Episode 185

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This isn’t the last episode of The Voicemail, but it’ll be the last one you’ll hear for a while. In it, James and Stefan discuss what’s been happening in their respective lives since the last time they recorded, what news items caught there eyes during the show’s brief hiatus, and what they’re looking forward to in 2017.

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[Episode 185, 46 minutes and 47 seconds, 33.6 MB]

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Episode 185

Episode 184

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On this week’s episode of The Voicemail, James and Stefan discuss:

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[Episode 184, 34 minutes and 08 seconds, 24.6 MB]

Episode 184

Episode 183

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On this week’s episode of The Voicemail, James and Stefan discuss:

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[Episode 183, 33 minutes and 40 seconds, 24.2 MB]

Episode 183

Episode 182

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On this week’s episode of The Voicemail, James and Stefan discuss:

  • Weird: Razer, the company that makes those seizure inducing gaming keyboards, purchased the THX certification company, which apparently has only 50 employees
  • Qualcomm announces new mid-range chips, with notable features being support for 8 GB of RAM and dual camera system, as well as new Quick Charge technology
  • The Chinese iOS App Store finally generates more revenue than any other region
  • Nintendo did a thing … can you explain this to me, James?
  • Huawei to unveil a Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on November 3rd
  • The Mi Note 2 is the Samsung Galaxy Note 7
  • Holy Shit, the Mi Mix (here’s an actual hands-on video)
  • Fun Fact: WIRED journalist says the Pixel went from idea to launch in nine months (podcast link)
  • Samsung to give South Korean Note 7 buyers a 50% off coupon they can use on either the Galaxy S8 or the Galaxy Note 8
  • Samsung announced a $350 tablet that has a stylus
  • Google unveiled a $6,000 55 inch 4K TV with a touch screen for businesses
  • Off Topic: The New York Times purchased The Wirecutter for $30 million
  • Microsoft unveiled a $3,000 touch-screen iMac
    • Highly recommended video: Microsoft’s event in 9 minutes
  • Apple’s fancy pants headphones are delayed, no one knows when they’ll ship
  • On the day of Apple’s event, Twitter announces it’s killing Vine and firing 350 people
    • What went wrong with Vine, by James
    • Stefan Side Note: I can’t sit through a 90 minute press conference anymore. Can’t even do a 60 minute press conference. Fuck me, I can’t even watch The Verge’s 10 minute super cut without wanting to slit my wrists. Am I dead inside?
  • Samsung’s phones may be exploding, but LG Mobile just had their worst quarter ever
  • Facebook now lets you target ads based on people’s race … ughhhhhh
  • Bonus: The photo that made Vlad Savov say the Pixel is better than the iPhone

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[Episode 182, 33 minutes and 43 seconds, 24.3 MB]

Episode 182

Episode 181

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On this week’s Extended Edition of The Voicemail, James and Stefan discuss:

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[Episode 181, 61 minutes and 37 seconds, 44.4 MB]

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Episode 180

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On this week’s episode of The Voicemail, James and Stefan discuss:

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[Episode 180, 36 minutes and 33 seconds, 26.3 MB]

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Episode 179

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On this week’s episode of The Voicemail, James and Stefan discuss:

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[Episode 179, 37 minutes and 09 seconds, 26.7 MB]

Episode 179