Photo credit: Samsung.com
This week, I've got my old podcast partners Jonathan Feist and Joe Hindy together to chat about the Samsung Unpacked event that happened this week. Samsung shows up the Note 20, the Note 20 Ultra, the Galaxy Watch 3, the Galaxy Buds Live, the Tab S7 and the Galaxy Z Fold 2. It was a packed unpacked event, and very cringe-worthy, so we're breaking it all down for you!
Google announced the Pixel 4a, Pixel 4a 5G, and the Pixel 5 all at the same time, but only one of them went on sale.
Samsung put on one of the cringiest events in the Covid 19 era to introduce the Galaxy Z Fold, Note 20 and more.
Trump wants Microsoft to pay the US Treasury department for the honor of buying TikTok.
Netflix Playback Speed Controls Roll Out on Android (Gadgets360)
Netflix is rolling out speed controls that allow users to playback content at faster or slower speeds.
The EU is nervous about Google getting all of your health data too.
Instagram Reels is Insta's answer to TikTok, and it launched this week.
Long time SVP of Worldwide Marketing Phil Schiller is moving on to mostly-retirement after 33 years at the company.
YouTube Music will replace Google Play Music by end of 2020 (YouTube blog)
It's the beginning of the end for Google Play Music. The end of 2020 will be the end of the service.
Android users have been clamoring for an Air Drop solution for years. Google finally made one...with a catch.
Sprint is officially Kaput. RIP Tiny wireless carrier.
Tmobile capped the day yesterday by announcing that it had officially become the number 2 carrier in the US, surpassing AT&T. The Verge says "not so fast."
Uncovering Our Solar System's Shape (NASA.gov)
Scientists have finally figured out what out Solar System's shape is, and it makes me hungry.