A thoughtful, unpretentious, mostly weekly conversation about the companies, ideas and products that are transforming our world. We look at what it is, why it matters and where it fits in the broader business of consumer technology. So, grab your favorite Blue Barn sandwich, put the Giants game on mute and join us.
Hosted by Ryan Fretwell and Carlos Gomez.
September 24th, 2014 | 1 hr 45 mins
After spending a couple of weeks in the safe haven of Apple news, Ryan and Carlos branch out a bit in this week’s episode. They discuss ESPN’s suspension of Bill Simmons, the NFL’s future as America’s most popular sport, the Blackberry Passport, problems with The Verge’s product reviews, Beats’ rumored integration into iTunes, Rdio vs. Spotify, the Pebble’s new firmware, and UPS’s new 3D printing service. Despite their best efforts, they also do get back into some Apple news with Ryan’s first week with the iPhone 6, third party keyboards in iOS 8, and Tim Cook’s interview with Charlie Rose.
September 17th, 2014 | 1 hr 32 mins
Apple’s fall event may have been a week ago, but news related to the event is just getting started. In a jam packed episode, Ryan and Carlos discuss NFC only being available for Apple Pay, Apple Watch battery life and pricing, iPhone 6 wi-fi calling and VOLTE support (or lack thereof) on US carriers, the U2 album fiasco, and iOS 8 first impressions. They also chat about the problem with Samsung’s new ads, Microsoft’s $2.5B acquisition of Mojang, Windows 9’s new desktop UI, and the Kindle Voyage.
September 10th, 2014 | 1 hr 29 mins
Like Apple at this week’s event, Ryan and Carlos skip the pleasantries and jump straight into things, spending the entire show discussing the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, iOS 8, Apple Pay, and Apple Watch.
September 3rd, 2014 | 1 hr 15 mins
Another week, another show. On this edition of Technically Correct, Ryan and Carlos discuss rumored “iWatch” release dates, NFC and mobile payments on the iPhone 6, 1Password’s free iOS 8 update, new Samsung Galaxy products, the iCloud photo data breach, security vs. privacy, how to manage secure passwords, and the “New” Nintendo 3DS.
August 27th, 2014 | 1 hr 42 mins
In this week’s episode of Technically Correct, Ryan and Carlos start with extended conversations about Uber (stop us if you’ve heard that before) and Apple’s upcoming product event. They also discuss Dropbox’s upgraded pro accounts, Amazon Fire Phone sales, Comcast On Demand, and Twitter’s alteration of user timelines.
August 20th, 2014 | 55 mins 30 secs
In the finale of Technically Correct’s epic two part show, Ryan and Carlos talk about Microsoft’s tablet and smartphone strategy, the 10 year anniversary of podcasting, Overcast, PS4 and Xbox One sales, in-app purchases in games, Threes, and using Splashtop to remotely access a Mac. Oh, and sports.
August 13th, 2014 | 1 hr 3 mins
In part one of an epic two-part episode of Technically Correct, Ryan and Carlos discuss WebPass, the current and future state of Netflix, the importance of live sports for cable TV, Uber’s (allegedly) shady business tactics, and Steve Ballmer buying the Clippers.
August 6th, 2014 | 1 hr 28 mins
After discussing Carlos’s Jeopardy strategy and Ryan’s love of Sugar Ray (you know, like every good podcast should start), the third episode of Technically Correct covers Apple’s new CDN, Comcast’s faster speeds, iPhone 6 speculation, Microsoft’s new 5th Ave. retail store, the state of in-car technology, Uber’s new carpool service, the “I want it now economy,” and the future of Twitter.
July 30th, 2014 | 1 hr 18 mins
After a successful first episode, Technically Correct keeps the ball rolling (as Carlos would say) with a discussion of the Oculus Rift, EA’s subscription service on the Xbox One, the future of Nintendo, 1Password on iOS 8, passenger ratings on Uber, using your phone as a digital wallet, the economics of making a mobile app, and problems with the iOS App Store.
July 23rd, 2014 | 1 hr 18 mins
Ryan, Carlos, and the train which runs near Carlos’s apartment introduce the show and discuss media on the XBOX and PS4, Amazon Instant Video, the nightmare of cancelling Comcast, Microsoft’s misguided vision of Windows, declining iPad sales, Carlo’s new mirrorless camera, the Apple/IBM partnership, and Overcast.