We talk about Samsung’s Galaxy Fold and how it’s incredibly fragile, why Apple isn’t always first with new hardware, Facebook harvesting 1.5 million user’s email contacts, Apple hiring someone important from Lionsgate films for Apple TV+, and 2019 iPhone rumours.
Disney is going toe to toe with streaming giants such as Netflix and Amazon Prime later this year. For $6.99/month, it will include access to a large back catalogue of Disney properties, including original content, but will consumers buy into it? including The Simpsons, Marvel, Star Wars, and more. Plus, they’re going to create a ton of original content, but will consumers buy into it?
The Canadian government says it wants to regulate Facebook and similar social media platforms, but how exactly are they going to do it?
It’s dead, Jim. Apple has cancelled AirPower. We tell you what went wrong with it and also what AirPods 2 are like in this week’s podcast.
Apple held an event on March 25th to introduce the future of Apple services. There is a lot to unpack and we do so succinctly to explain what you need to know and why it’s important.