Let’s cut to the chase: This week, James and Stefan discuss all the Apple news. Every last bit of it. Before they do that, however, they spend a few minutes ruminating on Motorola’s press conference, Microsoft’s (insignificant) new Lumias, and Huawei’s beautiful gigantic six inch phablet.
As always, any and all feedback is appreciated. Whether it be a simple @ reply on Twitter or a comment below, both are great. The best kind of comments, it must be said, are iTunes reviews. Those help The Voicemail move up in the rankings, which in turn increases the number of listeners, which in turn results in more chocolate chip cookies being left on James’ and Stefan’s respective doorsteps.
[Episode 115, 39 minutes, 16 seconds, 36.0 MB]
On this week’s episode of The Voicemail, James and Stefan discuss everything IFA. That means Samsung’s new Note 4, the Galaxy Edge (aka the Note 4 that was left in the oven for too long), the Gear Underwear VR, Sony’s Z3 family, Sony’s new lenses, Sony’s new wearables, cheap Windows tablets, and predictions for what we’ll see from Motorola and Huawei.
Note that by this time next week, the Apple iPhone 6 will be announced. For some odd reason, that little fact seemed to escape both James and Stefan, who apparently forgot how to use a calendar.
As always, feedback is appreciated. Whether it a comment below or an @ reply on Twitter, anything works, but it’s the iTunes reviews that are most preferable.
[Episode 114, 38 minutes, 49 seconds, 35.6 MB]
On this week’s episode of The Voicemail, James and Stefan discuss: Dropbox lowering their prices, Instagram Hyperlapse, everything that’s supposed to come out at IFA, Apple’s event shortly after IFA, and smart watches.
As always, feedback is appreciated. Tweets make Stefan and James feel all warm and fuzzy, comments more so, but it’s the iTunes reviews that get the blood flowing. Everyone knows iTunes is the worst app ever to be written by man, but if you have a second, please do rate the show.
[Episode 113, 38 minutes, 12 seconds, 35.0 MB]
This week on The Voicemail, James and Stefan discuss: The HTC One M8 for Windows, Sharp’s gorgeous new sci-fi phone, an upset mother writing her own Android app to make her son return her calls, Photo Sphere coming to iOS, Uber Corner Store, YouTube Music Key, Moto 360 pricing, and their favorite apps.
As always, feedback is welcome and appreciated. Whether it be a comment below or a single tweet, the show can’t get better without your say. And if you have iTunes installed on your computer, do the show a solid and leave it a review. It helps move The Voicemail up in the rankings, thus increasing discoverability.
[Episode 112, 36 minutes, 36 seconds, 33.5 MB]
On this week’s episode of The Voicemail, which is dedicated to Julien, James and Stefan discuss: Nokia offering Windows Phones to those losing their jobs, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 and Galaxy Alpha, the new USB connector we’ll soon start seeing, HTC pulling a Sega, Siri, and what the world will be talking about in 2015.
As always, feedback is appreciated, whether it be in a comment below or via Twitter. Also, iTunes is a horrible piece of software, but that shouldn’t stop you from opening it up and giving the show a (hopefully pleasant) rating. It helps a lot more than you know.
[Episode 111, 36 minutes, 14 seconds, 33.2 MB]
This week, James and Stefan tackle: Pebble’s new smartwatch options, Motorola’s Moto 360, the Timex Ironman, Evan Blass (@evleaks) leaving the internet, Google calling the cops on a paedophile in Texas, Xiaomi kicking Samsung’s teeth in, and space. Dark. Infinite. Lonely. Space.
As always, feedback is appreciated, whether it be a comment below, a Twitter reply, or better yet, an iTunes rating. No one really likes iTunes, but being ranked well on their podcast downloads chart seems to do wonders, so get on that.
[Episode 110, 35 minutes, 57 seconds, 32.9 MB]
This week’s episode of The Voicemail starts off with Stefan being subjected to a game of “guess the smartphone” by James. Once that’s over, the two discuss: Square finally announcing chip-and-pin support, Windows Phone 8.1 Update 1, Instagram Bolt, Samsung’s rumored Galaxy Alpha, Re/code’s interview of the CEO of Best Buy, and Google Cardboard.
As always, feedback is greatly appreciated, and an iTunes rating would be even better. Everyone knows iTunes is the worst piece of software ever written, yet oddly enough, where you sit on Apple’s top podcasts list does great things to your listener numbers.
[Episode 109, 38 minutes, 40 seconds, 35.4 MB]