Late 20s/Male/San Francisco. That's how people still introduce themselves on the internet, right?
Originally from the OC (don't call it that), Ryan has slowly migrated north, first with a stop in Santa Barbara to attend UCSB and next to his current home in San Francisco. In between Uber rides and his day job as a CPA (no, he can't do your taxes), Ryan enjoys listening to a variety of t word and political podcasts, many of which have inspired the show. As they say in the business, he has a perfect face for radio.
March 11th, 2015 | 1 hr 39 mins
“Spring Forward” with this week’s episode of Technically Correct. After discussing the results of Carlos’s iPad only experiment, Ryan and Carlos spend the rest of the show discussing Apple’s spring event, including the Apple TV price reduction, the new MacBook, and Apple Watch. They then close out with a recap of “Better Call Saul.”
March 4th, 2015 | 1 hr 17 mins
Despite less than optimal recording conditions, Ryan and Carlos bring you another edition of Technically Correct. On this week’s show, they discuss Carlos’s ongoing iPad experiment, the upcoming Apple event, Apple Watch pricing, bands, and communication methods, the Samsung Galaxy S6, the relevance of Mobile World Congress, the FCC’s reclassification of broadband, Lenovo’s installation of Superfish, thinness vs. battery life, Carlos’s impressions of the Bose Soundlink On-Ear Bluetooth headphones, and the first few episodes of “Better Call Saul.”
February 18th, 2015 | 1 hr 6 mins
Ryan and Carlos get a bit meta and start this week’s episode by discussing ad reads in podcasts. They then cover the continuing sorry state of in-car technology, Apple Car rumors, The New Yorker’s profile of Jonathan Ive, more Apple Watch speculation, the playlists on Spotify vs. Rdio, Twitter apps on the iPad, ESPN’s iPhone 8 app update, using Nuzzel as a replacement for RSS, the first episode of “Better Call Saul,” and Jon Stewart leaving “The Daily Show.”
February 10th, 2015 | 1 hr 32 mins
On this week’s very special episode of Technically Correct, Ryan and Carlos spend the first half of the show discussing the popularity of the NBA, consumers’ rejection of coffee DRM, Photos for OS X, iOS 9 rumors, and Carlos’s disappointment with Apple’s current product lineup. They then spend the second half on an in-depth conversation about Uber, including its impact on society, economic viability, labor practices, and regulatory challenges.
February 4th, 2015 | 58 mins 18 secs
After recapping the Super Bowl, Ryan and Carlos discuss Nintendo’s YouTube Partner Program, the convergence of mobile and desktop operating systems, Apple stylus rumors, the stagnant state of Apple TV, more Apple Watch expectations, Outlook on iOS, AOL closing TUAW, and Radioshack filing for bankruptcy.
January 28th, 2015 | 1 hr 10 mins
Earnings! Earnings! Read all about it! On this week’s episode, Ryan and Carlos discuss Apple’s, Samsung’s, and Microsoft’s earnings releases, the closure of Joystiq, how to pronounce “GIF,” Apple Watch expectations, market share vs. profit share, Uber’s claim that it reduces occurrences of drunk driving, whether the current economics of ridesharing are sustainable, 1Password v5.2 for iOS, and Taylor Swift attempting to trademark “This Sick Beat.”
January 21st, 2015 | 1 hr 26 mins
In another jam packed episode of Technically Correct, Ryan and Carlos cover “Deflategate”, the sorry state of CarPlay, why consumers generally don’t like enterprise focused software, the challenge with managing photos on a smartphone, Overcast and Monument Valley sales, the Xbox One “not permanent” price drop, Carlos replacing his iPad Mini with an iPad Air 2, the limitations of mobile operating systems, and Microsoft’s Windows 10 event.
January 14th, 2015 | 1 hr 9 mins
New year, old tradition. Ryan and Carlos start off this week’s episode with some sports talk, including the state of the NBA at the halfway mark, professional American leagues expanding overseas, and the NFL coming back to Los Angeles. They then discuss why big trade shows are becoming irrelevant, the reliability of Airplay, decoupling iOS releases from iPhone hardware, wi-fi trouble in Yosemite, Ryan’s quest to find bluetooth headphones for his commute, Apple Watch battery life concerns, Nike releasing their “Back to the Future” self-lacing shoes, new Rock Band DLC, and third party apps on SYNC 3.
January 7th, 2015 | 1 hr 49 mins
How many days into the year is it still ok to say “Happy New Year”? Ryan and Carlos discuss that and much more on Technically Correct’s first episode of 2015. Topics include Ryan’s nightmare NFL playoff scenario, 12” Macbook Air rumors, whether or not Apple’s product line is too complicated, the diminishing quality of Apples software, the irrelevance of CES, and the problem with controlling mobile apps in the car. Ryan and Carlos then break down their best and worst app, game, hardware, trend, news story, television show, movie, and experience of 2014.
December 21st, 2014 | 1 hr 33 mins
In a very special (and somewhat sporadic) holiday edition of Technically Correct, Ryan and Carlos talk about their Christmas tree and decorations preferences, Carlos purchasing an iPad Mini, troubles with Instant Hotspot, Ryan’s positive Apple support experience, the iPhone as a primary camera, the Lakers’ continuing mediocrity, the 2015 prospects for the Giants, Stephen Colbert’s transition to The Late Show, coffee DRM, Rdio vs. Spotify, the suggestive nature of some Christmas music, BMW connected apps, SYNC 3, Amazon next hour delivery, and the Sony Pictures computer hack.
November 24th, 2014 | 1 hr 3 mins
Coming off of a short week, this episode of Technically Correct covers Carlos’s dislike of holiday music, Christmas creep, Ryan replacing his Kindle and iPad Air with an iPad Mini, Serial, video games being released in a broken state, SteamOS, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, some positive Uber news (for once), and Pablo Sandoval leaving the Giants.
November 19th, 2014 | 1 hr 12 mins
Ryan and Carlos stay (mostly) on technology topics this week with discussions about the outrage over Monument Valley expansion pricing, the relative value of apps, iOS 8 instability, Uber’s continuing growing pains, the madness of top level domains, the NBA’s tanking problem, and initial impressions of WatchKit.
November 12th, 2014 | 59 mins 16 secs
Continuing the trend of starting the show off with some sports talk, Ryan and Carlos discuss life in the post-baseball world and the Lakers’ dismal start to the season. They do also talk about some technology news (that is what the show is about, after all) with conversations about Ryan’s broken Kindle Voyage, Nintendo creating games for mobile devices, the Xbox One price cut, Office going free on iOS, the future of Microsoft, the feasibility of a convertible laptop, Carlos’s continuing struggles with Apple Pay, the new Google Maps iOS app, deregistering iMessage, and the fallout of Taylor Swift pulling her music off Spotify.
November 5th, 2014 | 1 hr 13 mins
It’s an even year, so you know what that means - your San Francisco Giants are World Series Champions. Ryan and Carlos reflect on the Giants’ postseason run, and then bid farewell to the MLB season by discussing the start of the NBA season, Carlos’s first week with the iPhone 6, Apple Pay (yes, again), Nike Fuelband support (or lack thereof), CurrentC, Taylor Swift pulling her music off of Spotify, and the latest in negative Uber news.
October 29th, 2014 | 51 mins 31 secs
In the finale of their second two part epic episode, Ryan and Carlos discuss of whether or not the iPhone 6’s bigger screen is an improvement, Ryan’s first impressions of the Kindle Voyage, Google Inbox, Fantastical’s iOS 8 update, Newsify, Instacast 5, the Giants’ World Series matchup against the Royals, and Bose’s relationship with Apple and the NFL. Carlos also finally admits Ryan is right about something.
October 22nd, 2014 | 1 hr 2 secs
In part one of another epic two part episode, Ryan and Carlos discuss their iPhone “Do Not Disturb” schedules (that’s what you tune in for, right?), the iPad product lineup, the new retina iMac, and their first impressions of OS X Yosemite, Continuity, Handoff, and Apple Pay.