We’re finally saying goodbye to 2016. A year full of highs and lows, which devices struck our fancy? Which gadgets fell flat? And what had us thinking deep? We’ll discuss our remembrances and grievances throughout the show and taking a closer look at our wrap up videos, and looking forward to next year as CES is moving the calendar up on tech announcements for 2017.

Those stories, plus we answer YOUR viewer questions, so make sure you’re charged and ready for the Pocketnow Weekly Podcast!

Watch the live video broadcast from 10:00pm Pacific on December 29th, or check out the high-quality audio version right here.

For folks watching live, you can comment and ask questions by using the #PNWeekly hashtag on Twitter during the broadcast. For folks watching later, you can shoot your listener emails to podcast [AT] pocketnow [DOT] com for a shot at getting your question read aloud on the air the following week!

Pocketnow Weekly 233


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Recording Date

December 29, 2016

Host

Juan Bagnell

Jules Wang

Adam Doud

 

News

32:28 | Optional S-Pen heading for Galaxy S8?

51:22 | Maybe the HTC Ocean will arrive on January 12th after all?

1:02:44 | After Cyanogenwhat will partners do for Nougat?

1:15:13 | Does Google even care why Pixel’s are freezing?

 

Goodbye 2016 – Our best of the best, phones, cameras, and audio!

(01:27:57)

We ranked the best smartphone audio. We tackled the best smartphone cameras. We voted on the best smartphones at every price. 2016 is well finished. With an exciting wrap up, and some late arrivals, we now face a fast ramp up to 2017 with an early CES.

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See you at CES 2017!

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