This week we discuss the Galaxy S9 and S10, iPhone 8 Plus Counterfeit waterproofing materials, Toys-R-Us deals on Apple products, Steve Jobs $175.000 job applications, and more. This is the week in wireless.
The Galaxy S9 is now available for pre-order. As of today is this a better phone than the iphone X? It depends on what you look for in a device. Let’s discuss the differences.
Today we discuss the future of the iPhone Notch, Android P, a Right to Repair Bill for California, and more. What is the future of the The iPhone Notch? Newsweek http://bit.ly/2Fqh7EJ, Mashable http://on.mash.to/2DdbiIX Android P Android-Developers http://bit.ly/2p4K0iL, Computer World http://bit.ly/2G6O1eE 33:55 Android version name system Right to Repair Bill in California asmdc.org http://bit.ly/2IeXp0z, Engadget http://engt.co/2FvV4MR, Read More …
Today we discuss the claim that Cellebrite “Can unlock any iPhone”, how using your phone at the table can make you sad, iPhone cameras crashing in cold weather and more.
How do you feel about the Android notch? It looks like a lot of phones will be getting them in the near future. New tutorial format, water resistant adhesive and more.
New phones are coming! Who has what and features to look forward to. Most manufacturers are going water resistant so replacing batteries keeps getting more difficult and expanding memory is rarely an option these days.
Tonight we talk about hacking as a way of thinking, net neutrality, digital security threats and more. The FCC’s “Restoring Internet Freedom” order has officially taken effect by being entered the Federal Register. We have 60 days to get our congresspeople into action before we lose the battle!
This week we talk about the LG Flagship Phone for 2018 codenamed “Judy”, Samsung overstocked with OLED screens due to lower than expected iPhone X sales, a new flying display patent for Samsung, and more.
Tonight we discuss the resignation of HTCs smartphone division chief, government entities advising Americans against using Huawei phones, and more.
The Apple HomePod will set you back $350. If you break it Apple’s out of warranty cost is $279. So don’t break it, get Applecare, or will it be repairable by third parties? As far as we can tell this will not be an easy one to fix but beyond that is it worth the price?