The $349 smart speaker is delayed until 2018. Plus, we talk about the new Google Pixel Buds.
The iPhone X has its share of bugs and issues at launch, the 2018 iPad Pro will be getting a whole lot more speed, and your 10-year-old son might be able to unlock your iPhone's Face ID.
We chat about Pixar's first virtual-reality experience called "Coco VR," while Nintendo fave "Duck Hunt" adds VR too.
We chat about people trying to curb their screen use, as well as expectations for the new "Justice League" movie.
A security company says it was able to trick Face ID. Also: a worthy alternative to Samsung's Galaxy S8, and Firefox's big new upgrade.
The company's vision of tomorrow's cruise ship is loaded with tech. We also check out Lego racing in VR and discuss China's Singles' Day.
The iOS “i ” has been fixed, the 2018 iPad will bring Face ID and Animoji karaoke is a thing
Andrew and Paul discuss whether the Google Pixel 2 XL really has a better camera than the Apple iPhone X. is there a big difference between the two phones? Paul rants about the Microsoft Xbox One X not having an SSD. Why doesn't the Xbox One X come with an SSD? And Paul touches on some of the new features in the latest Redstone 4 build.
Facebook wants your nude photos to fight revenge porn, Yahoo and Equifax go before Congress, and AT&T and Time Warner's deal is in jeopardy.
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Apple may be betting big on augmented reality, Twitter gives us some room to breathe and Snap is in all kinds of trouble.
We preview the upcoming Amazon Key service and talk about BlackBerry's woes.
Renault has developed technology that enables self-driving cars to avoid obstacles in emergency situations at up to the same speeds as professional test drivers.
Andrew Hoyle and Katie Collins discuss the busy iPhone X launch, how restaurants are bringing science to the dinner table and why a supersonic car going slowly is still cool.
iPhone X: It's all about Face ID and taking away the Home button (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 108)
Scott Stein joins the show for the two biggest changes worth talking about on the iPhone X: Face ID and the loss of the Home button.
Ingrid London catches up with Arbe Robotics CEO Kobi Marenko to chat about the company's pivot from autonomous drones to autonomous cars.
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Andrew and Paul discuss Microsoft in the mobile market and a rumored Folio device. What is Microsoft's direction in the mobile market? Andrew talks about his upgrading nightmare on his MacBook.
On today's podcast, we talk about Russian trolls influencing the US presidential election, Google's complicated Pixel 2 XL warranty and smart dining.
Facebook, Google and Twitter are testifying before Congress on Tuesday. We break it down. Also, the latest in the Apple-Qualcomm legal fight.
We discuss how Russia's propaganda campaign worked online, Jeff Bezos' billions and Nintendo earnings.
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Stream the darker side of television and movies in preparation for Halloween.
Brian tells us his secrets for scoring an iPhone X on launch day. Bloomberg says Apple reduced the quality of its face recognition system in order to get more iPhones out in time. Plus, Apple is getting sued over the Animoji trademark.
Paul Thurrott gives his first impressions from unboxing Microsoft's new Xbox One X game console. Andrew and Paul also discuss whether Microsoft and Sony are updating game consoles too quickly. Will Sony launch a new console that one ups Microsoft's Xbox One X? Andrew also get's Paul's thoughts on the Surface Book 2.
We dive into the new Google phone's screen woes, Twitter banning Russia Today and Sputnik ads and Amazon's earnings preview.
We talk about the struggles Apple has had making iPhone X units, Amazon's new Key service and Verizon Wireless giving you 4K video streams.
We talk with special guest David Katzmaier about the best streaming options, and explain the beef between Kaspersky and the US government.
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We talk about Netflix's tricks to get you to click play, T-Mobile's earnings and pending Sprint merger, and robots and retailers.
Nate Lanxon joins Andy to discuss the Huawei Mate 10 Pro, the 4K Apple TV and why Nate filmed his wedding in VR.
Andrew and Paul discuss Windows on Arm, specifically the battery life we might see from Windows on Arm devices. Andrew and Paul also talk about the Windows 10 Fall Creators update, rumors of Andromeda OS on a Surface Phone, and lingering questions about the sales of Apple's iPhone 8. Is the iPhone 8 Apple's least selling iPhone?
Tim Cook responds to a customer about the future of the Mac Mini, and the latest iPhone X updates.