Apple say that they will fix any repairable iDevice damaged by floods in Japan? Somehow this doesn’t sound completely accurate. When is the last time that Apple fixed a liquid damaged device? We’ll discuss this and more on today’s Tech Hangout Live.
Samsung’s “unbreakable” phone display, Apple patches MacBook Pro CPU throttling bug, Amazon’s facial recognition software matches 28 congress people with criminal mugshots, Rolls Royce plans flying taxis, and more on this weeks tech talk live.
Flying cars or drivable planes rather will be available in 2019 through a company called Terrafugia…
The iPhone 6 failure rate is the highest among iPhones. Don’t get too excited if you are a non-iPhone enthusiast. Samsung didn’t do too well for reliability either. This is the Phonecast week in wireless.
Does owning an iPhone mean that you are wealthy? According to one study this is one way to determine one’s income level so they say. Today we discuss this and more recent technology news.
Apple has been fined the equivalent of $6.6 million in an Australian court over “Error 53” an issue that rendered many devices useless. Oppo has a revolutionary design that we may see in the US. Online reviews are far from trustworthy in many cases.
The iPhone 7 “Loop Disease” is becoming more prevalent these days. If your phone exhibits any of the symptoms it is most likely due to broken/damaged solder joints under the Audio IC. What will we see at WWDC 2018? It’s time to talk tech.
Human or bot? Google Duplex is convincing. Net neutrality dies June 11th. Or does it? Rumors about Apple’s 2018 release and more.
Nokia 6.1 comes to the US, HTCs newest flagship, another LG release, change your Twitter password, and more…
The Sprint T-Mobile merger mat face opposition from the Justice Department, don’t ask Siri to define “mother” more than once, Ming-Chi Kuo will most likely not give us iPhone predictions in the future, Huawei has been working on their own operating system just in case, and more, this week in wireless.