What The Tech 331: Direct TV Now Free Apple TV

Posted on November 9, 2016 by Paul Thurrott in Podcasts, What The Tech with 3 Comments

In this episode of What the Tech, Andrew Zarian and I discuss AT&T’s plans to offer Direct TV Now customers a free Apple TV, rumors of an Intel-based Windows phone, and the complaints about the new MacBook Pro and USB-C.

Running time: 1:06:80

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    jdmacor - 4 weeks ago

    If you can't plug in your 2016 iphone into our 2016 macbook pro out of the box, something has gone wrong. Paul, I get it, you love USB-c, but one measly little port or one included dongle and this would all go away...

    And yes, card readers are faster than reading off of the camera. I get that you aren't a photographer and maybe didn't know that but a card reader is way faster than reading directly off the camera and infinitely better than current wireless solutions. Niche market, sure, but come on...

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    mark_rasmussen - 4 weeks ago

    Commodore Amiga 1000 price in 2016 dollars: $2,800. The Surface Studio at $ 2,900 seems like a deal.

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      nbplopes - 4 weeks ago
      In reply to mark_rasmussen:

      Wrong. No one would by an Amiga (unless you are a collector).

      PS: Stuff is worth what people are willing to pay for it.