The wearable market is heating up with new devices from Apple, Garmin, and others. Matthew and Kevin both have Apple Watches on the way.
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In Android this week we had reports of the return of the Nokia phone, Samsung is sneaking into Japan, and a serious bug in Android Wi-Fi was discovered.
The modern smartphone is a wonder of modern technology, and in combination with the carrier network can allow you to make calls from the densest urban jungle to Mount Everest. But despite the amazing global coverage of the carrier networks, sometimes it just isn't enough.
Sizing down a mobile app from a smartphone to wearable technology is no easy feat -- especially when it comes to designing for arguably the most anticipated smartwatch yet.
Microsoft has removed the 'preview' tag from its free Outlook for Android app, which is now available in the Google Play Store.
Google recently announced Wi-Fi support for Android Wear and now the companion app includes the Cloud sync feature, plus a choice of calendars to display on your watch.
Not much happens on the back of your phone, but with the Popslate case you can view images when your phone is set down or you don't want to turn on your color display.
Google's latest software update for Android Wear will make the smartwatches easier to use in a hands-free mode and over Wi-Fi networks.
Matthew doesn't convince listeners to buy an particular mobile device this week, but the Apple Watch may find its way to his wrist in the future.
Which apps can help you organize and snap up better deals on your next trip?
Samsung plans to launch a fingerprint authentication mobile payment service in South Korea this month, with the aim to later expand it globally, the company has said.
Samsung and Apple remained the top sellers of smartphones for the first quarter of the year, while LG stepped up to take fourth place behind Huawei.
In iOS this week we saw Microsoft release Halo for iOS, Apple's big developer conference was announced, and Apple bought an Android keyboard app maker.
In Android this week we had news of Cyanogen teaming up with Microsoft, Google will let searchers install Android apps from within search results, and Verizon says Android security is not very good.
A little less bloat means a whole lot more fun when it comes to the Galaxy S6.
Android operating system vendor Cyanogen will integrate Microsoft's Office, Skype, OneDrive and other apps and services with its Open OS Platform later this year.
Chip production for the next iPhone may already be underway and Apple is changing the mix of its suppliers, says one analyst.
Matthew spent a few weeks with the top two new Android flagships and in the end neither one made the cut. Designs have improved over 2014, but battery life is not up to par and there are still performance issues.
Samsung gears up its display business to become a more dedicated supplier to the iPhone maker.
Samsung has tried to break away from Google Android with its Tizen software for phones but not with much success. "Try, try again" seems to be the new motto.
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