Episode 177

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

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[Episode 177, 36 minutes and 10 seconds, 26.1 MB]

Episode 177

Episode 176

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

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[Episode 176, 32 minutes and 11 seconds, 23.2 MB]

Episode 176

Episode 175

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This week on The Voicemail, James and Stefan discuss:

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[Episode 175, 38 minutes and 34 seconds, 27.8 MB]

Episode 175

Episode 174

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This week on The Voicemail, James and Stefan discuss:

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[Episode 174, 38 minutes and 34 seconds, 27.8 MB]

Episode 174

Episode 173

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

  • Recommended reading: Nokia’s future
  • Vine/Twitter up the video limit to 140 (get it?) seconds
  • WSJ says what we already know: Next iPhones will have few changes
  • Motorola’s head of design (pictured above) is out, he’s becoming a professor
  • Huawei is working on a new version of EMUI for Western markets; also its own OS
  • People are making 100 million calls—every day—using WhatsApp
  • YouTube’s response to Periscope and Facebook Live? Add live video to YouTube.
  • First Nexus for this year leaks (not really, just the specs)
  • Evleaks confirms the next Note isn’t the Note 6, but the Note 7
  • Case maker Incipio is buying headphone maker Skullcandy for $177 million

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[Episode 173, 43 minutes and 25 seconds, 31.2 MB]

Episode 173

Episode 172

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

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[Episode 172, 34 minutes and 52 seconds, 25.1 MB]

Episode 172

Episode 171

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

  • A new ARM CPU and GPU that’s coming to  phones this year
    • “ARM publishes that the A73 uses at least 20% less power than the A72 at the same process and frequency.”
    • “ARM states that we’ll be seeing SoCs and actual consumer devices with A73 by the end of the year.”
  • ASUS announces three new phones
  • Sony gets a clue, announces its new phones will be sold in the US
  • Xiamoi and Microsoft make a deal; phones to come with Office and Skype, patents sold
  • OnePlus kisses invite system good bye; OP3 launches June 14
  • Nest has a new CEO, Tony is out
  • Samsung announced a new Gear Fit and some truly wireless earbuds
  • More people use Snapchat every day now than Twitter
  • Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S7 Active, but it’s US only, at least for now
  • Twitter for Android got redesigned, Snapchat for everything got redesigned too
  • Google Motion Stills turns those (useless) Live Photos on your iPhone into smooth GIFs
  • All the news from Lenovo Tech World
  • Apple’s App Store introduces subscriptions. Developers with a relationship longer than one year will see the 70%/30% split change to 85%/15%. Ads also coming to App Store.
    • Google to adopt same 85/15 split for subs, but no clue when
  • Rumor: iMessage for Android to launch at WWDC
  • Amazon will launch a Spotify clone this summer or fall

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[Episode 171, 47 minutes and 41 seconds, 34.3 MB]

Episode 171