This week on “The Impromptu,” a discussion about what free speech *really* means, how it impacts individuals on private platforms, and how Twitter needs a new board and CEO to rebuild itself.
This week, a discussion about how the media is celebrating Apple’s $1 trillion dollar market cap, instead of focusing on issues that really matter–an embarrassing situation of epic proportions that is 5GB of free iCloud storage.
We are joined by guest and IT consultant Radu Stanescu to talk Intel’s delayed 10nm CPUs, what’s going on with Apple’s quality control, Apple ditching Qualcomm modems, Facebook bans Alex Jones’ Infowards, Facebook and Twitter stock tanks, and the ever changing landscape of social media behaviour.
Apple’s new Intel i9 powered MacBook Pro is under fire from reviewers for extreme performance throttling. We talk about what’s going on behind the scenes and what can be done about it in future redesigns of its internal cooling system.
iOS developer Chris Clarke from Midnight Drive Apps joins us to talk new MacBook Pros and a silent keyboard fix from Apple, why Swift as a programming language needs more work, forced OS upgrades, how Microsoft is doing great things with Fluent design, and why augmented reality is more practical than virtual reality.