Matt has his Apple Watch 4 but still waits on his iPhone XS Max while Kevin tries to get DIGITS going on two phones and a watch. We recap all of the new Amazon Echo devices and the latest Chromebook news, including a first look at the Nocturne Chrome tablet.
A recap of the three new Apple iPhones and Apple Watch 4, plus information about the e Foundation: A privacy-centric mobile platform based on Android but without Google apps and services.
Matt spends another week with his Galaxy Watch and we recap all of the latest phones and Chromebooks from IFA 2018. Plus, some thoughts on the latest devices leaks from Apple and Google.
Lots of money spent this week as Matt is ordering a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 while using a loaner Galaxy Watch. Kevin bought a new Surface Pro even though he still loves Chromebooks. And Fortnite already gets burned by not going through the Google Play Store.
First impressions of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, thoughts on the new Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Home. Plus some Android vulnerabilities on phones right out of the box and Android Pie is here.
Matt re-tests the HTC U12+ after an update while Kevin left Project Fi (but kept his custom GV number) and is enjoying the Nokia 7 Plus. Thoughts on the Moto Z3, Surface Go and the Galaxy Note 9 plus some new Chromebook features to try.
Lots of gadget money spent this week as Kevin bought a Nokia 7 Plus and Lenovo Smart Display while Matt now has a Garmin Fenix 5 Plus for his wrist. Plus some Pixelbook 2 thoughts and news on the DeX experience for Samsung’s Note 9.
Kevin has impressions of the HP Chromebook X2 (and a BB Key2) plus thoughts on the iOS 12 beta, smarter Shortcuts, HTC’s shortage of phone sales, and talk of the Microsoft Andromeda device still being light years away from release.
Matt has the new Garmin and Kevin is using the new Acer Chromebook Tab 10, plus thoughts on the Blackberry Key2 and Microsoft’s pocketable “Andromeda” device.
Final verdict on the HTC U12+, a new BlackBerry Key2 and Moto Z3 Play, plus discussion of always on PCs and Qualcomm chips, plus Project Fi and Android Messages support coming to Chromebooks.