Matt shares final thoughts on the Galaxy S9+ and first impressions of the Garmin Forerunner 645 Music. Android P brings new features to Pixel phones for now, Microsoft has an LTE version of the Surface Pro, three new Huawei phones and the OnePlus 6 are expected soon, plus Dropbox and Google Docs are new BFFs.
Matt has more impressions of the Galaxy S9+ although we question the carrier pricing. Kevin bought a Pixelbook Pen, plus we cover the MWC news from Asus and talk about Vivo’s pop-up selfie camera.
Hands on with the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, MWC news, Matt is wondering if he should keep his new green Essential Phone and Kevin is finally moving on from the iPad Pro 12.9 thanks to the Pixelbook and Android apps.
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RunKeeper is now better on the Apple Watch and we explain how to create long exposure photos on the iPhone. Matt’s Pixelbook gets some Android features, the Essential Phone camera is updated (but the handset won’t see Android 8.0) and Kevin is old school gaming with the Nintendo Switch.
There’s some audio focus to this week’s show as we discuss the Apple HomePod and augmented hearing wireless earbuds. Matt also got a Pixel 2 in Kinda Blue and we’re already hearing about the Samsung Galaxy S9 / S9+.
Matt and Kevin are back from CES 2018 with thoughts on what they did (and didn’t see) at the big show. It was all about adding smarts to more devices although there were some traditional gadgets to see as well.
Here’s our early thoughts, preparations and gear that’s going to CES 2018, along with some early product announcements from the show already.
Join us for the good, bad and ugly of mobile tech in 2017 along with some new purchases and some commentary on Apple’s choice to slow down iPhones with older batteries.