On this week’s episode of The Voicemail, James and Stefan discuss:
- Samsung makes largest acquisition ever: $8 billion for Harmon
- It also bought a tiny Canadian company that does telecoms stuff (RCS)
- Google gave Google Play Music (the Spotify clone) a total makeover
- Super Mario Run has a date and price: $10 December 15
- WhatsApp now has video calls
- Apple is working on a Google Glass-like product
- Apple launched a repair program for iPhone 6s owners experiencing unexpected shutdowns (like Stefan, who will eventually do this, it’s not a massive issue)
- Google is going to open a new HQ in the UK and hire 3,000 people
- Google launched a photo scanning app
- Here’s a video demo
- OnePlus launched an updated version of the OnePlus 3
- Here’s the Android Police review
- Germany may decide that Facebook should be treated like a media company
- Firefox launched an iOS browser that stores zero information and blocks ads
- Qualcomm has a new flagship chip, Samsung is building it, called the Snapdragon 835
- Twitter launched QR codes, because … reasons?
- Instagram now has live video, and it automatically deletes itself
- Good Read: The story behind how Snapchat Spectacles came to be
- Microsoft finally brings Solitaire to Android and iOS
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2 thoughts on “Episode 184”
I was hoping to hear James spit hot fire about the Investigatory Powers Bill. Alas I was left disappointed. Still, there’s always 2017.
I would like to know your Mac Book Pro thoughts on the next podcast. At minimum, are you happy with your purchase?