Pocketnow Weekly 210: All your Moto Z questions answered, and Encryption "Responsibility"

Fri Jul 22 2016 (01:37:51)

We're going to tackle ALL of your questions about the Moto Z, the Moto Z Force, and Moto Mods! Plus, we'll chat about mobile use in the military, Google's potential VR strategy, and what responsibility do companies have to provide access to encrypted devices? Make sure you're charged and ready for episode 210 of the Pocketnow Weekly!

Watch the live video broadcast at 2:00pm Eastern on July 21st (click here for your local time), or check out the high-quality audio version right here. And don't forget to shoot your listener mail to podcast [AT] pocketnow [DOT] com for a shot at getting your question read aloud on the air!

Pocketnow Weekly 210


Recording Date

July 21, 2016


Juan Bagnell


Jules Wang


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The Rundown


4:18 HP Elite x3 in 47 countries soon and in Sweden sooner

13:32 iPhones ahoy and iPhones away

19:29 Who's upgrading to the iPhone 7? Everyone and no one.

29:31 Skype tossing Windows Phone to the wind

34:48 Does Google Daydream of some other VR sheep?

40:09 Does the army go shopping at all?


Gadgets in Hand


Everything you've always wanted to know about the Moto Z and Moto Z Force, but were afraid to ask!

Moto Z vs Galaxy S7
Moto Z vs LG G5
Moto Mods Review
Moto Z vs Moto Z Force - Real Camera Review
Verizon pre-orders and Best Buy discounts!



BlackBerry's CEO goes after Apple in protecting its encryption against the FBI as investigations into the perpetrators of the San Bernardino mass shooting last year went on, citing decent corporate "civil responsibility".

More of your listener mail next week!