Thu, 19 May 2016
This week: Apple makes a curious investment in China’s version of Uber; iPhones that charge wirelessly in your pocket; Siri is coming to a Mac near you; more weird and wacky stories from the Cult of Mac; and we tell you what we like (and what we don’t) about the gadgets we’re currently testing in an all-new Under Review.
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On the show this week
Intro: Your future computer, The Knowledge Navigator
Apple invests $1 billion in Chinese Uber rival
Apple’s new hires point to iPhone wireless charging
Siri for Mac icons leak ahead of WWDC
Buster’s reviewing the Garmin Phoenix 3
Leander’s been listening to the Moshi Avanti on-ear headphones
Erfon’s lighting his house with the illumi smart bulbs
The three Apples that changed the world, featuring Jimmy Page and Fiona Apple