Apple announces future announcements and we’ll speculate as to what they will be. We’ll have a live Google Home Hub vs Amazon Echo Show comparison, including a whispering Alexa. Facebook makes another creepy device. Also, a flying car will go on sale, and a robotic dog will live with Kim for 7 days.
On today’s episode: We have the new Google Pixel 3 on-hand for a review and questions. Samsung releases a phone with 4 cameras. Smart Home Hubs abound, with Google Home’s update, the Echo Plus and Echo Dot, and even the Facebook Portal.
Today we’ll have a live, hands on review of the iPhone XS Max and the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Which is better? You decide! The Google Pixel 3 is set to be announced next week at Google’s October event, we’ll preview that and everything to expect from it. Also, Fitbit data was used as evidence in a murder case, and a company called ChameleonMask wants to be your telepresence solution.
Today’s podcast cast includes: Juan Garcia, Caleb Denison, and Greg Nibler.
Google has turned 20 years old, providing some interesting insight into searches, and a Google Stand image may have been leaked. Elon Musk is getting sued by the SEC; what does this mean for the future of SpaceX, Tesla, and The Boring Company? Amazon opens up yet another brick and mortar, with the Amazon 4-star store. A Robot Survey was conducted with surprising results, and Alaska Air tests out VR in first class.
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Amazon dropped 12 new hardware devices today, incorporating Alexa in different ways. New products include updates to current Echo devices, and the addition of the new Echo Input, Sub, Link and Link Amp. Plus a smart plug and even...a microwave. Amazon may also be opening 3000 cashier-free stores by 2021, and Elon Musk's SpaceX announces it's first moon trip passenger.
Today's podcast cast includes: Catherine Van, Adrien Warner, Caleb Denison, and Greg Nibler.
The big Apple Event is a week away and we have the latest on the potential iPhone XS Plus/Max, and the iPhone 9. Samsung confirms a foldable phone, and a Galaxy X. Caleb relays the trends from IFA including 8k, robots and AI in everything. The ramifications of Net Neutrality ending are now being seen. Xbox unveils a grease-proof controller.
8k televisions are now reality, with new consoles being announced at IFA from Samsung and LG. But….who are they for? Is there 8k content? How much will they be? Also from IFA, new wireless headphones from Sennheiser and Jabra. Apple rumors abound about a new iPhone XS, Apple Watch 4 and more. Plus, if Waterwold happens, we may breathe with the Amphibio.
The new DJI Mavic 2 Pro drones are out and we have all the details on the upgrades! Plus Google Pixel 3 leaks, and new Apple iPhone SE rumors. Mercedes-Benz wants to change the way you drive, with a new LED Headlight display system that projects messages. Also, Robot Pets have been around for a while, but the new Aibo is taking it to the next level with AI.
Would you rather own a Samsung Galaxy Note 9, or an Apple iPhone X? We have a hands on look at Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 and what makes it different than other phones. Would you rather have an OLED, or MicroLED television? Caleb Denison will tell you what the differences are. Plus, Apple gets hacked by an Australian teen, and a robot may be the star of a new movie.
On today’s episode: Samsung Unpacked presented some of the latest products from the company. We’ll cover the best features of the Galaxy Note 9, including the water carbon cooling system designed for gamers. Can the Galaxy Home with Bixby, take over Google Home and Amazon’s Alexa? Plus a new Galaxy Watch appears to be the refresh of the Gear series.
Today’s podcast cast includes: Caleb Denison, Parker Hall, and Greg Nibler
Microsoft’s Surface Go is the company’s most recent addition to the Surface line and at $400 it may be a great value. We’ll give a hands on review. Apple becomes the world’s first $1 trillion company, Facebook’s security chief quits, you can soon play Atari in a Tesla, an AI has been created to write sonnets and a new home assistant will “cheers” you when you walk in the door.
Today’s podcast cast includes: Juliana Jara, Hanif Jackson, Luke Larsen, and Greg Nibler.
On today's episode: An unbreakable OLED screen could truly be a game changer, if everything announced from [internal-link post_id="1411833"]Samsung[/internal-link] is correct. Would you be willing to pay a higher price for a screen that never cracks? The [internal-link post_id="1298287"]Lenovo Smart Display[/internal-link] is the first foray for Google Home into a smart assistant with a video screen. A revolutionary 3D holographic display device called [internal-link...
Samsung’s elusive ‘foldable’ phone, may finally be coming to fruition, if recent rumors hold up. With up to 3 OLED displays, will you be purchasing the possible Galaxy X? Google is facing a $5.1 billion fine from the EU and we’ll discuss how that could effect you. Flying cars are getting a new push from Aston Martin, and Terrefugia‘s may be for sale next year. Virtual Reality is also upping the horror game with one that will incorporate a biometric heart monitor.
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On today’s episode: Apple Music is currently beating out Spotify when it comes to paid streaming music services. We’ll discuss why that is and what the future holds for streaming services. Google Home and Amazon Echo devices are far outpacing the Apple HomePod in the smart speaker category. Google Duplex AImay be talking to you soon. The new Cheetah robot from Boston Dynamics is once again awe-inspiring and terrifying. We also have a giveaway for a Dell Inspiron 13 5000 2-in-1...
The new Amazon Echo Look is part home-assistant and part style coordinator. Do you want it to tell you what to wear? Amazon is opening up a second Amazon Go store, with several more in the works. Samsung Galaxy X phone rumors are heating up around a potential foldable phone. The CanguRo robot is a buddy you can ride to work. We’ll also tell you how to win an iPhone X and rep your soccer team with Speck Presidio World Grip cases AND a giveaway for a Furbo treat-tossing dog camera!
Rumors are flying that Apple may be creating a bundled subscription service, with original video content, streaming music, and news all in one. Would you subscribe to it? E-Sports are being considered for a future Olympics. Do you think it should happen and which games should be included? Also, robots are taking over! Pepper the robot is in NYC, helping out at an HSBC Bank. We’ll also tell you how to win an iPhone X and rep your soccer team with Speck Presidio World Grip cases!
On today’s episode: The Amazon Fire TV Cube may be the entertainment center we’ve all been waiting for. Digital Trends gave it the highest rating possible and we’ll discuss why. Also, Alexa just said something scary, Google Assistant gets an upgrade with Continued Conversation, a German drone taxi, and high tech Mosquito repellent.
We also have a great giveaway today, for the same HP Omen gaming setup that was used during the 2018 Fortnite Pro-Am at CES! Follow the link to enter to...
Should Apple allow law enforcement access to iPhones? An upcoming iPhone software update promises to deter that from happening. Also, what will the AT&T/Time Warner merger mean for you? World Cup starts today and we’ll discuss the stadium tech, the NFC chip-enabled ball, how to watch in VR, and more. Also, a HoloLens development may let you watch holographic sports.
Today’s podcast cast includes:Juan Garcia, Juliana Jara, Rick Stella, and Greg Nibler.
With Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) almost over, we'll discuss some of the highs and lows from Cupertino's big event. Editor-in-Chief of DT, Jeremy Kaplan, was there in person. iOS12, AR, AirPod advancements, the lack of Smart Home upgrades and more are all on the docket. Plus the Amazon Fire TV Cube and Hanif gives us a preview of E3.
Today's podcast cast includes: Jeremy Kaplan, Hanif Jackson, Caleb Denison, and Greg Nibler.
On today’s episode: Future technology is our focus, with special guest Trond Wueller of Google Inc., discussing the future of computing. Imagine being able to seamlessly switch from one device to another, using one responsive, unified operating system. He’ll tell us about their efforts to accomplish just that. Also, we’ll cover robot restaurants, ‘smell-o-vision’ phones, and living on the Moon.
Today’s podcast cast includes: Trond Wueller of Google Inc., Luke Larsen, Caleb Denison, and Greg...