An internet video company wants to do TV while a cable provider wants to do wireless. If you’re not chasing pigs in the air, you’re not looking for synergy. We talk about Comcast trying out Xfinity Mobile and go over what YouTube TV can really do.
In other news, Samsung’s rubbing its hands with the Galaxy S8+ and gnashing its teeth at an Israeli developer. BlackBerry looks up for the first time in a decade while the country around it worries about StingRays. But hey, that’s not to stop us from reminiscing on something we didn’t get to talk about: yams.
We’ve got a packed show and we’re gonna move quickly, so make sure you’re charged and ready for the Pocketnow Weekly!
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Pocketnow Weekly 247
April 6, 2017
First Things First…
14:34 | Xfinity Mobile is just one more thing to bundle into your cable…
20:43| YouTube TV rolls into its first markets
25:43 | Plenty of people are grabbing the Galaxy S8+
32:23 | Samsung plays ball with HEVC licensing
39:43 | BlackBerry inking a profit soon?
45:16 | Tizen is security trash and Samsung is grudgingly fixing it
52:11 | Stingrayed in Ottawa: From Russia, with love?
56:28 | LeEco’s fall from the US race
1:02:44 | PAX puts Android first with royalty-free patents
1:07:01 | The Alcatel Flash has four cameras on it!
1:08:57 | The Cerulean Moment gives Windows 10 Mobile a moment
What’s up with the iPhone 8?
- Will Apple have enough of them for September?
- Will it cost $1,000?
- Will Apple go its own way with its GPU soon?
- Will it look like this?
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