Episode 8: Set Phasers To Monetise

Brought on by recent egregious decisions from Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube—all in the dishonourable totally honourable name of monetisation—this week's show centres on the pros, cons, and everyhting in between about social platforms.

Mark, Simon, and Richard talk about their struggles with each platform and what drives them to use them in the way they do.

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Episode 7: [dot]haberdashery

This week on the Technically Correct Podcast Richard channels Don Quixote and is on a mission to civilise regarding Amazon's pricing strategy and high street retailers.

After a failed, live, mid-show attempt to buy a domain to publish their curry recipes, the gang then discuss just how important the camera is to the iPhone compared to other smartphones, point-and-shoot cameras, and DSLRs.

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Episode 6: Pushing All Those Pixels

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Richard returns from illness to ruin the opening of the show and complain about his aging MacBook. Luckily, he's off the hook because Simon has similar complaints to vent.

Despite their woes, they both agree the freshly purported 12" MacBook Air unturned by 9to5Mac isn't the answer to their problems. Regardless, all three hosts discuss the likelihood of it ever seeing the light of day and what Apple's thinking behind it may be.

Rounding off the show, Mark invites Simon and Richard to have a Q&A session about his newly purchased iPad Air 2.

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Episode 5: Hooray For Being Middle Class

With Richard ill it falls to Mark and Simon to ring in the first episode of the The Technically Correct Podcast of 2015.

Prompted by a piece penned by Marco Arment, the duo talk about software standards slipping on OS X and why that might be the case, how to improve discoverability on the App Store using curation features, and a brief history of email… sponsored by Yahoo's idiocy.

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Episode 4: Dick Pixels

In the final episode before Christmas Mark, Simon, and Richard discuss the strongly suspected sale of UK mobile carrier EE to media congolomate BT and muse about Apple's current failures of policy with the App Store.

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Episode 3: Can't Afford Truffles

This week, Mark, Simon, and Richard have some follow up on drones and their general awesomeness... until someone decides to misuse them that is. Then a review of a cheap, horrid, Windows tablet opens up a discussion on having taste, buying quality, and being a perfectionist, as your hosts find enough delusion to think they can turn into tastemakers.

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Episode 2: My First Drone

This week the gang commit to building a drone. Watch this space.

Kicking off the show with security, Mark, Simon and Richard discuss the different approaches to security across iOS, Android and Windows Phone and where it leaves consumers when it comes to choice, safety and flexibility.

The remainder of the show is spent fawning over how cool drones are, sparked by the drone video that hit the internet in the past week from Pripyat, Chernobyl. The result leaves the trio with some work to do over the holidays.

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Episode 1: It's In The Barnacle

Welcome to the all new, re-booted Technically Correct Podcast. Mark, Simon, and Richard are back after a short break with a fresh approach for the show and start by hitting the ground running.

In this week's episode Samsung's attempt to beef up security on their Android devices backfires and leads to a discussion on mobile security and users' perception of it. 1Password's woes with cross-platform syncing using iCloud causes the hosts to revisit 'The Cloud' one too many times, leading to a radical re-naming.

Later in the show the EU's motion (feeble attempt) to break up Google has a painful sense of deja-vu and Mozilla's decision to switch from Google to Yahoo for Firefox's default search partner seems at the very least a little odd.

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