Tech, digested for your ears

Listen in every week as John Edgar and Owen Williams break down the biggest issues in the tech industry. In short episodes, you'll get the best briefing you possibly can on trends in technology.

059: what do Apple and tractors have in common?

This week on the podcast, we talk about DRM in tractors, Waymo settling, Elon's impressive space moves and... John makes a HomePod confession (it's a good one!)

058: HomePod to Apple, do you read me?

This week, we tackle HomePod, whether or not John ordered one, and why he's excited about it — along with Hawaii's missile accident, UX in government and other great discussions about where the living room is moving to in the self-driving future. 

057: Cryptoparty, Face ID and Apple's shady battery dealings

It's been a busy month, but we're finally back on the horse. On this episode we talk about Owen getting into crypto, and what's going on with the craze, the iPhone's Face ID "issues" plus how Apple's shady dealings with battery + performance might hurt for a long time.

056: Very exciting news, and a bunch of great tech

I've been working on something new for months, and you get to be one of the very first people to try it. There's a very special offer for you inside, and all the great things to click on from this episode.

051: The next iPhone

OK, this isn't really an Apple episode, but there's a great discussion about the next iPhone and what it means for the company at the end. But, we also talk about Waymo's self-driving heaven and how it's teaching cars to see, shark detecting drones and a whole lot more! Sorry we didn't publish one for a while — we're back at it now! 

050: Celebrating 50 episodes of Charged Podcast!

This week we hung out on YouTube with our listeners and recorded Charged Tech episode 50! It was fun, and way more random than normal so listen in and see how it went. There's talk about Snap's terrible stock price, Hyperloop and Owen's weird VR experience. Watch the video instead at!

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