Welcome to episode #114 of my podcast (1 hour 9 min), featuring the coolest man in mobile himself, Mr. Joshua Vergara! Join us as we dive into all the phones of CES and MWC 2016…
Join us for an in-depth chat about the Nextbit Robin and the general state of smartphone design — this one’s a doozy :)
Note: The Hangouts on Air cuts out often because we experienced connectivity problems, so I suggest you listen to the audio version of this podcast, or just subscribe with your favorite podcast player.
Here — at last — is episode #112 of my podcast (1 hour 22 min) featuring the incredibly awesome Andrew Martonik, wherein we recall this summer’s phone hits and misses!
You don’t want to miss this one :)
Welcome to episode #111 of my podcast (1 hour 15 min), where I’m joined by the incomparable Matthew Miller to discuss the most excellent LG G4, other flagships (including the iPhone 6 Plus), and a bunch of smartwatches (including Pebble Time)!
Then stick around to hear about Microsoft’s Nokia writeoff, Apple Music, and Google Photos. Finally, we chat about new and upcoming handsets like the Huawei P8 Lite and the OnePlus 2… So go ahead, jump right in — we’re waiting for you :)
The wonderful Dan Seifert joins me on episode #110 of my podcast (1 hour 1 min), in which we rant and rave about the HTC One (M9), the Samsung Galaxy S6, the Apple Watch, and more… We also share our excitement for the upcoming LG G4 and Microsoft apps — yes Microsoft!
Note: I’m well aware that the video version of this podcast ends suddenly after just 27 mins. Something must have happened during the Hangout on Air. I’ve reached out to Google for support and hopefully the full video will be restored.
I’ve been testing HTC’s latest and greatest — the new One (M9) flagship — for a few days now, and here’s my 3-part video review:
Yes, 3 parts with a 4th, just like musketeers :)
Last Saturday, Delphi announced Delphi Drive — the first ever autonomous cross-country drive — which will start in San Francisco March 22 and end in New York City a few days later.
What happens when you cross an Android tablet with a school desk? You get something like the Touch Easel, which is here at SXSW 2015, and is launching later today on Kickstarter. The product, which is designed specifically for students with disabilities and aimed at schools and institutions, puts a large Android tablet into an adjustable school desk.