Is the dream of self-driving cars dead, what’s new in macOS Monterey: Vertical Hold ep 352

Autonomous cars are the future, right? But like flying cars, are they more sci-fi myth than science reality? Meanwhile, Apple’s released macOS Monterey, but is there much there worth getting excited about? Special guests Technology Uncorked’s Geoff Quattromani and Pickr’s Leigh Stark!



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There’s a lot of technology in cars, and we’ve been promised for decades that any day now they’ll start driving themselves. Problem is, that day never comes. Adam wrote an excellent guide to why this week (read it here) and we dive into the problems globally and in Australia with the concept of autonomous vehicles!

Apple’s big push right now is for its hyper-powerful MacBook Pro models — we discussed those on last week’s show — but it’s also released the latest version of macOS… sort of. Some features are MIA, some only work on the newest M1 “Apple Silicon” Macs. Is it worth getting excited about macOS Monterey?

Joining us in the virtual Vertical Hold studios this week are Geoff Quattromani from the excellent Technology Uncorked podcast and Leigh Stark from Pickr!

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