The way that Google informs its app users on the latest news and personal information will be the way that it will inform all of its mobile web users.
As it announced the closing of the acquisition, Apple also told users it would no longer run ads in the music-identifying app.
A lot of people are already doing it, but it's kind of difficult to do it right now. What if it were just easier? Instagram fears the worst.
We also learn that Sprint and T-Mobile are not willing to reliquinsh any of their spectrum or their prepaid carriers to move forward with the merger.
Also on our show, OnePlus pushes Android Pie to its newest phone, LG plans a great camera for the V40 and Nokia crams another flagship into the schedule.
After years of vocal complaints from what Twitter may consider a minority, it seems that it has relented in giving users control of their timeline.
We unbox our iPhone XS devices on the air and also tackle news on the Galaxy Note 9, OnePlus, 5G, Withings, Xiaomi and Amazon.
Also on our show, Samsung has launched its first triple-camera smartphone while the iPhone XS gets torn apart for the sake of knowledge. Also, a Sony deal!
Also on our show, 2018 still has a new iPad or two in it while Huawei will fold 5G into its foldable phone. Nokia, too, may go all gaming crazy.
Also on our show, iOS 12 is finally out and so is watchOS 5. OnePlus expands from smartphones to TVs. Plus, the Essential Phone is on sale again!
Instead of a bin of high-speed data, AT&T may decided to offer wireless plans with certain speed limits or latency minimums.
Also on our show, mounting concerns and a new timeline for Apple's AirPower mat, another Razer Phone is set to come in October and iPhone prices.
Also on our show, four times the fun with Samsung is coming on Octoer 11 wihle the Razer Phone 2 has surfaced, at least superficially. Google deals, too.
Sprint will be sub-letting space within more Walgreens drugstores to bolster its retail presence in two metropolitan areas.
Also on our show, some old iPhones go out to pasture while newer... older iPhones get discounted. And OnePlus Bullets earbuds take on a new connector.
How are the national wireless networks are working for customers in Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina during the storm?
All of the announcements out of Cupertino have us in a frenzy, but don't fret, we're here to make sense out of it all. Plus, Pocophone news!
Inbox debuted in 2014 as a test lab for new features that let users more easily sort out and reply to emails. Now, Google is shutting that lab down.
Also on our show, more evidence that the Galaxy S10 will get a fingeprint sensor in its display, real iPhone prototypes were in our faces and phone deals!
The telecoms regulator has put a pause on the public comment period to review more documents sent in, mostly from T-Mobile.
The company will be more active in October with a new smartphone on the way, but until then, the codebreaking game is afoot.
The Un-carrier is promoting the deal as part of its commitment to unrelenting network advancement and a good reason why it shold merge with Sprint.
Also on today's show, OnePlus has our fingerprints in the 6T's display, Donald Trump is feuding with Apple again and we have the Snapdragon Wear 3100.