What Happened to "The Apple Byte"?

What Happened to "The Apple Byte"?

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Brian has left the building...
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Brian Tong has gone Indie on YouTube

Brian Tong left in Mar 2018.
He's gone independent.
A gutsy move going out on his own.
You can find his channel on YouTube and Patreon.
I'm concerned about all the personalities leaving CNET.
Maybe, they should go back to their old show format.
It seems the only shows are all "car" shows and not tech shows.

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Won't miss the show

Tong developed (and showed) an anti Apple bias, which always surprised me given his role as host of this Apple segment. I thought he might have been bending to CNET advertiser dollars. Perhaps others liked his quirky style but the episode he said the iPhone was no longer innovative as compared to Samsung, I could never take him seriously. Maybe as a true independent, he will be more free.

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are most of you slow ???

Apple has not been innovative at all, everything that they have is a copy from Windows the only innovative thing they came out with is the iPod in the iPod touch !!! The iPhone design was innovative !!! That's about it !!! Oh and the optimization was innovative for software.

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That’s if you can even load the videos

CNET videos are the worse, they don’t load well on the desktop and they load even worse on mobile. The site is full of ads and propaganda now. All the old crew that made CNET worth anything are gone now. CNET is dying quick. It’s sad I use to love their content
And watch it daily.

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