- Kyle Wiens of iFixit joins the show to talk about where the right-to-repair in the United States is, as Minnesota & California became the most recent states to pass their own right-to-repair laws.
- Dan Moren of SixColors stops by to discuss what Apple may announce at the upcoming WWDC event in Cupertino.
- Would you pay $20 million annually to keep your app running? Reddit is making some changes to its API that will cause numerous popular 3rd party apps to no longer be supported.
- Finally, Meta officially announced its Meta Quest 3 VR headset.
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- New York’s Right to Repair Bill: What Manufacturers and Consumers Need to Know
- Breaking: Minnesota’s New Right to Repair Law Will Give the Whole World Repair Manuals
- California Senate passes ‘Right to Repair Act’
- At the biggest WWDC ever, wearables will finally steal the show
- WWDC - Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference
- A developer says Reddit could charge him $20 million a year to keep his app working
- "Had a call with Reddit to discuss pricing. Bad news for third-party apps..." - r/apolloapp
- Meta announces Meta Quest 3
- Meta Quest 3 - Mark Zuckerberg
- The biggest announcements from Meta’s Quest Gaming Showcase