Apple is clamping down on product security, a move the company hopes will stop leaks about its future products. A brother and sister stole millions of dollars of MacBooks from Stanford, and got caught, of course. A cool video takes us down memory lane with some old Apple products.
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Apple discontinued the original HomePod this week. It's a product I absolutely love and use every day, but I understand the move. Also, Intel debuted some new ads with Justin Long, who Apple used in its "I'm a Mac" ad campaign. These new ads aren't nearly as good.
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Apparently the Space Gray HomePod is in short supply in the U.S. Dave and I talk about that before moving on to a Safari message that people sometimes get alerting of them of tabs using significant memory. Dave also explains how a piece of digital art sold for $69 million.
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After Dave takes a few minutes to talk about his stupid hockey team, we dive into the price differences of the Apple TV compared to its competitors, as well as the Apple remote. We also look at Google's announced touting changes in its overall privacy policies.
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