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.
Matt has the OnePlus 6 and Unihertz Atom in hand, so he shares his thoughts on both. We also discuss what to expect at WWDC this week and chat about a great Pixelbook deal, plus new features coming to Chromebooks.
Hands on with the HTC U12+, Alcatel 3V, Google Lens, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab Active 2: Yes, there are still Android tablets being made!
The OnePlus 6 has launched and the price is compelling for what you get. Matt also takes the Coros PACE GPS watch for some running and cycling activities, we share thoughts on a possible $400 Surface tablet, the RED Hydrogen One and upcoming HTC phone.
Matt and Kevin discuss all of the developments from Microsoft BUILD as well as Google I/O. Plus Kevin bought something and makes Matt guess what it is.
Matt shares his experiences at the LG G7 ThinQ launch event while Kevin finds more details about Linux app support on Chromebooks with Project Crostini.
Kevin is securely running Linux apps on a Chromebook using Project Crostini and Matt is writing about wearable for Mobile Nations. We chat about Google Chat & RCS, the first Android Go phone in the US, ZTE getting shut out of the US and more.
Matt gets his first look at the Huawei P20 and P20 Pro while Kevin is stoked to see the first Chromebook detachable: the HP Chromebook x2. Some disappointing news about Android updates, Sony XZ pricing, and a new $200 GPS watch.
Kevin is stoked to see the Acer Chromebook Tab 10 while Matt has a Huawei P20 Pro on the way. We try to figure out the new Google Voice strategy, get some insights on using the new $329 iPad and discuss a clever design method that eliminates the notch on a full screen phone.
Matt’s on the fence about keeping his new Galaxy S9+, Kevin is selling his Pixel C, which like the OnePlus 5T is becoming a collectors item. Plus updates on our Pixelbook usage, Huawei losing Best Buy as a retailer, and that new Planet Gemini PDA, which evokes memories of our Win CE days.