On today's show, we discuss Apple's iPhone and Watch announcements (you might be surprised who's in and who's not convinced), Sega's crazy new arcade game that takes the term "sandbox" literally, driving robots, and a fantastic new Kickstarter for living portraits.
The creators of Canviz say they've finally created what many of us have been dying to own: digital frames that support animated images like GIFs, cinemagraphs, and more. Eat your heart out, Haunted Mansion!
On OS X 10.9 Mavericks, Apple's browser now puts limits on what Adobe's Flash Player can do, making it harder for malware authors to run rampant on people's Macs.
Is the world ready for another microgaming console? A temporarily free console, with a fixed low-cost subscription gaming service? Ready or not, here's GamePop from BlueStacks.
Sometimes file access errors in OS X may actually be related to a program's sandboxing rather than being a classic file permissions error.
Some programs may not launch completely after you have upgraded to OS X 10.8.3. Here is how to fix the problem.
With some fine-tuning in the way it sandboxes Flash, Google says that Chrome crashes have dropped significantly.
A sudden lack of functionality in a program may be from a fault in the OS X sandboxing routines.
Many programs available through the Mac App Store are standalone single-purpose tools and will not be affected by Apple's sandboxing requirements, but others will be forced to lose functionality.
Though OS X generates a crash report, the programs do not crash at all and continue to work just fine.