A history of failing: from Allo to RED | #PNWeekly 349

The demise and de-escalation of several hardware and software projects in mobile technology over the past few weeks. Google has finally downed Allo and has gone further to shut down internal projects on tablets and laptops. Razer’s new profitability track has killed off the notion of a third phone. And …

Huawei P30 Rumors! ft. Booredatwork | #PNWeekly 348

Huawei dominates the conversation this week as we address the looming legal challenges the company faces against the United States and the world. But that won’t stop us from talking about a new Huawei phone as we await word of the P30 — we check out the rumor mill. All …

Huawei Mate X: Late Techs or Latex? ft. Nicole Scott, Adam Conway | #PNWeekly 347

It’s the busiest Mobile World Congress we’ve had in several years! And we’ve had over two dozen phones from Energizer, the battery maker with a bunny as a mascot, an LG phone that makes you play puppeteer and plenty of jumping between halls at the Fira Gran Via. But of …

Know when to Galaxy Fold ’em | #PNWeekly 346

This is Unpacked. The Galaxy S10 came out as we all expected and our hands-on experience lived up to every bit of it. The Galaxy S10 5G wasn’t there in person, but it was there in spirit. And then there’s that Galaxy Fold. Is this the bleeding edge of mobile …

Project Ara, Pixel 4 and neither the twain shall meet | #PNWeekly 345

Apple’s laying off the hardware, but laying on content publishers hard to join its future single-stream subscription hubs and they don’t like how much Cupertino wants. All the while, people are happy to spend more on apps. Plus, the truth on a Project Ara revival and Google’s Pixel 4 and …

Does the Galaxy Note 10 have a “Spy Pen?” | #PNWeekly 344

Our long-term Razer Phone 2 review is finished and while Jaime Rivera has said his peace, the rest of our team hasn’t! The first terabyte phone came out of a Chinese company that isn’t doing so well… plus T-Mobile pricing promises, a camera in your next Note’s S Pen and …

The ghost of iPhones past, present and future | #PNWeekly 343

It has been a bumpy week for Apple, what with news of its earnings sprawling out into think pieces as well as private app scuffles with Facebook and Google. Things have escalated so high, we’re going to have to break it all down. Plus, rumors from Sony, LG, Samsung and… …

No country for old buttons | #PNWeekly 342

Buttonless, portless phones? Do manufacturers need them at this point? Do consumers really even want them? We could probably ask the same thing of foldable phones especially given how crowded the race looks to be right now towards the first product. We take a look at all the news made …

Our post-CES Winter Break Road Trip | #PNWeekly 341

We’re back for another week of CES recapping! We actually talk about the technology that we took a look at while in Las Vegas. We saved the actual talking, however, for after when we got across the California border. Join Jaime and Josh (plus a very sleepy Isa) for a …

Behind the CES Scenes | #PNWeekly 340

CES 2019 has come to an end and we have had fun bringing you our news and editorial coverage at Pocketnow. But it’s not just strictly about the devices that make our mobile lives go. Join Joshua Vergara, Jaime Rivera, Isa Rodriguez, Mishaal Rahman, your host for this week, Jules …