Thu, 5 February 2015
This week: a curiously equipped mystery van has us wondering if Apple’s working on self-driving autos. Plus, we review all that Apple Watch apps can’t do; Sorkin’s Jobs’ biopic gets a cast, and not everyone is thrilled; Apple’s plans for a global “data command center”; and Macho Man Randy Savage helps us answer listeners questions in an all-new Get to Know Your Cultist.
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On the show this week
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Mr T wants you to treat your mother right
Leander wants to you go to the Spandau Ballet with him
Macho Man Randy Savage is the cream of the crop!
And he wants you to SNAP IT TO A SLIM JIM!!
Tesla should “borrow” from this handy prototype Apple Watch app
Mystery Van Could Be Apple’s Entry In Effort To Develop Driverless Vehicle
Why the Apple Watch’s first apps might disappoint you
Everything Apple Watch apps can’t do
Meet the official cast of the Steve Jobs movie
Apple’s failed Arizona sapphire plant will be $2 billion data ‘command center’