Tech Ease is a podcast about simplifying our lives, one gadget at a time. Each week, Tony, Matt and Shane look for different ways that technology is enhancing our lives around the globe, as well as our own personal experience.
Today, we have a returning guest, Richard Webster. We discuss a new camera that attaches to glasses, what methods are available online for watching the 2018 Winter Olympics, our guff with spreading salt and Tony's experience with switching ISPs.
On today's episode, we welcome back Matt and talk about a toothbrush of the future, Amazon's new no-checkout convenience store with surveillance, why we hate wrinkles and Matt's thoughts on the Brave browser.
Tesla is helping out with relief in Puerto Rico via solar power, Amazon has a new service that lets couriers unlock your door, stadium seating is what grinds our gears and we have some give our take on some oddball innovative technologies. All this and more on the latest episode of Tech Ease!
On this episode of Tech Ease, Shane talks about how other phone makers are reportedly going to follow in Apple's footsteps with Face ID and Tony runs down Google's Pixel event. Shane also explains what grinds his gears about dishwasher racks and Tony reviews the iPhone 8.
After quite a few months away, Tony and Shane tackle their seventieth episode by talking about SpaceX's new plan for intercity rocket travel, the five biggest announcement to come out of Amazon's hardware event, our gripes with paginated web content and Shane's experience with the Trtl Travel Pillow.
A robot is now delivering food in California, Amazon will be collecting state sales tax nationwide, AT&T will be expanding its fiber internet service, Matt hates "Pay to play" services that "subsidize" service and Shane talks about his Aer Duffel Pack.
Today we discuss a machine that turns glass bottles into sand, the Uber president quitting, Netflix replacing five-star ratings with thumbs-up, our gripes with POS (point of sale) systems and Shane experience with the Apple AirPods.
We talk about an indestructible liquid screen protector, Windows 10 updates that were ruining peoples' days, advanced voice-recognition for the Amazon Echo, the trouble with taxes and Shane's experience with the Apple AirPort Time Capsule.
On today's episode, we talk about about Toyota's interactive window concept, Waymo has a lawsuit against Uber and the Blackberry Mercury is now being called KeyOne. We then discuss our gripes with DRM and Shane's experience with the Topo Standing Desk Anti-Fatigue Mat.