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]
This week’s episode is packed. Starting with the news, James and Stefan discuss all the hype around wearables, the Kindle Fire Phone reviews, Apple’s financial results, Microsoft’s financial results, the new Nokia Lumia 530, Foursquare’s new app, Google’s new look for the Play Store, Motorola’s tattoos, the NVIDIA Shield, and finally the Xiaomi Mi 4.
But wait, there’s more! The two also answered listener questions: Why are U.S. operators so horrible? What’s OS X Yosemite all about? Will the iPhone 6 deliver on all the hype? Will we see Broadwell laptops this year? And what’s the last awesome app you’ve discovered?
As always, if you enjoy the program, then give it a rating on iTunes. Even if you hate iTunes, it doesn’t matter, because the more often The Voicemail is rated, the higher it moves up in the rankings.
[Episode 108, 36 minutes, 57 seconds, 33.8 MB]
Apologies for the 24 hour delay, James and Stefan were out enjoying the gorgeous weather. Meteorology report aside, this week the two discussed: Microsoft’s 18,000 job cuts, the LG G3 Beat, the HTC One M8, wearable, rollables, and BlackBerry’s last gasp for air.
As always, feedback is welcome and appreciated. If you use iTunes to consume The Voicemail, then do leave it a rating as it helps increase the show’s ranking. The higher up it is, the more people find it.
[Episode 107, 32 minutes, 13 seconds, 29.5 MB]
This week, James and Stefan talk about: Twitter for Windows Phone finally getting an update, Sony’s new “selfie” phone, Samsung getting robbed in Brazil, Samsung’s virtual reality abomination, Samsung wetting the bed, and the definition of innovation.
As always, feedback is appreciated, especially if you use iTunes. Rate the show. Do it twice, actually, just don’t tell Apple you did that.
[Episode 106, 36 minutes, 15 seconds, 33.2 MB]