Mobile World Congress is done and dusted, and we’re joined by our largest ever assembly of experts to dissect the winners and the losers.
The Note7 goes up in flames, but where does that leave Samsung and the rest of the Android premium ecosystem? Meanwhile, during Stay Safe Online week, the Vertical Hold crew…
Optus goes quota free for Netflix and Presto while Google launches Android N and Microsoft gets a lot of coverage for the XboxOnesie in the latest episode!
How to make a Wookie cluck like a chicken, LG’s tricky Android wordplay and where Apple’s headed with its next MacBook Pro update… maybe.
Niantic’s update to Pokémon GO modifies game behaviour, as well as shifting the locations of some Pokéstops, which will please some privacy advocates while probably annoying fans of the game.
Google announced its home assistant, Google Home at Google I/O today, and the world went nuts. I get the allure, but whatever happened to privacy?
Google’s I/O conference brings all the big news this week, along with special guests Jennifer Dudley-Nicholson and Daniel Tyson!
Google’s big developer conference is imminent, but what will the big G reveal? Windows 10 has an upgrade price, but is it a price anyone will pay? Telcos are talking up VoLTE rollouts like it’s the next big thing, but are consumers listening? All this and more in the latest episode of Vertical Hold!
Samsung’s latest premium phones are refinements of the existing Galaxy designs, but they’re joined by a cute little 360 degree camera as well.
It wasn’t exactly a secret that LG had a smartphone in the wings to reveal at MWC. It turns out that it had a bit more besides.