Pocketnow Weekly 106: Samsung Galaxy Alpha, NFC tattoos, & a drool-worthy Moto X+1 leak
One of the nice things about hosting your own podcast is that you get to decide exactly what qualifies as "news." Not in the mood to pretend the latest wave of iPhone 6 display-glass leaks fit the description? Well, tweak the filter a little, and suddenly you've got just a small handful of concentrated "real" tech news – and a lot more room for the fun stuff.
This week's fun stuff comes in the form of our Gadgets in Hand segment –which gives you the opportunity to ask us questions about the latest devices in our review labs– and Listener Mail, which today features observations on BlackBerry's saving grace, tablet-and-smartphone juggling acts across Apple and Android, and all the tiny little ways manufacturers screw up gadget launches.
Thankfully, the news section itself isn't totally barren either. On today's lineup: some insight into the lost Microsoft tablet, a look at what could be Samsung's first metal-made Galaxy S, weird news about an NFC tattoo we're really excited to review, and a nice juicy photo dump featuring the sequel to every tech blogger's secret favorite smartphone.
If that's the kind of talk that deploys your antenna, then the Pocketnow Weekly is the podcast for you. Join us live on the air today at 2pm Eastern (click here for your own local time) for Pocketnow Weekly 106, and shoot your questions to podcast [AT] pocketnow [DOT] com if you just can't bear to wait for the Q&A. See you then!
Pocketnow Weekly 106
July 25, 2014
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Gadgets in Hand
You've got questions; we've got gadgets. On this week's installment, we take your queries concerning the Amazon Fire Phone, HTC One E8, and Martian Notifier smartwatch. If you're watching the podcast live at 2pm Eastern, use the Q&A feature in Google Hangouts to submit your burning questions, and we'll do our best to answer them live on the air!
E-mailed submissions from Sahen Rai, Matt Lawrence, and Paul R.
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Thanks for tuning in! See you next week!