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The Xbox Series X and S launches are nearing closer, so we thought it would be a good time to catch up on where everything is at ahead of their release at the start of November. Pocket-lint's senior news editor Rik discusses everything you need to know to be prepared, including revealing what's actually in the box. Keeping with the gaming theme, St…
 
This week saw the launch of the Huawei Mate 40 and Mate 40 Pro smartphones, as well as a few other devices, including connected glasses and headphones. Pocket-lint's Cam joins Stuart to discuss the announcement and what it means for both the company and consumers. Stuart also speaks with Samsung's head of connected living, Kyle Brown, to find out h…
 
Apple held its iPhone event this week, where it announced new 5G iPhones and a HomePod mini. And, as expected, the star of the show was the iPhone 12, with four new models: an iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. However, it didn't launch the much-rumoured over-ear AirPods Studio, or AirTags. So, joining Stuart to discuss…
 
With the further delay of Bond film No Time to Die and Cineworld's subsequent decision to shut its 600-odd cinemas in the UK and US until next year, how will that affect the movie industry? Will we see more blockbusters heading straight to streaming services? Senior news editor Rik joins Stuart to discuss the possibilities before interviewing the d…
 
After weeks of rumours, Google launched the Google Pixel 5, Pixel 4a 5G, Nest Audio speaker and Chromecast with Google TV this week. Pocket-lint's editor Chris discusses what the devices are all about and whether you should be interested. Stuart talks with the co-founder and head of product at Challengermode, Philip Skogsberg, to find out how the g…
 
Amazon announced a stack of new devices this week, including new Echoes, Echo Show 10, a cloud gaming service called Luna, and even a home-based drone that will fly around to let you see in any room - no, really. Fresh from the virtual event, associate editor Dan joins host Stuart to discuss more. Meanwhile, we talk to the founder of Antstream Arca…
 
This week sees things really ramping up in terms of product launches, with both Apple and PlayStation dominating the headlines. Apple started the week with its Time Flies event, where it unveiled the latest Apple Watch and new iPad Air, while Sony capped it off by confirming the price, launch date and day-one games for the PlayStation 5. Our senior…
 
This week marked the 25th anniversary of the original PlayStation going on sale in the US, so the smart money was on Sony announcing a release date and price for the PS5. But this is 2020 and things are rarely going to plan these days. Instead, it was Xbox that dominated the news, with the announcement of a new console, the Xbox Series S, and prici…
 
It was supposed to be IFA, Europe's largest tech show this week, but the current situation put paid to that. Thankfully though, that hasn't stopped companies announcing a slew of new technologies and products, with big announcements from Qualcomm, Intel, Nvidia, Samsung, Philips and many more. They were all keen to show us what they have in store f…
 
It's all about wearables this week. Whether on your wrist or in your ear, the wearable market has come a long way since the introduction of early trendsetters, like the Pebble smartwatch and Nike+ FuelBand. Our own features editor, Britta, kicks off the themed episode, joining host Stuart to talk about the latest Fitbit smartwatches and fitness tra…
 
If you're hankering for BlackBerry to make a comeback, then this is your week. A new 5G BlackBerry device with a physical keyboard is coming at the start of 2021 and our own Cam Bunton is here with all the details we know so far. Stuart then talks with the founder of Aristocracy London on how the traditional tailor brand has turned to technology to…
 
This week we talk about the upcoming Microsoft Surface Duo folding phone come tablet - it's got a price and a launch date, but will you need it? Plus, Stuart talks to the category lead of Turbo at Specialized, David Alexander, about the company's e-Bike range. And finally, our senior news editor, Rik, has been testing the Sony WH-1000XM4 adaptive n…
 
This week Pocket-lint Mike Lowe is here to tell us about the Samsung Galaxy Unpacked Note 20 launch. What did Samsung reveal, should we get excited, and just how much is it all going to cost? Stuart talks to the co-founder and CEO of What3Words, Chris Sheldrick, about mapping the world, And Pocket-lint's Max Freeman-Mills has been sleeping on the j…
 
This week Pocket-lint Dan's Grabham and Stuart talk about the new Lego Super Mario sets out on the 1 August that brings an interactive Nintendo experience to the humble Lego set. Stuart talks to the co-founder of AI voice technology company Sonantic about creating a voice AI that can cry, and Cam Bunton joins us to give his verdict on the new OnePl…
 
This week Pocket-lint's Cam Bunton is here to talk about the OnePlus Nord launch. Can a new sub-£400 smartphone really be an alternative to the £1000 flagship devices on the market that we all lust after. Stuart talks to Daniel Mansson, the founder of Flow, a drug-free treatment for depression comprising of a brain stimulation headset and an app th…
 
This week, associate editor Dan is here to talk about the new ban placed on Huawei by the UK government, its current part in the UK's 5G infrastructure, and how it will affect consumers over the next couple of years. Host Stuart talks to Nick Holroyd, the technical director and chief designer for America's Cup team Ineos. He reveals how they are us…
 
This week, Rik joins host Stuart to talk all things Sky Q, as the media giant starts rolling out a wave of new features to its satellite boxes. Will it make TV viewing better? Stuart also talks to the founder of Exeger, Giovanni Filli, who explains how his company has worked out how to print solar cells on devices - that way, they can be powered by…
 
In this week's podcast, contributing editor Cam joins host Rik Henderson to discuss OnePlus Nord – the company’s forthcoming phone and prospective range that hopes to shake up the mid-range mobile market.. Stuart Miles talks to the UK boss of Bolt, Samuel Raciti, in a very timely interview as the UK enters the trial phase of eScooters hitting the c…
 
Apple's WWDC keynote revealed a swathe of new features for iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV and Mac, as well as a future roadmap for the company's computers. But how will those changes affect Apple's main devices and the plethora of other gadgets too? Host Stuart is joined by Pocket-lint's editor Chris and associate editor Dan to discuss all tha…
 
This week, Pocket-lint's Rik Henderson is here to talk all things Sony PlayStation 5 following the big reveal last week. Plus, with the news that Bose it's pulling out of the augmented reality market and the worry of industry unicorn, Magic Leap's imminent downfall, it's fitting that Stuart interviews BAFTA games committee member Andrew Elia about …
 
This week, we discuss the potential of Apple switching to its own processors for future MacBooks in favour of Intel's, as the Cupertino firm seems to want to bring everything in house. Pocket-lint's associate editor Dan joins host Stuart to mull over what this would mean for users of Macs. Plus, we interview former Microsoft chief envisioning offic…
 
As lockdown continues, companies are focusing on how we use tech in the home and, in particular, enjoy the hours of streaming content we're all consuming. This week's podcast reflects that, with a bit of a streaming theme. There are rumours of a new Chromecast in the pipeline, codenamed Sabrina, which Pocket-lint editor Chris is here to discuss. Se…
 
This week, HDR content was added to Sky Q for the very first time, but not without caveats. Associate editor Dan joins host Rik Henderson to chat about its implementation, the content, and what you actually need to get it working. World-renowned music producer and Sonos' sound experience leader, Giles Martin, is in the interview seat this time, to …
 
This week saw Facebook launch a new feature. Called Shops, it allows businesses to set up stores on Facebook, Instagram and, eventually, Messenger and WhatsApp. Pocket-lint editor Chris tells us how it will work and what it means for you. Meanwhile, Stuart talks to the entertainment product manager at Vicon, Tim Doubleday, about how the world of mo…
 
This week. we've all the details on the new Dell XPS laptops that were announced, with associate editor Dan giving us his thoughts on why the laptop manufacturer has brought back its 17-inch model from 2011. Stuart talks to music producer, remixer and singer/songwriter, Estelle Rubio, on some of the technology tricks available to make music sound b…
 
Well here we are, at episode 52 of our weekly Pocket-lint Podcast - we’ve made it to our 1st year anniversary. We hope you’ve enjoyed listening to it as much as we’ve enjoyed making it. It the last 12 months we’ve learnt so much and had some amazing guests, so make sure you check out our previous episodes. This week, senior editor of news, Rik, fur…
 
This week, we've got all the latest details on the big announcements from the world of video calling. That includes Zoom's new software update, Google Meet turning into a free service, and how others are trying to keep in the game. Stuart also talks to anthropologist Genevieve Bell, a distinguished professor at the Australian National University an…
 
This week, we've got details on the new Motorola Edge flagship smartphone, talk to Intel and Accenture about how they are working with the Sulubaaï Environmental Foundation to monitor coral reefs using AI, and associate editor Dan joins Stuart to talk about how he's been getting with the new Apple iPhone SE. We also wanted to tell you about our pla…
 
This week, Pocket-lint's associate editor Dan joins host Stuart to discuss the new Apple iPhone SE smartphone. Will it turn heads? Stuart also catches up with Dell's head of international sustainability, Louise Koch, to talk about how the company approaches eco-friendliness with its products. They also talk about Dell's plans for the future, and ho…
 
This week, Pocket-lint's editor Chris joins host Stuart to talk about the phenomenon that is Zoom, and how it is helping us all keep in touch while we stay at home during lockdown. Also, as part of Pocket-lint's sustainability month, Stuart chats with Honeywell's Andrew Hurst and Krzysztof Meinicke about how smart heating can save you bundles, whil…
 
This week, the Fitbit Charge 4 has launched and Pocket-lint's editor Chris joins host Stuart to discuss the new fitness tracker. It add GPS for the first time, so is a big deal for Fitbit. Also, as part of Pocket-lint's Sustainability Month, Stuart chats with the co-founder of Forest Carbon, Stephen Prior, about how we can all plant many more trees…
 
Pocket-lint's reviews editor, Mike Lowe, joins host Stuart to discuss Huawei's three new flagship phones as part of the P40 range. Are they still worth considering even though they come without Google services? We also chat with the co-founder of online chocolate store, Cocoarunners.com, Spencer Hyman. Hyman reveals how the discovery of new product…
 
This week, Apple announced the launch of not only an update to the MacBook Air, but two new iPad Pro models. And, as well as sport a range of new features, they are now compatible with an optional new accessory - the Magic Keyboard. Unlike the smart keyboard we've had before, this one comes complete with a trackpad for improved usability. Pocket-li…
 
Dyson's been busy, it's launched not one, but two new devices this week. The first is the Dyson Corrale, a hair straightener that uses lower heat than conventional products, with the company claiming it should reduce the potential hair damage. The other is an update to its robot vacuum cleaner range: the Dyson Heurist. Pocket-lint associate editor,…
 
This week, we look at the plethora of Disney+ news to have come our way recently, as the streaming service nears its 24 March release date in the UK and Central Europe. Host Rik Henderson is joined by Pocket-lint’s associate editor Dan Grabham, who explains the deal Sky made to integrate Disney+ into its Sky Q service, why The Mandalorian will only…
 
This week was supposed to host the world's largest phone trade show, Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, but it had to be cancelled due to concerns over the coronavirus outbreak. Still, that didn't stop a number of companies revealing products they planned to launch anyway - using virtual conferences instead. Pocket-lint's editor, Chris Hall, joins…
 
This week, we look at the display of the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip and, specifically, a few oddities we discovered during our extensive testing period. What does it mean for the innovative foldable clamshell phone and the form factor in general? Pocket-lint's editor Chris Hall explains all. We also talk to HTC Europe's general manager, Graham Wheeler, …
 
This week we've seen the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy S20 range and the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip, the company's second foldable phone. The new flagship models promise a bevy of high-end tech for those keen to lap it up and Pocket-lint editor Chris Hall joins me to discuss all the announcements and whether they are worth your hard-earned cash. Away…
 
This week, we look at the autonomous concept car from Nissan that drove 230-miles across England, all without anyone at the wheel. It was a ground-breaking journey too, considering it traversed and navigated on and around numerous different road conditions and scenarios – including roundabouts, motorways and curb-less lanes. Pocket-lint's Stuart Mi…
 
First announced at the Frankfurt Motor Show last year, Honda's final production model of its new electric car has finally been revealed. It's the Honda e and Pocket-lint editor Chris Hall has already driven one. Fresh off the plane from Valencia he joins us to tell us what he thinks, and what the new car means for the electric car industry as a who…
 
Sonos has announced that it is stopping support for some of its "legacy" products so, while they continue to work, they won't be getting future feature updates. Associate editor Dan joins Stuart to discuss what it means for Sonos speaker users and other connected hardware in the future. Meanwhile, late last year Stuart hosted a couple of fireside c…
 
Samsung has confirmed it will be launching its new flagship smartphone range on 11 February and Pocket-lint editor Chris Hall has been following all the rumours closely. He joins Stuart to tell us what we can expect from the Galaxy S20 range. Meanwhile, when visiting CES in Las Vegas, Stuart caught up with the founder and CEO of GoPro; Nick Woodman…
 
This week a special edition version of the Pocket-lint Podcast focuses entirely on the world's largest consumer technology trade show, CES. We sent several members of the Pocket-lint team to Las Vegas to check out the greatest gadgets and tech trends at this year's show. And, both Stuart Miles and associate editor Dan Grabham joined Rik Henderson t…
 
It's the start of a new year and a new decade, no less. In the 2010s, we saw the launch of great, innovative products and tech, like the Apple iPad, Amazon Alexa, Chromebooks, Xbox One and PS4, plus plenty of other things we now take for granted. So what do the 20s have in store? The next ten years promise to deliver further innovations in 5G, AI, …
 
Microsoft has taken the wraps off its next-generation Xbox and confirmed it will be called Xbox Series X when it launches in one year. But, as well as its official name, the company also previewed the console's bold new design while on stage at the Game Awards - even teasing a couple of games we can expect. Pocket-lint's Rik Henderson joins us to e…
 
Apple has released its latest iOS update, iOS 13.3, which introduces a number of bug fixes and new features. The most notable changes are around Screen Time. Pocket-lint associate editor Dan Grabham joins Stuart to discuss what the new offering brings. The podcast also catches up with Gilad Tiefenbrun, the managing director of renowned speaker bran…
 
This week played host to Qualcomm's Snapdragon Summit 2019 in Hawaii, where the firm's latest mobile phone chipsets were announced. There are two main SoCs for 2020, one all whistling, all dancing, the other more affordable, and editor Chris calls back from the show floor to explain all. Stuart talks to Vodafone UK CTO Scott Petty about the company…
 
There's a new Tesla in town: the Cybertruck. Announced at SpaceX's headquarters in LA, it is an electric pickup, but looks nothing like one. Instead, it resembles something out of a sci-fi movie - more suited to be on Mars than driving around on Earth. Pocket-lint editor Chris Hall followed its launch and joins us to tell us more. Meanwhile, follow…
 
This week saw the launch of Google's streaming game service, Stadia. The new offering from the search giant will let you play games at home or on the go without the need to buy a big expensive console. Is it the future of gaming? Pocket-lint's Rik has been playing with the new service to find out and joins us to tell us more. Meanwhile Stuart has b…
 
This week we've got an Awards special episode for you. The EE Pocket-lint Awards looks to reward those devices that are best-in-class. The best of the best this year. Over the years, these awards have honoured the best products across a range of categories from companies like Apple, Samsung, Tesla, Huawei and others, and this year is no different. …
 
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