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Relay FM is an independent podcast network for people who are creative, curious and maybe even a little obsessive — just like its hosts.
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Federico and Stephen each attempted to use HomeKit Secure Video, and it didn't go well. Myke is excited about a new folding phone, and the whole crew orders iPhone 11 Pro battery cases before solving many mysteries presented in photos of Apple's new Mac Pro factory.
How we store our data and notes, the impact of Apple's new Austin campus, our exposure to TikTok, and thoughts on Google Stadia's launch.
Have you ever wanted to know what products live on Brad’s desk? Well today is your lucky day! We also break down the new Field Notes release, and discuss if abs have a place in pen design.
Liftoff 112: Apollo 12

Liftoff 112: Apollo 12

2019-11-1900:45:03

Apollo 12 forever lives in the shadow of the mission before it, but it shouldn't. Pete Conrad, Dick Gordon and Al Bean made plenty of their own history, with some terror and plenty of laughs along the way.
Ungeniused 92: Zone of Death

Ungeniused 92: Zone of Death

2019-11-1900:07:261

Due to an obscure legal loophole, it's theoretically possible that a criminal could get away with any crime — including murder — in a small corner of Yellowstone National Park.
A week later, we're pondering the 16-inch MacBook Pro and what it means about how Apple listens to customers and criticism. We also look into the future to wonder where Apple will take touchscreen devices and whether we're uncomfortable about Apple's interest in augmented reality.
It's that time again; the annual MPU Holiday Gift Guide has returned.
Jeremy Kaplowitz and Matt Saincome from Hard Drive are joining Bri and Simone on this week's Rocket to chat about their new book, Apple's plot to release AR glasses and a headset, TikTok's trouble with the U.S. government, and the Sonic redesign.
Andy and Flo have less than two months in this decade, so they go through all of their accomplishments in the last ten years. (Just kidding, no they don't.) After some catch-up, and a brief discussion on the merits of cooking with butter, the two dive into the implications of Google collecting personal medical data. We wonder out loud if it's time for an amendment to HIPAA now that Silicon Valley wants a piece of the medical pie. We'll also discuss Apple's Phil Schiller and his recent comments on the ineffectiveness of Chromebooks in schools, and we'll point you to Google's latest AI experiment, the FreddieMeter.
Special guest Harold Emsheimer joins the show. He’s the co-founder of design agency Overcommitted and joins us to talk about using the iPad as a tool for doing professional design work.
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