Much ado about Nothing
This week, Cliff and Adam get together to talk about the company that happens to be named Nothing. Carl Pei took to the stage this week and gave us a hint at things to come. Some of them made sense, others, not so much. So we got together to chat about it.
Plus our tech yeah of the week comes from Cliff and it features Nothing's only current product. The Nothing Ear (1) earbuds.
Android users can now delete Google search history from last 15 minutes (Android Authority)
At Google I/O 2021, Google announced a way to delete the last 15 minutes of your search history. It just came out now.
Apple launches the first driver’s license and state ID in Wallet with Arizona (Apple)
You can put your driver's license in your iPhone if you live in Arizona, for better or for worse.
The Mac Studio’s removable SSD is reportedly blocked by Apple on a software level (Verge)
Apple is still being a dick to its customers.
Apple has resolved the outage affecting iMessage, Apple Music, the App Store, and other services (Verge)
Apple's systems all shut down for about four hours on Monday, forcing employees to use paper instead of iPads.
Microsoft is hindering Windows 11 on custom-built PCs (Digital Trends)
Microsoft added a watermark to custom-built Windows 11 machines.
Spotify and Google Announce User Choice Billing (Spotify)
Users will be able to pick between Google's billing services and Spotify's, and Tims Sweeney and Cook are not happy about it.
Uber Reaches Deal to List All New York City Taxis on Its App (Wall Street Journal)
You can now summon an NYC Taxi in the Uber app if you hate clean cars or something.
Apple iPhone SE (2022) Real World Test (Camera Comparison, Battery Test, & Vlog)
iPhone SE (2022) Review: Powerful and affordable (Digital Trends)
David Cogen took the iPhone SE for a trip around his neighborhood.
Air New Zealand Plans New York Services From September (simpleflying.com)
New Zealand's newest flight flies for 16 hours to NYC and lands 15 minutes after it left. Seriously.
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