Android’s State of Emergency | #PNWeekly 262
Finally, a problem that isn’t OnePlus’s fault. Worse yet, it’s an issue in Android that has many manufacturers on high alert and may leave some people in the ditch at the worst possible moment. We tackle HTC and Touchpal, Bixby and Siri plus Star Wars and augmented reality on this week’s show. Hey, we even go through our listener mailbag — at long last!
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Pocketnow Weekly 262
July 20, 2017
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7:57 | Android suffers emergency calling dead ends
- On New York’s MTA, ‘A’ Train derails in Harlem
19:31 | TouchPal keyboard shows ads on HTC phones
27:47 | HMD Global’s CEO resigns after slow Nokia smartphone roll-out
40:03 | Microsoft, what are you doing with Windows Mobile?
56:52 | Bixby speaks English… finally
1:03:45 | Xiaomi’s screens, LG and Samsung’s fight
1:07:20 | iPhone SE, SE.
1:09:02 | Alexa, Google Assistant, Cortana are rising stars
1:17:46 | “Howdy, Lord Vader! We’re Lenovo!”
1:25:06 | Galaxy Note 8… dbrand… you know…
Listener Mail (FINALLY!)
- Chis Reginaldo suggests an alternate reality with Nokia on Symbian.
- Ben Chung proposes a dual-camera dilemma… with clip-on lenses.
- Trevor Reis gives OnePlus a run for its money (and ours).
See you soon!