Nati's wooden roof is making some noise, and Greg is moving to a new house which is why we have pre-recorded this episode in which we talk about why the sound quality is important to us, Apple Music coming to the Alexa ecosystem and what makes Apple Music/ content different from other Apple services.
Also, we discussed about Microsoft's new attempts at a skinny OS and browsers.
We are joined by Matteo Doni who tells us all about 5G, what it will bring and why it will matter in about 4 year time... Also we talked about Google's messaging service hurdles and why they push RCS, and touch a bit about Tumbler's decision to block adult content.
In addition, Matteo talks about his appearance on Sputnik, Greg tells how many Star Trek movies he saw, and Nati makes a Houdini trick and vanishes.
Greg's shoulder is doing fine and he is hammering on the best micro-podcast named Greg Morris while Nati gets back from a(nother) working trip, this time in -12.
Nati got his Apple Watch Series 4, so we talk a bit about getting used to the size and all of the complications and follow-up on the iPhone X🅁 sales as Apple claims that it's the best selling model.
Also, we talk about Twitter, work-life balance and changing the world.
In addition, what does iOS 12's adoption rate imply and what is the Pixel Slate for?
Greg goes head to head with Tom Warren's tweet that ignited Twitter, as Nati argues that tech reviewers have turned too techie for most of the people, with regards to the discussion about the place of the iPad in the world.
Also, we talk about iPhone supply chain rumors that question the potential success of the iPhone X🅁, as the iPhone line has become very and even perhaps too expensive, which creates a problem especially in emerging markets like India.
Greg ponders about his podcasts listening habits, as both of our hosts agree that they need to diverge a bit with their podcast flavors.
Nati takes Greg through the latest turnaround in the Apple - Qualcomm battle, as it seems that Qualcomm is losing some of the latest rounds. Also, we discuss about Google's latest Night Sight tech that comes to the Pixel devices - which is quite incredible.
Lastly, we discuss who is the worst company in terms of privacy: Google or Facebook, and why.