In this episode of the Technically Cute Podcast the guys start the show drinking and end with searching for kittens in tiny hats, there must be a causal link between those...
Meanwhile subjects covered were:
- Intel's new Broadwell chips
- They're coming later than anticipated. Gordon E. Moore is a goddamn liar.
- Simon and Richard ponder their next Mac purchase taking into account the news
- Google U-turns on a BBC piece caught in the right to be forgotten law
- Could this be any more confusing?
- How long can this madness go on for?
- Chrome and Safari
- Power consumption
- Flash performance
- UI & UX
- The TSA announced that electronic devices must be powered up during screening
- Is this really necessary? A credible threat or an overreaction?
- What do they do if you forgot to charge your device?
- The TSA's less than flawless track record in stealing passenger items
- Online tracking
- Is it a big deal?
- How could it be made more transparent
- What can you really do to limit it?
Listen & Download
Direct Download: Episode 42: Kittens In Tinfoil Hats
- Intel's Broadwell Chips for Most Macs Not Shipping Until Early to Mid 2015
- Technically Correct #9: It Feels Like Stealing - wherein the Asus ET2012AUKB-B016K All-in-One PC is discussed
- Coconut Battery
- BBC News: Google reinstates 'forgotten' links after pressure
- The Typist: Chromefree
- Click To Plugin for Safari
- Transport Security Administration
- Pando Daily: I just installed a tool which shows how popular websites are spying on me. The results are horrifying
- Google Images: Kittens in tiny hats