CLICK HERE to download the file and listen directly! MoTR 398 is 69:30 minutes long and is a 80 MB file in MP3 format. HOSTS: Matthew Miller (Seattle) and Kevin C. Tofel (Philadelphia) TOPICS: Recapping some of the many announcements…
Is Microsoft’s Windows 10 S ready to take on Google Chromebooks? All about the platform and new Surface Laptop, as well as hands on with a new Android Wear watch, BlackBerry KEYOne review roundup and a low-light camera tip for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+.
All about the new Samsung Galaxy S8 and 8+ as both hosts bought one. Plenty of discussion about the pros, cons, tips, tricks and settings.
Hands on with the Garmin Forerunner 935, thoughts on the surprising tablet with the most satisfied users, Xfinity Mobile is a new wireless service on Verizon’s network and more.
First thoughts of the Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+, Gear 360 and DeX products along with other new devices and mobile news, including a discussion on if you should use a VPN on your personal phones.
Matt tests out the HTC Ultra and isn’t super impressed. The LG Watch Sport may not cut it for serious runners while Swatch has its own OS in the works. Samsung Galaxy S8 pricing leaks and we wonder if folks would pay to upgrade their existing phone hardware by unlocking new features.
Matt shares his hands-on impressions of the LG G6 and we discuss other MWC news, including the Galaxy S8, which may also have a unique 18:9 screen.
New devices in hand this week include a used Xperia XZ, the Samsung Chromebook Plus and a June Oven. (Yes, an oven!) We also talk about MWC week, including the BlackBerry Mercury, a slew of Huawei products and expected tablet updates from Samsung.
Both of us bought old phones, but are looking forward to new ones debuting at MWC. Android Wear 2.0 and new LG watches are available as is Android 7.0 for the Honor 8. Will the next iPhone cost $1,000?
We both debated over buying the same used phone from a seller during the show in between conversations on the next Galaxy Phone, the iOS 10.3 beta that “finds” lost AirPods, new wireless earbuds and some hands on thoughts of the Nvidia Shield TV.