, and unlimited wireless data.

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Clockwise 177: Burn It Down and Start Over  

Our favorite workspaces, fresh tech for the cornfield, the gender of voice assistants, and a Touch Bar check-in.

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Clockwise 176: Cool But Also Creepy  

Wireless charging, voice assistants, bad Kickstarter projects, and stretching your brain technically.

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Clockwise 175: Same As It Ever Was  

YouTube goes live, Twitter fights abuse (again), Apple TV gets a new manager, and your old photos get a little less real.

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Clockwise 174: Irrational Exuberance  

This week's release of Apple's financial results prompts us to ponder the future of the iPad, iTunes, Apple's video strategy, and the wearables market.

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Clockwise 173: Old Tech Dies Hard  

Apple makes surprising App Store changes, the Mac turns 33, the value of time tracking, and screens that turn orange when it gets dark.

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Clockwise 172: Serial iPhone Killer  

The Nintendo Switch, Twitter security challenges, the death of Vine, and the changing face of Apple support.

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Clockwise 171: Built-In Babel Fish  

This week we discuss how the iPhone has changed our lives, whether the Apple Watch has met our initial expectations, how we rely on product testing and recommendations, and a possible brain drain at Apple.

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Clockwise 170: The Internet of Garbage  

We kick off 2017 by talking CES gadgets like a robot butler and a smart trash can, then move on to our feelings on AirPods and our resolutions for Apple in 2017.

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Clockwise 169: All the Great Dongles  

In our final episode of 2016 we review the best and worst and dumbest and most life-changing things of the year, and then look ahead to 2017.

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Clockwise 168: Giant Pyramid of Coal  

Mario vs. piracy, Mac desktops, a tech Naughty List, and last-minute gift ideas.

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Clockwise 167: Paper Form Wizard  

How we estimate mobile-device battery life, the wisdom of delaying Apple's AirPods, apps for the Apple Pencil, and sharing-economy guilt.

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Clockwise 166: Walk-In Vending Machine  

Amazon's high-tech convenience store, tech trends we just don't understand, gauging our home-tech paranoia threshold, and using our tech superpowers to give back.

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Clockwise 165: Orgy of Consumer Spending  

The holidays (and holiday sales) are in full swing, but do we partake? We also consider detoxing from social media, ponder the contradictions of cord-cutting, and get a visit from a Mysterious Benefactor.

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Clockwise 164: Voiceovers and Aluminiums  

Go-to travel gear, Apple's mysterious Mac and Wi-Fi strategies, and the future of Jony Ive.

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Clockwise 163: The Ultimate Dongle  

This week we offer a panoply of adapters and horror stories about bad password etiquette, then discuss Apple's new self-publishing venture and the utility of pressure-sensitive computer interfaces.

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Clockwise 162: Privacy is a Feature  

The future of laptop keyboards, whether VR can be good at anything beyond entertainment, the growing importance of encryption, and a watchOS 3 check-in.

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