Google's bluetooth earbud answer to Apple's AirPods are cute, compact and $159.00. How do they stack up to Apple's product? Not well, reports USA TODAY's Jefferson Graham and Edward C. Baig, who explain why on #TalkingTech.
Can you believe that the Candy Crush game is already 5 years old? Some 2.7 billion downloads later, Riccardo Zacconi, the CEO of King Digital, which publishes the game, calls #TalkingTech to chat about the amazing success of the mobile game.
Jeff and Sam break down the Boston Celtics, Golden State Warriors, Cleveland Cavaliers, the three best teams in the NBA so far and much more. Then Jeff sits down with NBA Hall of Fame legend Bernard King to discuss his new book, his career, some disturbing revelations from his childhood, some racial issues he faced when he was a star at the University of Tennessee and the current state of the NBA. He discusses, as one of the greatest midrange shooters of all time, how would he fit into...
USA TODAY Sports columnist Dan Wolken and college football reporter George Schroeder recap the Week 11 games, taking stock of Miami's blowout win over Notre Dame, Auburn getting back in the playoff mix with a win over Georgia, Alabama's issues, Oklahoma taking command of the Big 12 and a coaching change at Tennessee
USA TODAY Sports columnist Dan Wolken and college sports reporter Paul Myerberg discuss Gary Patterson's comments about jobs he once interviewed for, why the Heisman race has fallen flat this year and big matchups this weekend including Notre Dame at Miami, Georgia at Auburn and TCU at Oklahoma.
On this week's NBA A to Z pod, Insiders Sam Amick and Jeff Zillgitt are joined by our power rankings guru, AJ Neuharth-Keusch, to break down the wild start to this season. Sam also talks with Houston's Chris Paul about his delayed start with the Rockets due to knee injury, and NBA G League president Malcolm Turner about the NBA's minor league season that comes with many changes
Plus, Jimmy Fallon cancels a week of shows following his mother's death, impeachment is planned for Clemson University's student vice president after a Pledge of Allegiance protest, Elton John will receive an honor for his work against AIDS and Wall Street analysts downplay the potential market impact of a Saudi prince's arrest. (Photo: Pool photo by Franck Robichon)
USA TODAY Sports columnist Dan Wolken and college sports reporter Lindsay Schnell recap the wild weekend of college football, headlined by the Big Ten's perilous playoff position, the Big 12's resurgence and Alabama's sudden injury issues after beating LSU.
Plus, the New York City Marathon goes on after a deadly terror attack in the city, clocks go back an hour on Sunday, it's a busy college football weekend and rumors of a nationwide blackout are a hoax. (Photo: Jung Yeon-Je, AFP/Getty Images)
The crew breaks down the latest chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Is this the Thor/Hulk buddy film of our dreams? Is Hela the best Marvel movie villain ever? How confused will we get over Infinity Stones? Plus, in the Nerd Alert, we discuss whether Adam Driver just dropped a big spoiler about Star Wars: The Last Jedi. Photo Credit: AP
Plus, a report will show how climate change is affecting Americans, Apple's iPhone X hits stores, Sgt. Bergdahl could learn his sentence and the Astros celebrate their World Series win with a parade. (Photo: USA TODAY)
USA TODAY Sports columnist welcomes Bo Bounds from the Out of Bounds show on 105.9 FM in Jackson, Miss., to talk about Dan Mullen's possible options, whether Mississippi State can keep him and what kind of job it is. They also talk about Alabama's potential issues and other situations in the SEC. Then, Allen Kenny from the Blatant Homerism blog and podcast comes on to discuss Oklahoma and the Bedlam rivalry with Oklahoma State.