In this week’s episode of The BGR Show podcast, Jonathan and Zach talk about WWDC 2015 predictions and hopes, Apple’s possibly amazing new music streaming service, and why Jonathan should buy his family iPhones for Christmas again. Because the 100 layer lasagna at Del Posto isn’t worth it. More →
Last week’s show was one of our biggest so far, thanks in part to a little Apple exclusive we snuck in there. Well, this week we’ve got a couple more exclusives peppered in throughout the show, and we cover our widest range of topics yet. We cover Zach’s love/hate relationship with the new Jawbone UP3, Samsung’s fantastic new ARTIK initiative, an insider’s report on the upcoming iPhone 6s, and yes, the Apple Watch.
Things also get real when the show is interrupted not once but twice by phone calls — first from AT&T and then from Apple’s special private Apple Watch Edition support line — and we play those calls right on the podcast. If you thought you knew how crazy Jonathan is getting waiting for his Edition to finally ship, just wait… More →
This week’s show is filled with what you’d expect, but there’s also some exclusive information on the coming war for audio in your home.
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With HTC’s brand new One M9 flagship handset recently released, I thought it would be a great idea to catch up with some members of the company’s executive team to talk through various features and functionality, as well as the design of the phone. Joining me at 3:00 p.m. EDT today is going to be Erin McGee, HTC’s VP of Marketing, and Claude Zellweger, Associate VP of Industrial Design. More →
It’s Apple Watch week everybody! Aren’t you excited? I’m excited. Did you know I was excited? Zach Epstein joins to talk about the new MacBook, his favorite PAID iPhone apps on sale for FREE for a limited time (!!), the new Star Wars trailer, and Tidal, the huge failure of a music service led by S dot Carter. More →
This week, based on listener request, I review and offer up thoughts on the hottest Android devices of the year, HTC One M9, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge. I also talk about my recent trip to Napa and my new obsession with wine. And, what episode would be complete without Apple Watch mentions?
Let’s get ready ladies and gentleman, it’s going to be a long night tonight with the preorders finally kicking off. More →
This week, Rene Richie from iMore joins as guest to add his perspective into what could be one of Apple’s biggest inventions in years. Rene also adds new information about the upcoming Apple Watch launch and polarizing MacBook. There’s also a Meerkat involved.
This was a huge week for Apple followers. Apple’s Spring Forward event brought us not just Apple Watch price details (including a $17,000 Edition), but also, finally, a fan-less Retina Macbook that changes the game, and a nice surprise with ResearchKit. BGR Executive Editor Zach Epstein joins me as guest. More →
This week was a big one for smartphones and devices. We brought you live Mobile World Congress 2015 coverage and boy, were there some hot new phones announced. The Samsung Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge and HTC One M9 are the top of the tippy tip when it comes to great Android devices. Additionally, MWC was a smartwatchfest with new devices from LG, Huawei, Alcatel (alcawho?), and many others.
In this week’s podcast, I give my thoughts on the event and announcements, plus pepper in some information on smart home integration and Apple Car by listener request. More →
We reported that Apple was nearing the public release of iOS 8.2, but the company has decided to release one more GM build to employees and testers ahead of an expected launch this coming Monday. The build is 12D508 and we have also been given the official internal change log with all release notes. More →
With Apple’s Watch pricing set to be announced at Monday’s upcoming Spring Forward event, one of our sources has informed us of another smartwatch’s price — that of the Huawei Watch. An Android Wear watch with gold and silver case, it certainly is one of the most premium and normal-looking smartwatches introduced on the Android side of things. However, the price is outrageous. We have heard that the Huawei Watch price is $1,000. Yes — one thousand dollars for an Android Wear device. All the credit to Huawei for thinking they could pull this off. They won’t be able to, but I’m pretty sure we won’t ever find out how many the company has sold anyway.