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Fitbit gets a fancy new band, manufacturers old and new are picking up the Windows Mobile mantle and a phone that'll probably never see the light of day changes up its OS. It must be another week in mobile technology, and that must mean it's time for another episode of our little pow-wow. Join us as we get ready to get techy on episode 185 of the Pocketnow Weekly!
Watch the video broadcast from 1:00pm Eastern on February 4 (click here for your local time), or check out the high-quality audio version the Sunday after we broadcast. And don't forget to shoot your listener mail to podcast [AT] pocketnow [DOT] com for a shot at getting your question read aloud on the air!
Pocketnow Weekly 186
Recording Date
February 4, 2016
Michael Fisher
Stephen Schenck
Juan Bagnell
Jules Wang
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Let's talk about leaked Galaxy S7 renders because I guess we have to
Fitbit thinks people want premium fitness bands
The Turing Phone is seeing how many LoLs it can pack in before its inevitable disappearance
Lumia 650 inches closer to launch
W5.5 Pro is a water-resistant Windows Phone
VAIO sticks its nose in the Windows Mobile Biz
Microsoft buys Swiftkey for some reason
Google may be about to seriously step up involvement in Nexus design process
Google pulls the plug on Samsung's ad blocker
YouTube may soon support 360-degree video for VR viewing
Put Android on your bathroom mirror, because why the hell not?
University makes fitness bands mandatory
Juan Bagnell: a smartphone's worst enemy
Update: State of the Podcast with Michael Fisher
Look at that intense dude. He looks like he's streaming directly from the heart of Podcast City, doesn't he? That's the face of a man who's been sitting behind this microphone for the past three-and-a-half years, and he's got an announcement for you. So you best listen up, fam.
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