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The Samsung Galaxy Note 10 is here! But is it everything that we wanted?
Mediatek's new gaming chips were announced in India, where we learned a lot a very different tech market.
Facebook is finally paying for its issues to the tune of $5B - but Joshua Vergara and Jaime Rivera discuss why this might not be enough.
We have a really good look at the Galaxy Note 10 now - but let's not forget the surprising announcement of a smaller, exciting Nintendo Switch Lite.
Facebook owns a lot of important services... so it's a big deal when one outage affects it all at the same time. Also, the futures of both Huawei and Samsung!
We take the Oppo Reno 10x Zoom to Tokyo, Japan and talk about why we're continuously impressed!
Does the OnePlus 7 Pro excite us enough to make us forget about the Pixel 3a and the new contender, the ASUS Zenfone 6? Joshua Vergara is joined by TK Bay and David Imel this week to talk about the latest OnePlus device.
Fresh off of a simple but eventful Google I/O, TK Bay joins Joshua Vergara to give some insider thoughts from the show that JV could have easily attended. (More to that story in the first part of the show.) Meanwhile, out in Brooklyn, theunlocker himself David Cogen reacts to the Pixel 3a and why the phone might be more compelling than its original, more powerful counterpart. Color us all a bit surprised that a midrange smartphone impresses us this much.
The Samsung Galaxy Fold is now delayed, but should that influence how people feel about the unique phone? Joshua Vergara, Jaime Rivera, and guest Isa Rodriguez discuss it during IFA GPC in Spain!
Special guest Cherlynn Low of Engadget joins Joshua Vergara and Jaime Rivera to give their thoughts on the Samsung Galaxy Fold and all of the... BREAKING news that has been happening this past week.
Mobile gaming gets leveled up with the Black Shark 2 and cloud gaming becomes a focus of Google's latest project, Stadia. Joshua Vergara is joined by Jaime Rivera and David Cogen (TheUnlockr)!
Holding the Galaxy S8 presents one of the most quizzical axioms that we've had to confront at Pocketnow. We dig into some controversy with our podcast.
Plus, Huawei puts out the fuel for MWC as it's rumored to dig deep into the past for a new release. That and a prepaid carrier discussion on our podcast!
The CES show floor is closed for business. While we love Vegas, we also enjoy heading back home after a long week of covering tech. Jaime decided to hitch a ride back with Juan this year, and we thought it would be a great opportunity to capture our post show conversations, and turn them into this podcast you’re about to hear, so sit back, relax, and enjoy the inane ramblings of two exhausted tech editorialists.
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This week's Pocketnow Weekly takes a look back at all the WWDC 2015 developments, dives into the latest smartphone rumors, and checks out some new handsets.
You wanted alternate topics, and the end of December delivered. On today's show: everything from OnePlus One mini to BlackBerry's latest nostalgia fest!
Weird-looking smartphones, bizarre cameras and luxury smartwatches: the only thing crazier than this show's news is the amount of mail we're answering!
On this week's podcast: is the Nokia N1 an iPad ripoff? Can the Samsung Gear S replace a dumbphone? And will Gorilla Glass 4 save your screen? Join us!
If your top interests in this week's news included the terms "Lollipop," "Lumia," or "YouTube Music Key," the Pocketnow Weekly podcast is the show for you!
On this week's show: the first Nexus videos trickle out, Android Lollipop gets a release date, & one of mobile's oldest brands starts fading fast. Join us!