The Next Track, Episode #242: How to Break the Ice for Podcasts

Doug and Kirk discuss some new gear for working with audio, immersive audio, and Zoom.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #264: The Dangers of Verified Accounts on Social Networks

We discuss this week’s Apple security updates, explain why some apps have issues with full disk access in macOS Ventura, and we discuss the dangers of verified accounts on social networks, such as Twitter. We also take a close look at one of the biggest changes in macOS Ventura, the System Settings app.

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PhotoActive Podcast, Episode 128: New iPads and Lightroom Updates

Apple announced new iPad and iPad Pro models aimed at two very different audiences, but how do they look for photographers? Also new are updates to Adobe’s Lightroom line of products, bringing improved AI-based masking features to the broad suite of photo editing apps. Jeff and Kirk weigh in on these and more in the latest episode.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #263: What’s New in macOS Ventura

We take a look at some of the new features in macOS Ventura, and we also discuss the more than 100 vulnerabilities patched in this week’s operating system updates. And we discuss Apple’s surprising foray into ads for gambling apps in the iOS / iPadOS App Store.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #262: Apple’s Confusing New iPad Line

Apple announced new iPads this week, and now the iPad line is confusing. We look at what this means for people who want to buy a new iPad. We also discuss the new Apple TV, and its Thread support, DuckDuckGo’s new “secure” browser, and we have an update on the Lufthansa AirTag kerfuffle.

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PhotoActive Podcast, Episode 127: Hands-On with the iPhone 14 Pro Cameras

Apple says every new iPhone is the Best Ever iPhone, but when it comes to the cameras in the iPhone 14 Pro, could that be more than just hyperbole? Find out why Kirk thinks this model is a game-changer, hear our opinions on how it stacks up to other phones on the market, and discover the pros and cons we’ve discovered when photographing with these remarkable portable devices.

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Intego Mac Podcast, Episode #261: Are AirTags Safe on Airlines?

Apple’s new crash detection feature in iPhones is creating false positives on roller coasters. Researchers have found a way to use thermal tracking to figure out the password you’ve just typed. And are AirTags safe on airlines? Lufthansa isn’t quite sure.

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The Next Track, Episode #241: Geoff Edgers on Searching for the Perfect Sound

In a long Washington Post article, Geoff Edgers goes in search of perfect sounding vinyl records.

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