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Toothy Saber Podcast
Come for the Apple talk, stay for the silliness
Category: Technology
This is a podcast about technology mostly focused on Apple, with the occasional episode covering other topics.
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January 16, 2018 04:31 AM PST

Reflexions on our podcast, how it started and how we feel about it now. It´s the real story, not the simple version we usually give. From there we have a conversation that we would typically not publish on the podcast. We talk about our life, friendship, expectations, fears, disappointments and even our pets. It´s not the Toothy Saber Podcast. It's just us, two friends having a conversation with the mic turned on. It gets personal, emotional and we weren't sure if we would publish it, but here it is. If you ever wanted to know us better, this is the episode for you. Not just things about us, or our opinions but a real conversation between friends.

We don't know if we will ever record another episode like this, but if you like it, lets us know.

Diogo Carvalho (@Naturimago)
Luís Queirós (@theotherluis)

Contact us at toothysaberpodcast@gmail.com

January 13, 2018 05:52 AM PST

If Apple represents the intersection between technology and liberal arts, then this episode is the intersection of technology, philosophy and recognizing personal bias. We started talking about all the extreme reactions related to Apple throttling older devices with degraded batteries, and end up reflecting on then, and even our own reactions.  How do people acknowledge and value diverging opinions, and why expert views are dismissed when they contradict values or previously held beliefs. There's a little bit of battery technology but not too much, and red wine and cheese.  It's not your typical TSP episode, and we want to know what you think. Get in touch with us by Twiter, Facebook or e-mail, we would love to have your feedback.

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Music: The Wonder by Dave Deeper

Photo via Dreamstime
Hosts: Diogo Carvalho (@Naturimago), Luís Queirós (@theotherluis)
Contact us at toothysaberpodcast@gmail.com
Visit us at ToothySaber.com
December 23, 2017 01:24 PM PST

Diogo has updated his audio setup, but he may not get the chance to role play Batman for the kids. Apple degraded the performance of iPhones with batteries issues, and some customers are not happy. From memories to dreams and back again. The iMac Pro is available and its fast, very fast. We watched Star Wars (no spoilers), and it's terrific. Plus, its Christmas and we have some software and podcasts recommendations.

Show Notes

Music: The Wonder by Dave Deeper

Photo via Apple
December 15, 2017 04:37 AM PST

The inside story on the Toothy Saber AirPods review. How we did it, dealt with equipment restrictions and lessons learned. Diogo also has brand new AirPods and compares them to the Beats X. Chrismas is coming, and Diogo is going to be Batman to entertain the kids in the hospital, or so he says. I think he just wants an excuse to rappel a wall dressed as the dark knight. I can't judge him because I would love to go as Captain America even without the dramatic entry. Don't miss the premiere of Toothy Bites on the podcast. 

Show Notes

Music: The Wonder by Dave Deeper

Photo via Apple
November 30, 2017 03:58 AM PST

Yes its true, the iPhone X has the best display on any mobile phone available today (manufactured by Samsung). The X delights, but for some people, the transition has some difficulties, especially if you coming from an android phone. We talk about the qualities of the display and discuss tradeoffs between sizes and form factors. It wouldn't be a TSP episode without a little photography, and Diogo explains why the dual cameras in the iPhone X may be better than the iPhone 8 in certain conditions.

Show Notes

Music: The Wonder by Dave Deeper

November 15, 2017 10:18 AM PST

Diogo's iPhone 6S has some iOS 11 woes, but my SE is performing well. On the topic of iOS 11, the new notification and control center improved my user experience on the iPhone considerably, but I'm missing the 3D touch and haptic feedback. How I started using Opera to run away from IE but converted to Firefox in 2004 and got addicted to tabs and extensions. As you can imagine this lead us to a discussion on browsers and we found out that there are things we like in all of them. To wrap up the episode, we talk about a new G series Canon, and according to Diogo, the only flaw is the price. My apologies for the audio quality in some parts of the recording, we don't know what happened there.

Show Notes

Music: The Wonder by Dave Deeper

November 06, 2017 03:47 PM PST

A short emergency podcast because Diogo couldn't wait to share this news with our listeners. Intel made a CPU with a  Radeon GPU together in one package, and we can hardly believe it. Sometimes hell really freezes. Just a few weeks before the launch of the new iMac Pro it seems likely that it will use similar technology. To make our day even better, DisplayMate published an analysis of the display of the iPhone X, and it's excellent

Show Notes

Music: The Wonder by Dave Deeper

Photo via Intel

November 06, 2017 08:28 AM PST

The iPhone X is available, and the first reviews are out. In this episode, we focus on some of the elements that make this iPhone special and reflect on what they mean for users and the future of the iPhone. The software is not quite ready for the new superstar and iOS may need a few more updates before you can thoroughly enjoy your new phone. However, the future looks bright, and a new acquisition from Apple hints at new video and photographic capabilities for future devices.

Show Notes

Music: The Wonder by Dave Deeper

Photo: Apple

October 20, 2017 08:29 AM PDT

A recent Apple acquisition provides a glimpse of upcoming improvements to Apple Photos. Google is arguably ahead with its photos service for now, but Apple users may not have to wait long for similar capabilities. HDR photography is standard on the iPhone 8 and photo stitching software does excellent panoramas. We talk about space exploration, Nasa and SpaceX plan to go to Mars using a fully reusable rocket. The dilemma of teleportation and spoilers for The Prestige. Joins us to go where some men already have gone before. 

Show Notes

Music: The Wonder by Dave Deeper

Photo: SpaceX

October 09, 2017 10:40 AM PDT

I guess the title says it all, in this episode, we talk about phone photography. We recall back in the days of terrible pictures on feature phones and the rapid evolution in last few years. The iPhone, in particular, has significant improvements year to year and is becoming a handy camera that may not replace a photographer DSLR but just might be good enough for the rest of us. Comparing a traditional DSLR to a mirrorless camera like the FUJI X-T2, highlighting the differences in video quality. We threw in a bit of GoPro and are very optimistic about the future of video and photography on the iPhone, but you will have to listen to find out why.

Show notes: Toothy Saber

Music: The Wonder by Dave Deeper

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