In their second edition of 2015 Stefan and James are joyous in their mutual love of all things related to Q4 financial earnings.
Also covered this week:
- James doesn’t have a new phone
- Stefan doesn’t have his mic
- James doesn’t have his iPad
- Stefan doesn’t care about Nokia
Jokes aside, our heroes talk nicely about Microsoft (Hololens – Yes!) and answer an epic bunch of reader questions.
So why not turn on, tune in, and geek out to your latest and biggest Voicemail episode of 2015 right now.
[Episode 122, 53 minutes, 38 seconds, 49.09 MB]
PS. The guys are still experimenting with the new format, so any feedback you could give them in the comments below would be hugely appreciated. Much love.
Stefan and James return triumphantly for 2015 and, for their first show in nearly three months, they have a LOT to catch up on.
In this episode you will find:
- EVERYTHING FROM 2014
- ALL OF THE 2015 PREDICTIONS
- Stefan got a new phone
- James did not get a new phone (but knows which one he wants)
Also covered: the future of The Voicemail in 2015.
As it’s been a while since the last podcast, the team would love to hear your feedback. A five star rating on iTunes is always welcome of course, but your comments and general words of love help validate The Voicemail’s existence; so some of those would be great.
[Episode 121, 39 minutes, 49 seconds, 36.45 MB]
On this week’s episode of The Voicemail—the last episode of 2014—James and Stefan discuss: Android 5.0, the Nexus 6, Nexus 9, and Nexus Player, Apple’s press conference tomorrow, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4, Skype Qik, and a whole bunch of other stuff.
As usual, feedback is appreciated, especially since the podcast is going on a small break. Leaving a comment here or on Twitter is great, but an iTunes review would be even better. The more votes, the higher the show is ranked. The higher it’s ranked, the likelier it’ll be discovered by new listeners.
[Episode 120, 58 minutes, 19 seconds, 53.4 MB]
On this week’s episode of The Voicemail, James and Stefan discuss: Apple’s upcoming event on October 16th, HTC’s new Desire EYE and RE “action camera”, Google reminding you to pay your bills, Nokia Maps on Android, Samsung’s dire financial situation, Facebook/WhatsApp, Android L, phone/laptop insurance, and how big is too big when it comes to smartphones?
Oh and James’ bent iPad.
As usual, feedback is appreciated, especially since next week will be the last episode for 2014. That means there isn’t much time left to leave five star iTunes ratings!
[Episode 119, 37 minutes, 11 seconds, 34.1 MB]
This week, James and Stefan discuss: Windows 10 and what Microsoft needs to do to get them to switch from their Macs, Pebble dropping the price of their smart watches, rumors of new iPads for both late 2014 and early 2015, the Nexus 6, Ello, and which phone should an Android tinkerer purchase?
As always, feedback is welcome, whether it be a comment below or an @ reply on Twitter. The best sort of feedback, however, is a rating on iTunes. The more ratings, the higher the show moves up in the rankings. The higher it’s up in the rankings, the more virtual cake gets sent to James’ and Stefan’s respective homes.
[Episode 118, 30 minutes, 36 seconds, 28.1 MB]
On this week’s episode of The Voicemail, James and Stefan discuss: The bendy iPhone, the no reception iPhone, the 10 million iPhones that were sold in just 72 hours, Samsung’s mobile division performing poorly, Microsoft’s Apple TV and Chromecast competitor, Talko, Ello, Sony, and choo choo trains.
As usual, feedback is appreciated, whether it be a comment below or an @ reply on Twitter. The best kind of feedback, however, is an iTunes review. That helps bump up the show’s ranking on iTunes.
[Episode 117, 26 minutes, 27 seconds, 24.2 MB]
This week, James and Stefan discuss: SwiftKey finally coming to iOS thanks to iOS 8 enabling third party keyboards, Bono hacking into everyone’s iTunes accounts, Panasonic unveiling the best Android camera phone ever to exist, Android One and why it’s important in emerging markets, and mobile payments.
As always, feedback is appreciated, whether that be or a tweet or a comment below. The best sort of feedback, however, is an iTunes review. Giving The Voicemail an iTunes review helps the program move up in the rankings, meaning more people will discover the podcast.
[Episode 116, 37 minutes, 37 seconds, 34.5 MB]