Fossil's Gen 5 smartwatches will get an update that tweaks the phone app and helps the battery last longer during workouts or sleep tracking.
This morning's recap includes an explanation of what is (and is not) potentially getting banned, plus a look at our review of Sony's excellent WH-1000XM4 noise-canceling headphones.
Apple claims its App Store policies prohibit cloud gaming services like xCloud, Stadia or GeForce Now because each game needs to be reviewed individually.
Donald Trump issued two executive orders stating a ban on transactions with Tencent and ByteDance, the Chinese parent companies of WeChat and TikTok.
This morning's we're considering Samsung's latest attempt at a foldable phone and the new Note 20 series. Also, what's the plan for 'Mulan' on Disney+?
This morning we're looking into Disney's surprise announcement that 'Mulan' will be available on Disney+ for $30, and preparing for the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked event
Almost a year after we saw SpaceX’s ‘Starhopper’ test vehicle make a short trip into the air, the company has successfully flown and landed a full-size Starship prototype. The SN5 vehicle is missing its nose cone, so it’s a bit like a taller “flying water tower” just like the earlier test rig, but it went up and down from SpaceX’s Boca Chica, TX launch pad all the same. You can watch the NASASpaceflight YouTube stream that captured the event (start at about 1:14), and see the single Raptor engine-powered hop, that took SN5 about 150 meters into the air.
This morning we're digging into Google's new phone, the Pixel 4a, and preparing for Samsung's Galaxy Note 20 / Galaxy Z Fold2 event at 10 AM ET.
Charging documents from the prosecutors claim the Florida teen conducted a spear phishing attack by pretending to be Twitter IT and convincing an employee to hand over credentials. Looking forward, we’re ready for some big news next week, with Google’s Pixel 4a poised to launch on Monday before Samsung’s big Galaxy Unpacked event Wednesday. This week on the show, Devindra and Cherlynn chat about Facebook, Apple, Google and Amazon’s long-awaited antitrust hearing.
Google and Apple released COVID-19 exposure notification technology that can work across Android and iOS in May, but so far apps to use it haven't launched in the US. Now Google says the first ones should launch in 'the coming weeks,' while Canada launched its app on Friday.
This morning we're talking about Apple's iPhone delay (you'll have to wait at least a few weeks for 5G), and looking forward to a SpaceX Starship 'hop' test.
Elon Musk’s hopes for Starship to reach orbit before this spring didn’t quite pan out, but a recent test firing has the SpaceX CEO expecting to see the company’s new vehicle take flight shortly. On Thursday he tweeted that its new SN5 build completed a full duration static fire, and said a 150m test hop will happen “soon.” Starship SN5 just completed full duration static fire.
Twitter has released more details about the July 15th attack, including how attackers gained access and how many accounts they were able to hijack.
Need some bliss? The new 'Microsoft Flight Simulator' is almost ready to ship and Jessica Conditt can let you know what it's like. Also, big tech CEOs appeared (via video) on Capitol Hill, the Hummer EV has a new teaser and we're breaking down next week's Samsung event
Qualcomm is warning investors a major phone launch will occur a little later in the year than usual, and all signs point to Apple's first 5G-equipped iPhones.