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How Artificial Intelligence makes your phone better (video & podcast)
You probably don’t know that Artificial Intelligence in your smartphone is responsible for many functionalities. We talk about those in this video.
AT&T believes iPhone 12 launch may not be a ‘Massive event’
AT&T’s Communications CEO has made some comments about the upcoming iPhone 12 launch and more, check them out
Unpacking Samsung’s New Computing: Interview with Samsung’s Hassan Anjum
On this week’s episode of our Pocketnow Weekly Podcast, we had the pleasure of sitting down with Hassan Anjum Samsung’s Director of Product Marketing on the “New Computing” division.
Huawei founder comments amidst tumult on security, US relationship
Ren Zhengfei is weighing in on the troubles his company is going through as governments shun its products as they develop 5G networks.
Panay: Microsoft Surface hardware still going to be relevant
In fact, it’s more than the core of what Microsoft wants to do: to complete user experiences at work and at home. Hardware’s key.
Qualcomm still positive on Apple relationship
Qualcomm is very insistent that it can get back to an amicable relationship with Apple as a supplier. But can it with mountains of lawsuits stacked?
Tim Cook admits it’s “not cheap to do” an iPhone Xs
It’s a revolutionary device and Apple says that it’s the best in making such a device. Tim Cook says it costs a dollar a day for two years. True, but…
John Chen wants to see a $150 BlackBerry Bold 9900 revival
It’d be cheap, do little, but do it well and do it securely. It’d be affordable enough to be a second phone, a work phone. And BlackBerry’s CEO wants it bad.
John Legend’s latest music video shot entirely with Pixel 2
Google talked with John Legend about the making the music video for “A Good Night” using the Pixel 2. Can you tell it was Google conducting this interview?
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Essential Phone 2 will be “improving” on the camera
The design of the first Essential Phone was controversial. The camera’s usefulness was, too. At least we know where the priorities are for next time around.
Why do Sony Xperia phones still exist? “The next paradigm shift.”
CEO Kaz Hirai doesn’t see Sony having a mobile division as much as it is a communications division. And he wants it around for the next thing that isn’t smartphones.
Smartphone Addiction and Digital Mental Health: Dr. Timothy Fong Interview, UCLA Neuroscience (Video)
We talk to Dr. Timothy Fong, a psychiatrist researching addiction at UCLA, about smartphone addiction, technology research, digital mental health and more.
Redditor dissatisfied that his Google Pixel speaker issue ends in refund
Mark Buckman, a professed “Google evangelist,” has lost some faith in the company after the way he believes the company handled his issue with the Pixel.
Interview: Rehan Asad Assistant VP of Broadband Strategy for AT&T on Gigabit Broadband for LA
AT&T is lighting up gigabit broadband for LA, California. We sat down with Vice President Rehan Asad to talk about the new Gigapower roll out.
Hangin’ with Dr. Cooper: an interview with “the father of the cellphone”
He made the first cellular phone call in 1973. Now Dr. Martin Cooper joins us for a look back at the world he made possible – and what’s yet to come.
An app to save your bar: Jon Taffer talks us through BarHQ (Interview)
We sat down with Bar Rescue host Jon Taffer to learn about his new app BarHQ – and to hear about the challenges of going from TV host to app developer.
Art on an iPhone: the unbelievable mobile photography of Sarah Jarrett
Looking through Sarah Jarrett’s gallery, it’s hard to believe her main medium is an iPhone. In this interview, Sarah shares her mobile photography secrets.
Image credit, left to right: John Gamble; Clay Butch Benskin; Helen Breznik
Mobile photography as art: an interview with the MPA’s Daniel Berman
Daniel Berman, creator of the Mobile Photography Awards, lives in a world where smartphone photos sit alongside Warhols and Lichtensteins.
“We know we have made a difference”: Phonebloks on the future of the modular smartphone (Interview)
We sat down with Phonebloks to learn about the challenges involved in creating a modular smartphone and the company’s vision for the future.
The Waze of public transportation? Interview with Moovit’s Product VP
We sat down with Yovav Meydad to learn about the ups and downs of building Moovit, an app that aims to crowdsource your morning commute.
Pocketnow Weekly 081: Lenovo buys Motorola, Galaxy S5 fingerprints, & interview with special guest Ryan Negri
The Lenovo Motorola deal kicks off our recap of a startling week in tech, and Ryan Negri tells us about the journey of starting Negri Electronics. Tune in!
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Pocketnow VIP, episode 5: meet Erica Griffin of AngelOfTech!
The queen of “insanely in-depth” tech videos has dropped by the Hangout, and we’ve got a few questions for her. Join us for Erica Griffin’s Pocketnow VIP!
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Pocketnow VIP, episode 3: meet Marques Brownlee from MKBHD!
In a world of rapidly-rising YouTube tech stars, MKBHD is perhaps the most well-known … but we’re here to get to know Marques Brownlee even better.
Wearable “CommBadge” Communicator has Roots in Geekdom, Sights on the Future
CommBadge is a communicator pin straight out of Star Trek, and it talks to your iPhone or Android smartphone via Bluetooth. Read on to learn about one of the geekiest -and most buzzworthy- accessories we’ve seen.