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Andrew and Paul discuss the many new technologies being introduced to the world everyday.

Andrew and Paul discuss the many new technologies being introduced to the world everyday.
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Andrew and Paul discuss the many new technologies being introduced to the world everyday.




What The Tech Ep. 415 - Google Pixel 3 In, Google Plus Out

Google announces the Pixel 3 along with the Google Home Hub, and Pixel Slate. Is the Pixel 3 exactly as rumored? Andrew and John also discuss the other product announces by Google, and Google's decision to shut down Google plus. Will Google try do create a new social product in the wake of Google Plus?


What The Tech Ep. 414 - 4x The Mystery

Andrew and Paul discuss the improvements to the camera on the iPhone XS and X Max. Paul ponders what Samsung will unveil at their "4x the fun" event next month. Is their event name in reference to a phone with 4 cameras? Paul also gives his thoughts on the Google Pixel 3 possibly having a notch and Verizon and T-Mobile launching 5G. Is in home wireless internet about to be a thing?


What The Tech Ep. 413 - The Smart Future

Samsung invites the media to their Galaxy event next month. Will Samsung announce their long rumored foldable phone? Amazon announced a slew of new Echo devices including a smart plug, Fire TV Recast, and Echo Auto. Andrew and John discuss the new devices. The two also discuss Verizon launching a new 5G plan and what the future of smartphones might look like.


What The Tech Ep. 412 - Apple Launches iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR

Andrew and Paul discuss Apple's announcement of the new iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. What the difference between all the new models? Microsoft will hold an event in October. What new products will they announce? And Andrew and Paul ponder on a conspiracy theory surrounding the new Google Pixel. Could the new Pixel actually be notchless?


What The Tech Ep. 411 - 20 Years of Google

Google celebrates it's 20th anniversary. Andrew and Paul reflect on all Google has changed and what the world might look like if Google never existed. Apple will hold it's annual iPhone event on September 12. The guys run through some of what is expected to be announced including a larger iPhone X. And XBox will get Alexa integration. Has Cortana failed?


What The Tech Ep. 410 - A Cortana Powered Thermostat

Microsoft launches a Cortana powered thermostat. Is it better than the Nest thermostat? Andrew and Paul discuss Apple's losing marketshare to Chinese handset makers like Huawei. Will Huawei and other Chinese handset makers overtake Apple in marketshare? And Paul explains the feud between Google and Fortnite's Tim Sweeney.


What The Tech Ep. 409 - Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Launches

Samsung announced the new Galaxy Note 9 along with launching a new Galaxy Watch, and Bixby powered Galaxy Home smart speaker. Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss the new announcements. Paul also takes issue with Samsung claiming to be an open eco-system. And Microsoft gives a reprieve to Skype Classic, will no longer kill it beginning in September.


What The Tech Ep. 408 - Apple Debuts 2018 Macbook Pro

Apple announces its 2018 Macbook Pro line up. What's new with the 2018 Macbook Pro and did Apple fix the issues with the keyboard? Andrew and Paul also discuss the fanless laptops and Samsung's decision to sell a Bixby smart speaker. Why is Samsung selling a Bixby speaker?


What The Tech Ep. 407 - Microsoft Surface is Go

Microsoft officially announces the Surface Go. What is target market for the Surface Go and could it compete with Chromebook? Andrew and Paul also discuss what happened to the Surface Me, and how much tech kids should have access to.


What The Tech Ep. 406 - Microsoft Surface Tablet Rumors

Details of Microsoft's Surface Tablet leak. Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott discuss the the details and the logic behind using Intel Pentium processors in the device. New concept images of Microsoft's foldable Andromeda device also leak out. Does a foldable device make sense for anybody? And Andrew explains how his Macbook keeps shocking him.


What The Tech Ep. 405 - Massive Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Leak

New info about Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 leaks out. Jon Prosser from Front Page Tech explains what Samsung is doing wrong. Jon also talks about the multiple Apple iPhone devices that are rumored to be launching later this year. Will one of them be a super low end device like the iPhone SE? Concept images of Microsoft's bendable Andromeda device has the internet buzzing. We will ever see Microsoft launch this device?


What The Tech Ep. 404 - The Holodeck Doesn't Go Far Enough

Microsoft says that VR is no longer coming to the Xbox One. Andrew and Paul discuss the current state of VR and why it doesn't make sense for Microsoft to bring VR to the Xbox One. Google launches Android Message for the Web. And Paul lists some of his most used apps and launcher for Android.


What The Tech Ep. 403 - Future of Microsoft Xbox Hardware and Services

Microsoft announced it is working on new Xbox hardware and services at the E3 gaming convention. Paul Thurrott and Andrew Zarian discuss the future of Xbox hardware and services. What features might we expect with a new Xbox? Paul also brings up several issues plaguing the latest major feature update of Windows 10. Should Microsoft slow the rollout of the latest Windows 10 update?


What The Tech Ep. 402 - Apple WWDC 2018 Round Up

Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott round up and discuss Apple's WWDC 2018 announcements. Apple says iOS 12 will increase performance, FaceTime group calling, Memoji, and the next Mac OS will be named Mojave featuring a new dark mode. Paul also touches on the new AR features. Is AR ever going to catch on? Plus Apple says iOS apps are coming to the app store in 2019.


What The Tech Ep. 401 - The Perfect Phone

Andrew Zarian asks Paul Thurrott to design his perfect phone. What would make the perfect phone? Andrew and Paul also discuss some of their gripes with Andoid and iOS that they would like to change. Apple's annual WWDC is just mere weeks away. what could we see from WWDC in 2018?


What The Tech Ep. 400 - Playstation 4 Final Phase & Android Gripes

Jon Prosser from Front Page Tech fills in for Paul Thurrott this episode. Sony announces the Playstation 4 is entering it's final phase. What does this mean for the next generation of the Playstation? Jon gives his thoughts on what the best Android phone is on the market. Andrew and Jon also discuss some of their current issues with Android. And the pair go on a rant about social media.


What The Tech Ep. 399 - Google Assistant Runs Your Life

Google announces a new assistant at Google I/O that makes appointments for you by phone. Is Google taking over the world? Andrew complains about how many messaging/chat apps Google has. Will Google ever get it's chat platforms in order? Paul runs down the notables from the nearly 4 hour long key note from Microsoft Build. Paul also talks about what's coming in the next major update for Windows 10 later this year.


The PC Market in 2018

This week Paul Thurrott and Andrew Zarian discuss the PC Market in 2018. How has buying changed over the past few years? Andrew and Paul also talk about Windows 10 Lean and whether the next Xbox is already being developed.


What The Tech Ep. 397 – Microsoft Delays Redstone 4 Windows 10 Update

Microsoft delays the Redstone 4 update for Windows 10. Paul Thurrott speculates as to why Microsoft delayed Redstone 4. Paul also talks about future updates and features of Windows 10. Is Windows no longer a priority for Microsoft? And Andrew and Paul discuss privacy concerns in the wake of the Facebook testifying about privacy issues over use the users data.


What The Tech Ep. 396 – What Is The Best Smartphone?

Andrew Zarian and Paul Thurrott debate what is the best smartphone on the market. Plus they follow up on their discussion of the iPhone X notch becoming of a trend a. Why is everyone copying the notch on the iPhone X? Andrew and Paul also look at the future of the tablet market. What role does the tablet play in today's market and will it every be the productivity tool that can replace the desktop?