On The New Screen Savers recorded on June 9, 2018, with Leo Laporte and Jason Snell:
- Leo and Jason discuss how macOS Mojave is bringing iOS apps to the Mac and other big Apple announcements from WWDC 2018.
- Forget the BlackBerry Key2, Planet Computers is bringing the PDA back into the 21st century with the Android-based Gemini. Leo has his review.
- NASA's Curiosity rover has found 3 billion-year-old organic matter on Mars. NASA Goddard Astrobiologist Jennifer Eigenbrode joins us to talk about their findings.
- Jason Howell reviews the first camera to shoot in Google’s VR180 format, the Lenovo Mirage Camera. This 4K camera shoots photos and video in 180-degree stereoscopic VR.
- Did you know that your Amazon Echo saves all your voice data? Megan Morrone shows you how to listen to these recordings and how to delete them.
- And Leo and Jason answer a few Mac-centric viewer questions in our Call for Help and Mail Bag.
Thanks to CacheFly for the bandwidth for this show.
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