Mobile Roar Podcast
Jul 4th - On this weeks special Fourth of July edition of the Mobile Roar podcast we continue to examine the impact of last week’s big Google I/O announcements, particularly what soon-to-be-released Android Wear devices mean for the future of the platform. We also talk Google’s Songza acquisition, the T-Mobile cramming scandal, and fireworks safety.
Jun 27th - "Android is everywhere." Everyone always says that, but this year at I/O it was demonstrated on stage. They showed it on watches, TVs, cars, phones, tablets, and even PCs. We talk about all of this, plus Android's new design, and why protesters hate Google.
Jun 13th - Joe and Chris hold down the fort this week while Kevin is away at a Samsung event. The guys talk about the infamous Samsung Galaxy F and Samsung's continued battle with LG. They also talk about "Quantum Paper" and Google's plan to unify the internet.
May 30th - With Joe away on his honeymoon, Chris and Kevin discuss the launch of the LG G3 and its QuadHD display, Google's self-driving car and its peculiar smiling face, and Apple's upcoming WWDC 2014 keynote and more on the Beats Audio acquisition.
May 2nd - Appendixes? Who needs 'em! Chris is out this week getting a part of his body removed, but Joe and Kevin hold down the fort. They discuss the OnePlus + Oppo conspiracy, using the Galaxy S5 on a bike trip, the best phones and apps for this month, and more.
Apr 25th - The hypebeast has finally been slaughtered. The infamous start-up phone maker, OnePlus, finally revealed their "flagship killer" this week. We discuss the OnePlus One and wonder if they can follow through with their promises, and much more!
Apr 18th - Despite all of our warnings, Chris still went out and bought a Samsung Galaxy S5. How does he like it? Let's just say if you've got a HTC One M8 to trade he is interested. Listen to him rant about how much he hates it, and listen to us say "we told you so!"
Apr 4th - Amazon has finally made their move to take over the living room, but is Fire TV any better than existing set-top boxes? Do people want to play Android games on their TV We also talk about Microsoft conforming to the competition, and releasing a feature with the coolest name ever.
Mar 28th - The guys can finally talk about the HTC One (M8) officially. Did it live up to the hype? Will it be destroyed by the Galaxy S5? Also, Facebook bought Oculus Rift, but you shouldn't worry too much about it. Other topics include Google I/O, millions of iPhones, Windows Phone 8.1, and Edgar selling his beloved G2.