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Upgrade looks at how technology shapes our lives, from the devices in our hands and pockets to the streaming services that keep us entertained. Hosted by Jason Snell and Myke Hurley.
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The Incomparable Mothership is the flagship of the Incomparable podcast network. It’s all about geeky media we love, including movies, books, TV, and more, featuring a rotating panel of guests and hosted by Jason Snell and friends.
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Robot or Not?

John Siracusa and Jason Snell

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Jason Snell asks John Siracusa to rule on the meaning of various words and concepts. It’s not just about robots anymore. Have a question for John? Email robot@theincomparable.com.
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MacBreak Weekly covers all things Apple: Leo, Andy Ihnatko, Alex Lindsay, and Jason Snell analyze every bit of news from the most interesting company in tech. From AI to Vision Pro, iPad to iPhone, these Apple experts know-all and tell-all. Records live every Tuesday at 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific / 18:00 UTC.
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MacBreak Weekly covers all things Apple: Leo, Andy Ihnatko, Alex Lindsay, and Jason Snell analyze every bit of news from the most interesting company in tech. From AI to Vision Pro, iPad to iPhone, these Apple experts know-all and tell-all. Records live every Tuesday at 2:00pm Eastern / 11:00am Pacific / 18:00 UTC.
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Liftoff

Relay FM

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Liftoff was a podcast about space, the universe, and everything. You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to understand the major developments as explained by enthusiastic space fans Stephen Hackett and Jason Snell. Hosted by Jason Snell and Stephen Hackett.
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Myke Hurley discusses films he’s generally never seen before with his podcast co-hosts. This feed includes segments from the archives of Relay FM, with Jason Snell (Upgrade) and Casey Liss (Analog{ue}). Occasionally Myke will also record original episodes just for Myke at the Movies listeners. (Relay FM excerpts will generally appear here 30 days after they appear on their original podcast.)
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Tim Goodman's TV Talk Machine

Tim Goodman and Jason Snell

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Writer Tim Goodman (former SF Chronicle and Hollywood Reporter TV critic) talks irregularly with Jason Snell about television and other stuff. Released simultaneously worldwide to all international markets. Love to your mothers. TV Talk Machine art by the late, great Don Asmussen.
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From products and companies to services and trends, Download’s weekly panel of experts analyzed the biggest topics in tech … and a few you may have missed. Hosted by Jason Snell and Stephen Hackett.
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"Walleye Chronicles" is a podcast about the history of walleye fishing told through the eyes its fisherman. You see the history of walleye fishing should is a history of each and every one of us that chases this wonderful nemesis)
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David Sparks and Mike Schmitz are not nearly as productive as they’d like to be. Join these fellow travelers (and a bunch of special guests) as they share the best ways to get focused, and talk through their successes and failures along the way. Hosted by David Sparks and Mike Schmitz.
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Join Austin Institute Executive Director and Director of Academic Programs Dr. Marianna Orlandi as she discusses topics that are relevant for the family and for society at large with prominent scholars and leaders in their fields. We promise that you’ll learn something and enjoy the conversations!
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The Cyber Sentinel Podcast with host Alan Adcock CEO, Automated Solutions Consulting Group, Inc. Alan founded ASC Group as a technology services provider for the small-to-midsize business community. Over time, they have evolved to specialize in data reliability and security for schools, medical practices, and remote workforces. Their clients can rely on their infrastructure to provide business continuity and rely on his team of network experts to uphold ethical business practices and standar ...
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An interview podcast discussing no-budget filmmaking and DIY creativity using modern technology. Because, let's be honest, there can only be a couple Bono's and Brittany Spears' in the world, these are conversations with creative people who you've never heard of.
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Scott Gilmour helped take APEX Surety & Insurance Ltd from a scrappy startup to a thriving insurance business. This is his story. In this episode of Winning in Winnipeg, I speak with Scott Gilmore, founding partner of Apex Surety and Insurance. Scott shares his transformative journey from corporate law to the insurance industry, recounting his many…
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Apple has reportedly ceased work on the next Vision Pro with a focus on releasing a cheaper model in 2025. More information about Apple Intelligence is starting to roll out. Cheaper Vision Pro, Apple Pay Later, Apple Watch. And it's hard to talk about rumors sometimes, but reportedly, the upcoming Apple Watch Series 10 may get a larger screen and t…
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Apple has reportedly ceased work on the next Vision Pro with a focus on releasing a cheaper model in 2025. More information about Apple Intelligence is starting to roll out. Cheaper Vision Pro, Apple Pay Later, Apple Watch. And it's hard to talk about rumors sometimes, but reportedly, the upcoming Apple Watch Series 10 may get a larger screen and t…
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David & Mike read Rapt by Winifred Gallagher and discuss how to protect your attention and cultivate a focused life. This episode of Focused is sponsored by: Harvard Business Review: The leading destination for smart management thinking. Subscriptions start at just $10/month with code FOCUSED. Zocdoc: Find the right doctor, right now with Zocdoc. S…
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The Summer of Fun has arrived, but we've still got a lot of catch-up work to do after a huge WWDC. So this week we share more thoughts about Apple's new AI strategy and discuss a lot of the feedback we got about what happened last week. This episode of Upgrade is sponsored by: DeleteMe: Get 20% off your plan when you use this link and code UPGRADE2…
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It’s part one of a two-part finale, which leaves Jason and Chip struggling with how to judge it. But somehow we find a way—and it mostly leaves us feeling frustrated. Chip Sudderth and Jason Snell Support this show and other shows like it on The Incomparable network by becoming a member. Members get early access to podcasts, bonus episodes, and mor…
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Vulture's Josef Adalian joins Jason to discuss the fate of Paramount after the latest deal has fallen through, Warner Bros. Discovery moves to plan B on sports rights, and Joe walks us through his Vulture streamer rankings. This episode of Downstream is sponsored by: Factor: Healthy, fully-prepared food delivered to your door. Guest Starring: Josef…
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With “Furiosa: A Mad Max Story” in theaters, we thought we would dip back to the original (aka, the fourth) Mad Max movie, “Mad Max: Fury Road” from 2015. It’s a big car chase followed by a race, it’s two hours long, and it’s considered one of the greatest films of all time. Witness us! "Mad Max: Fury Road" Steven Schapansky with Erika Ensign, Merl…
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Live from Cupertino, Jason has his in-person reactions to Apple's big WWDC announcements. And in London, Myke processes his feelings about some controversial Apple choices. This episode of Upgrade is sponsored by: DeleteMe: Get 20% off your plan when you use this link and code UPGRADE20. Ooni Pizza Ovens: Bring restaurant quality pizza to your home…
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Recorded in front of a live (and lively) audience at The California Theatre in San Jose Tuesday evening, special guests John Giannandrea, Craig Federighi, and Greg Joswiak join me to discuss Apple’s announcements at WWDC 2024.**Regulat video:** [YouTube](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7al_Gpolb8).**Spatial video:** Exclusively in Sandwich Vision'…
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A bevy of announcements came from Apple during it WWDC24 event! Apple Intelligence is coming to iPhone, iPad, and Mac with features like Image Playground. iPadOS 18 is coming soon, including an official Calculator app for the iPad and Smart Script when using the Apple Pencil. And the Apple Vision Pro is expanding into new countries and regions, suc…
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A bevy of announcements came from Apple during it WWDC24 event! Apple Intelligence is coming to iPhone, iPad, and Mac with features like Image Playground. iPadOS 18 is coming soon, including an official Calculator app for the iPad and Smart Script when using the Apple Pencil. And the Apple Vision Pro is expanding into new countries and regions, suc…
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The roguish Jonathan Groff appears amid an extended riff on “Bridgerton.” Jason recommends a different Netflix series. Erika gives this episode a very high rating. Chip wonders about the metatextuality of it all. Was this episode for the cosplaying birds? Or could we not get it out of our heads? Jason Snell, Erika Ensign and Chip Sudderth Support t…
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Our 2024 book club shortlist read continues with “Shigidi and the Brass Head of Obalufon”, “The Terraformers,” and “Some Desperate Glory.” We enjoyed them all, to varying degrees! Plus: What else are we reading? 2024 Awards Shortlist, part 2 Jason Snell with Aleen Simms, Scott McNulty, Erika Ensign and Heather Berberet Referenced Works Shigidi and …
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John Moltz, freelance writer, podcaster (The Rebound and Biff!), joins Scott to discuss “These are the Voyages” (ENT S4E22). Topics include how bad this episode is on many levels, shocking cameos, great characters in not so great shows, and inexplicable deaths. Scott McNulty with John Moltz Show Notes & Links Watch “These are the Voyages” for yours…
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Retired NHL Star to Entrepreneur, Dale Weise has lived every boy's dream! In this episode of the Winning in Winnipeg Podcast, Dale Weise shares his transformative journey from professional NHL hockey player to thriving entrepreneur. Dale opens up about overcoming challenges in his sports career, discovering new passions, and managing his new ventur…
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A new 3D 'Floor Plan' feature has been shipped with the latest HomeKit update. Apple mislabeled the number of GPU cores on the M2 iPad Air. You too can design your kitchen with the Apple Vision Pro & Lowe's. Plus, do cheap lightning-connected earbuds actually use Bluetooth even though it's a wired connection? Qualcomm uses 'I'm a Mac' actor Justin …
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A new 3D 'Floor Plan' feature has been shipped with the latest HomeKit update. Apple mislabeled the number of GPU cores on the M2 iPad Air. You too can design your kitchen with the Apple Vision Pro & Lowe's. Plus, do cheap lightning-connected earbuds actually use Bluetooth even though it's a wired connection? Qualcomm uses 'I'm a Mac' actor Justin …
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David & Mike consider their use of tasks and calendars and share their workflows for how they tie these two essential productivity tools together to get things done. This episode of Focused is sponsored by: Nom Nom: Healthy, fresh food for dogs formulated by top Board Certified Veterinary Nutritionists. Prepped in our kitchens with free delivery to…
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It's time for our ninth annual competition regarding what will happen at Apple's WWDC keynote! What will be announced? Will it be all AI, all the time? And a new wrinkle is added to the draft format! This episode of Upgrade is sponsored by: Squarespace: Save 10% off your first purchase of a website or domain using code UPGRADE. Tailscale: Secure re…
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Did you enjoy the work? Afterward, did you spend time thinking about what it meant? When you start to analyze it, does it offer several interesting interpretations? Does the intent of the author inform, or is it irrelevant? We’re talking about art in general, and this week’s episode of “Doctor Who” in particular. Jason Snell and Chip Sudderth Suppo…
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Craig Hockenberry returns to the show. Topics include the upcoming Daylight DC-1 monochrome “e-paper” tablet, more thoughts on the new iPad Pros, and what we expect/hope for from Apple at WWDC. Also: a one-button keyboard. Sponsored by: Trade Coffee: Enjoy 30% off your first month of coffee. Squarespace: Make your next move. Use code talkshow for 1…
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It’s been 40 years since the release of 1984’s “The Last Starfighter,” so we finally give this visually groundbreaking film its due. Did we find the early CGI effects as charming as the plot of a small town kid becoming a galactic hero in the distant reaches of space? "The Last Starfighter" (1984) Steven Schapansky with Joe Rosensteel, Cicero Holme…
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This is it! We’re reviewing a new “Star Trek: Discovery” episode for the last time. From binary stars to binary black holes, we’ve been here through it all. This time we’re doing our usual nonsense, expressing feelings first, then discussing the specially shot series-end segment, then backing into the main core of the episode. Mind-bending corridor…
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Other strategies for WBD if it loses the NBA, we answer a bumper crop of listener letters, and Julia has some big career news. [Downstream+ subscribers also get to hear us discuss Netflix potential sports futures and the changing face of broadcast TV.] Links and Show Notes: Get Downstream+ and don't miss a segment! Submit Feedback If the NBA on NBC…
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Could Apple change the orientation of its logo on future iPads? An OLED iPad mini is allegedly in development for a 2026 release. Would you buy a Lego model of an Apple Store? And why did Apple Music even bother releasing a top 100 list of the best albums on Apple Music? Apple might change the orientation of its logo on the back of future iPads. Wh…
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Could Apple change the orientation of its logo on future iPads? An OLED iPad mini is allegedly in development for a 2026 release. Would you buy a Lego model of an Apple Store? And why did Apple Music even bother releasing a top 100 list of the best albums on Apple Music? Apple might change the orientation of its logo on the back of future iPads. Wh…
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