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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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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: http://www.toothysaber.com Music: The Wonder by Dave Deeper http://www.needledrop.co/artists/dave-depper/

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: http://www.toothysaber.com

Music: The Wonder by Dave Deeper http://www.needledrop.co/artists/dave-depper/

September 24, 2017 12:49 PM PDT

Another special episode because we have a guest. He was the first person that sent us to feedback, and as a reward, we invited him on the show. We talk about the new iPhones, our expectations for the next year, and yes, we are still talking about the name and the notch. Also, phone sizes, losing the home button and contemplating the end of physical buttons. Is Siri the future of the iPhone interface? We've been using the iOS11 beta for a week and address changes we like and bugs we found. Diogo has a passion for backups (we think it's weird too), but I keep losing files, so I cant criticise. Our guest tells us his history with macs, and we end up wanting Face ID on the mac, better notifications and talk about overblown Apple fails.

Music: The Wonder by Dave Deeper

September 13, 2017 05:18 AM PDT

The Apple Event is that time of the year when they give you an excellent presentation designed to show you their new hardware. It's a 2h marketing campaign, and it usually works, mainly because it's not just hype and the products are good. This one was one of their best and very effective, at least for us; we got lost in Apple time and are convinced. They introduced a lot of buzzwords, but the new features seem substantial. We got a new Apple Watch with cellular, an updated Apple TV and of course three new iPhones. They are new and shiny, and I mean this literally if you kept the eclipse glasses you might want to use them. The leaks revealed plenty but watching the demonstration is another thing entirely. Hardware and software working together to amaze you. If you use emoji, you are going to love animated emoji, and if you don't use it, you may just start. Furthermore, it's selfie heaven if that's your thing, and if you like photography, I don't even know what to tell you. Just when you think it can't get much better, they prove you wrong. The iPhone X (not an ex but 10) is everything we expected and more, but the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 plus are worthy contenders and hold their ground.

Music: The Wonder by Dave Deeper

September 11, 2017 02:23 AM PDT

Why Jeff Cannata is right, and you should not watch trailers before the movie, except for Suicide Squad, Prometheus and Alien Covenant. For these, you should only watch the trailer. A Segway is a Segway even when it's not a Segway. And of course lots of predictions on the 2017 September Apple Keynote (recorded before the leaks). We had dinner; we had drinks, we recorded a podcast. Was it the right way to go? Listen to us, find out and let us know.

Music: The Wonder by Dave Deeper

August 26, 2017 04:45 AM PDT

Now you can see how our minds work because we take a look at file management, or in my case the lack of it. Diogo and I talk about file organization preferences, directories, tags, and how acceptable it is to use your desktop for temporary or permanent storage. From Finder to Pathfinder, Spotlight and even Windows Explorer and the upcoming Timeline. We talk a little of everything related to digital organizational needs and how Google Desktop or Atlas Recall is very close to my ideal tool but not without some caveats. Plus some gripes about Flash and Java and our trademark sidetracking.

Music: The Wonder by Dave Deeper

August 19, 2017 07:52 AM PDT

Apple is still very secretive, but we now know that the next iPhone is called D22 and can only be used by people with Ferraris. I still think it's a distraction from the real phone everyone is waiting for, the iPhone SE 2.
Unread got sold again, and we finally remembered the name of a favorite app that is no more. Some popular apps like Ulysses and One Password are changing business models, and we couldn't resist talking about software monetization one more time. Technically Diogo could resist, but sometimes friendship comes with a price.
We also talk about surf and boulder, but it didn't make it to the final version of the episode. It's a shame I know, but it's a technology podcast.

August 09, 2017 04:40 AM PDT

This episode is all about SEGA, so get ready for some deep cuts. I don't know much about consoles in general so we have a special guest that knows this stuff and, can speak proper English. We get shamed on this one while we cover most of SEGA hardware history and arguably some of its best games.

August 03, 2017 03:20 PM PDT

Our take on Apple peripherals. We try to argue that the Magic Mouse shouldn't support gestures and that using a mouse a trackpad and a keyboard simultaneously makes more sense. Then we get lost on the rabbit hole of other mice and accessories like Thunderbolt peripherals. We end up time traveling and looking to the future using voice and movement recognition as an interface. It could be a parallel universe, so we give no guarantee on our predictions.

July 25, 2017 06:00 PM PDT

I complain that I haven't paid enough for Pocket Casts in return from all I got over the years. Overcast excellent advertising solution. Some of the apps that we lost and why we wish we could do more to support others (Reeder, we love you). The perceived difference between buying digital versus physical goods. Our opinions on pay to upgrade or subscription models and why we all lose for not adequately compensating developers.

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