41: Apple fined $12 million, what we bought on Black Friday and Immortals Fenyx Rising first impressions
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Your headlines for the show:
01:05 Why we are so sleepy
01:52 Renaming Black Friday
04:47 What we bought this Black Friday
09:05 Qualcomm Snapdragon 888
09:51 Immortals Fenyx Rising
10:45 Why does everyone keep buying the same stuff?
13:13 Apple fined $12 Million
20:11 Fake News Blast
23:32 Black Friday needs to die
25:45 Sign off
As usual, we're talking about a variety of topics from the world of tech. We begin the show with this week's Big Question: What should we rename Black Friday to?
We also talk about Apple being finned $12 million for misleading consumers, recap Black Friday 2020 and give some first impressions on Immortals Fenyx Rising.
Meanwhile, this week's Unpopular Opinions is all about how Black Friday needs to disappear.
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