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Android Authority Podcast

The Android Authority Podcast – discussing topics in Android every week. Tech nerds and Android enthusiasts unite each week on the Android Authority Podcast. If you are looking for an entertaining overview of recent technology news and culture, join Joshua Vergara, Jonathan Feist, Joe Hindy, Andrew Grush, Nirave Gondhia, John Dye and other guests from around the tech community and from within our family at Android Authority, TabTimes and SoundGuys. If you've never heard the terms #joerant or #niraveegg, you're totally missing out. You'll need to listen in for these and more shenanigans on the Android Authority Podcast. The Android Authority Podcast is recorded each Thursday. Brought to you by Android Authority, your source for all things Android. Check out androidauthority.com for all the best news and reviews for your favorite phones and tablets, then join our community forums to join in on the discussion. Don't forget to hit our YouTube channel for even more. We are also represented by TabTimes, a tablet enthusiast site, allowing our team to expand beyond Android a little, and SoundGuys, reviewing all the best mobile audio gear.
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Feb 20, 2017

Joshua Vergara and David Imel spent a few days in San Diego with Qualcomm, Joe Hindy, Jonathan Feist and Adam Molina hung out at home, recording two separate mini-shows combine into this, a Qualcomm special episode of the Android Authority Podcast. Join the team as they recount their non-embargoed experience with Qualcomm and weather problems in southern California. Back at home, the news included Verizon's unlimited data plan, wow, as well as celebrating N.O.V.A. Legacy is on its way and Joe wants to help you use Google Maps a little more effectively.

Stay tuned for a brand new show format coming soon, we want to get you, our faithful listeners, readers and viewers more involved in the show, and we think we have a solution.

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every week.

Rough Timecodes:
Check in with Josh and David with VR gaming talk and bad weather.
14:00 - Joe, Jonathan and Adam take over
18:00 - N.O.V.A. Legacy is coming soon
34:00 - Joe's hookup apps and useless apps
44:00 - Verizon goes unlimited, is it worth it?
62:00 - Back to Qualcomm with Josh and David
72:00 - Qualcomm working on Drone tech

Relevant Links

Android Authority Forums - Podcast discussion
Verizon has an unlimited plan
N.O.V.A. Legacy coming soon
Best Hookup apps
Qualcomm news

Feb 13, 2017

Joshua Vergara, Joe Hindy, Jonathan Feist and David Imel officially close out the double digits with episode 99 of the Android Authority Podcast. That might be a lie, with a special episode coming next week, delaying episode 100, but we're close! Topics around the team included love and dating, but specifically how iPhone users have been found to judge Android users poorly. Android Wear 2.0 is rolling out, but is the smartwatch the right medium? Samsung putting the fingerprint scanner beside the camera, weird, but is that a problem? But first, we express that we're not overly worried about the Google Now Launcher exiting the Play Store.

Stay tuned for a brand new show format coming soon, we want to get you, our faithful listeners, readers and viewers more involved in the show, and we think we have a solution.

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every week.

 

Rough Timecodes:

Check in with food, televisions, Bluetooth causing PC issues and more.
32:00 - Google Now Launcher going away
52:00 - Android Wear 2.0 update
70:00 - Samsung Galaxy S8 fingerprint sensor on the back?
84:00 - Love, and how iPhone users may think less of Android users

 

Relevant Links

Android Authority Forums - Podcast discussion
Google Now Launcher going away
Android Wear 2.0 update
Samsung putting the fingerprint scanner on the back of the Galaxy S8?
How is your dating game - is your Android device bringing you down?

Feb 6, 2017

Joshua Vergara, Jonathan Feist, David Imel and Adam Molina get excited for technology on the 98th episode of the Android Authority Podcast. Razer purchased Nextbit, so we imagine what will come of that, the Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 stop getting full OS updates, and patches only promised through 2017. Google Voice received its first real update in a long, long time, then we talk AI and AR, but not until after diving into a big topic, the immigration bans from President Donald Trump and how they affect the technology and companies behind the tech.

Stay tuned for a brand new show format coming soon, we want to get you, our faithful listeners, readers and viewers more involved in the show, and we think we have a solution.

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every week.

Rough Timecodes:

Check in with Karma drone, Amazon delivery issues, Games, health and fitness talk.
36:00 - Affects of Trumps travel bans and immigration restrictions on tech
46:00 - Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 no more full OS updates
54:00 - Google Voice get a big update
61:00 - Nextbit was purchase buy Razer
75:00 - AI and AR for your privacy and convenience

Relevant Links

Android Authority Forums - Podcast discussion
Trump travel and immigration bans
Nexus 6 and Nexus 9 are dead, basically
Google Voice gets a big update
Razer bought Nextbit - gaming phones inbound?
AI and AR, can they work together?

Jan 30, 2017

Joshua Vergara, Joe Hindy, Jonathan Feist, David Imel and Adam Molina take on the hard topics of the week, including figuring out what our personal resolutions mean to us, how many Twitter followers David has and that Joe turned a year older. Huga Barra announced he's leaving Xiaomi to come back to California, headed for Oculus under Facebook's control. We spend a few minutes talking about our thoughts on smartphone trends, specifically bezel sizes, leading to the topic of LG G6 vs Samsung Galaxy S8 - which are you more looking forward to?

Stay tuned for a brand new show format coming soon, we want to get you, our faithful listeners, readers and viewers more involved in the show, and we think we have a solution.

Happy (belated) Birthday Joe!

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every week.

 

Rough Timecodes:

Check in with our resolutions, goat workouts and a new laptop.
33:00 - Samsung talks Note 7 battery
43:00 - What we think of smartphone trends, particularly display bezels
57:00 - Hugo Barra leaving Xiaomi
79:00 - What are you more excited for, the LG G6 or the Samsung Galaxy S8

 

Relevant Links

Android Authority Forums - Podcast discussion
Samsung clears up Note 7 battery situation
Is bezel-less the 2017 design trend
Hugo Barra leaving Xiaomiheaded to Facebook
LG G6 vs Galaxy S8 expectation roundup

Jan 25, 2017

Joshua Vergara, Joe Hindy, Jonathan Feist and David Imel are joined by an all new personality on the show, from our very own SoundGuys.com, Adam Molina. With a SoundGuys presence, it should be no surprise the crew talk about audio gear for a bit, sharing their headphones of choice and more. In addition, talk about apps and gaming gets surprised laughs that a prominent pop star is now a character in Final Fantasy, and we learn that Andy Rubin, one of the fathers of Android, is off working on a new phone project.

Stay tuned for a brand new show format coming soon, we want to get you, our faithful listeners, readers and viewers more involved in the show, and we think we have a solution.

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every week.

 

Rough Timecodes:

Check in with our new guest and some weather.
32:00 - Ariana Grande in Final Fantasy BRAVE EXVIUS
38:00 - New Android Nintendo games!
43:00 - Google Allo 5.0
60:00 - OnePlus Bullets Headphones
71:00 - Andy Rubin, founder of Android, making a new phone/OS?

Relevant Links

Android Authority Forums - Podcast discussion
CES Extravaganza
2016 recap: Games drive app market
New Nintendo games coming this year
Andy Ruben working on a new phone
SoundGuys.com

Jan 18, 2017

Welcome to the first normal episode of the Android Authority Podcast in 2017! Hosted by Joshua Vergara, Jonathan Feist and David Imel ask Joe Hindy what he thought of CES 2017, enjoying his valuable outsider's perspective. I'm not sure we've had the chance to mention this yet (I'm joking!) but CES seemed to be all about autonomous cars and AI technology - but really, Amazon's Alexa was the star of the show, made available to hundreds of devices and services found on the show floor.

Stay tuned for a brand new show format coming soon, we want to get you, our faithful listeners, readers and viewers more involved in the show, and we think we have a solution.

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every week.

Jan 12, 2017

The show is over - CES 2017 has come to a close! Josh, Jonathan, Lanh and Andrew Grush hang out for a bit to discuss the best and our favorites from our week in Las Vegas. Phones, laptops, smart cars, drones and so much more. We all agree that AI is the wave of the future, or at least the goal of the manufacturers and products we experienced at the show. Amazon's Alexa was the name we witnessed more than any other, support for the service was everywhere. 

This episode breaks into two segments, with the crew coming to you from the closing moments on the show floor, then join Josh and Jonathan as they discuss the future of the podcast. We have great things coming to the Android Authority Podcast, we can't wait to tell you more.

Thank you so much for joining us on this adventure. We hope you enjoyed CES 2017, we certainly did.

 

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every week.

Jan 8, 2017

Josh sits down with one of the first people that got him into technology - the great Patrick Norton of TekThing and classic TechTV days. They sit down to talk about CES and Patrick goes off about how much he loves music and audio, all in front of the gondola rides of the Venetian Las Vegas.

Unfortunately, the camera cuts out at around the 3 minute mark, but we still uploaded this great episode of the podcast for your listening pleasure. Enjoy this podcast with Patrick Norton!

Jan 7, 2017

Josh is joined by Jonathan Feist and David Imel as they collectively welcome two of Pocketnow's best, Jaime Rivera and Juan Bagnell. Discussions range from tacos to wearables to a couple Android phones right back to tacos in this really fun second edition of the CES 2017 series!

Jan 1, 2017

We made it! 2016 wraps up for the podcast with this one last episode with Joshua Vergara, Joe Hindy, Jonathan Feist and David Imel. Loosely talking about the latest in Android news, the team discuss their Christmas celebrations, socks, dive into Pho and so much more. We had tons of fun answering your questions from Twitter and Instagram before reminiscing our highlights from the year in the AA Podcast.

Happy New Year!

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every week.

 

Rough Timecodes:
6:45 - Did you see Joe topless?
(We'll return to normal timecodes next week!)

Dec 27, 2016

In this edition of the Android Authority Podcast, Joshua Vergara is joined by Jonathan Feist, Joe Hindy and David Imel, a casual episode turns into serious discussion on gaming on mobile, Note 7 airplane nuisances, the Pebble 2 review was fun for Josh and we generally just hang out for an hour and a half. 

Best of the season to all of you!

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every week.

 

Rough Timecodes:
43:00 - Joe does not like mint and chocolate

Alternative show title: "Please don't unsubscribe! (Also, we're sorry.)"

Dec 20, 2016

In this edition of the Android Authority Podcast, Joshua Vergara is joined by Jonathan Feist, Joe Hindy and David Imel, with more stories of global travel and bad weather. Topics of the week included further discussion on Android Wear, at least on wearables in general, before diving into fitness trackers and smart watches - do you sense a theme? Finally, we talk about Android keyboards, following the update of Google Keyboard to the new GBoard, which leads us to ask if the basic apps that we have on deck today are enough, or is there room for a new powerhouse app, like Tasker was in its day?

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every week.

 

Rough Timecodes:
Intro includes a quick primer on Asteroid OS by Joe
30:00 - Pebble updates and more Android Wear arguments
50:00 - GBoard and what keyboard we use
63:00 - Are basic apps good enough now?

Dec 15, 2016

In this edition of the Android Authority Podcast, Joshua Vergara is joined by Jonathan Feist, Joe Hindy, and a returning Nirave Gondhia (happy belated birthday!) as they get together to talk about two of the main topics of the week - rumors that surround the Samsung Galaxy S8 and its potential omission of the headphone jack, and the dissolving of Pebble as a company when fitness tracking company Fitbit bought many of its assets. There is plenty to talk about here as Josh gives his thoughts on Pebble as a company and product that he loves and the gang talks about what they think about smartwatches and, in particular, Android Wear.

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every week.

 

Rough Timecodes:
Check in includes a live unboxing of the Snapchat Spectacles by Josh!
28:00 - Galaxy S8 headphone jack rumors
50:00 - Pebble is no more / Comments about Android Wear

Dec 6, 2016

While Josh is out, for the third (and potentially final) time, to acquire Snapchat Spectacles, the rest of the gang gets together to talk about the week's Android news. This episode, we have Jonathan Feist, Joe Hindy, and David Imel to talk about the potential of Google Assistant coming to the Nexus devices, the arrival of even MORE Pokemon in Pokemon Go, and the woes of Cyanogen and their recent dramas. Check the timecodes below if you want to jump to a specific topic!

01:00 - Spectacles Debacle
30:00 - Pokemon Go Updates
42:00 - Android Nougat 7.1 for Nexus
47:00 - Nexus 5X recalls and refunds by LG
60:00 - Cyanogen craziness

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every week.

Nov 24, 2016

Joshua Vergara, Joe Hindy, Jonathan Feist and David Imel spend some time this week being thankful for you, our readers and listeners, in our Thanksgiving special, the Android Authority Podcast #089. Before we express our gratitude, we dive into the theory and horror of Black Friday sales, a crazy way to wrap up a family holiday in the United States. From there, we explore the news, including the OnePlus 3T, What a flagship means to us, Samsung preemptively defending the Galaxy S7 battery, our issues with early leaks, including some uncertainty on the LG V30.

We have much to be thankful for this year, and we hope that you and yours get the chance to get together, enjoy a good meal and be thankful for one another, if nothing else. Happy Thanksgiving folks!

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every single week.

 

Rough Timecodes:
A decent check-in this week includes fun talk about Black Friday deals and shopping opportunities.
33:00 - OnePlus 3T
43:00 - What's a flagship phone?
53:00 - Galaxy S7 batteries
60:00 - LG V30?
71:00 - What are we thankful for?

Nov 22, 2016

Joshua Vergara and Jonathan Feist are hanging out in LA, taking in the LA Auto Show, or at least Automobility LA, the press version of the show, and the immensely entertaining launch event for the DJI Inspire 2 and Phantom 4 Pro drones. Joined by special guest Nicole Scott (@Nicole_Scooter) the conversation started with the cars of the car show, followed by Hyperloop One and our thoughts on outdated Android tech in modern cars. Don't worry, we have Android stuff to talk about thanks to Joe and David

DJI was a major event for us, reporting the new Phantom 4 Pro and Inspire 2 on our partner site, Charged.io. With full Hollywood style theatrics, and a price tag to match, these are some impressive drones. Having said that, Josh and Jonathan were invited to a press event for the DJI Mavic Pro for the day after recording this show. Writing this up after the fact, stay tuned for our Mavic Pro coverage!

While half the team was at play, Joe Hindy led the charge with David Imel back at home, recording an informative take on the news of the week. A decent check-in turns to thew OnePlus 3T, now that it's official, the Snapdragon 835 and how Google and Facebook plan to do away with fake news.

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every single week.

 

Rough Timecodes:
No check-in from the road, just car talk, then Joe and David check in before talking Android.
00:00 - Why are we in LA? Cars!
23:00 - Mini Countryman Hybrid
30:00 - Porsche Panamera Hyrid and their 10-inch Lollipop tablets
37:00 - Hyperloop One high-speed trasnportation
43:00 - Final thoughts on the Auto Show
50:00 - Joe and David check-in
67:00 - OnePlus 3T
76:00 - Snapdragon 835
82:00 - Google and Facebook to block fake news

Nov 15, 2016

Joshua Vergara does his best to keep the team in line, while Jonathan Feist experiences internet issues and Lahn Nguyen and David Imel keep us entertained. Another informative episode of the Android Authority Podcast is in the bag, with no Joe. After checking in with our avoidance of the election topic and some laptop issues, we dive into high-priced phones. The Porsche Design Huawei Mate 9 reminds us of other expensive brands, leading us to think of products in a theoretical financed world, an exploration of consumerism.

Self exploration continues as we talk the upcoming OnePlus 3T, dreaming of what we want to see in the new device, remembering what the original OnePlus offered. Finally, we close out the show with a chat on Google Home, Google Assistant and Google Daydream VR.

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every single week.

Rough Timecodes:
David bought too many laptops and we're not talking elections, much, during our check-ins.
32:00 - Porsche Design Huawei Mate 9
55:00 - OnePlus 3T announcing soon
72:00 - Google Home
80:00 - Google Daydream

Nov 8, 2016

Joshua Vergara, Jonathan Feist, Joe Hindy and David Imel enjoy a long check in before getting into another great episode of the Android Authority Podcast. Starting the show off with a lengthy Halloween talk (Joe dressed as Spyro,) the show dove into the Xiaomi Mi MIX, followed by the LG V20, which Joe has been using, then we talk some battery issues with the Nexus 6P on Nougat. Rounding out the show is a fun rumor mill, running down the fun that could be the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the OnePlus 3T.

On a special note, shout out to David Imel and Edgar Cervantes, both are doing well recovering as needed from recent vehicular incidents. 

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every single week.

Oct 31, 2016

Jonathan Feist returns from Japan, Joe Hindy and David Imel have questions and our regular Android Authority Podcast tech talk ensues for another episode. Joe is a little upset about fake Amazon reviews, Jonathan drones on for half an hour about Japan, (which was awesome, by the way), David is unhappy with Google's versioning strategy, but happy for a Messenger update, Kris Carlon said the Apple A10 chip is pretty powerful, we talk it through and Xiaomi has a couple new phones, the Mi Note 2 and the Mi MIX, which Josh was in China to put his hands on.

Finally, we take to Twitter and the Android Authority Forums to take your questions and comments, leading us to ponder if Google is positioning itself to purchase HTC. Think about it.

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every single week.

Rough Timecodes:
Amazon review gripes and Jonathan's Japan trip during check in
46:00 - Google Messenger update
56:00 - Apple A10 chipset
66:00 - Xiaomi Mi Note 2
84:00 - Your questions from the Forums and Twitter

Oct 24, 2016

Joshua Vergara, Joe Hindy and David Imel give great insight into their personal lives on the latest episode of the Android Authority Podcast. The check in includes a remote hello from Jonathan from Japan, and Josh's experience at the LeEco event in San Francisco. Topics start off with the Google Pixel, talking value and ingress protection, Josh opens up a live Q&A session for the LG V20, a phone that was promoted as the first to sell with Android 7.0 Nougat, but isn't actually out yet.

LeEco had a big event, Josh sounds like he enjoyed it for its dramatic approach, and the affordable Le Pro 3. An electric car, big screen TV and a bicycle made it to the show as well. The chat rounds out with a bit of news and some nostalgia over phones of the past. 

 

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every single week.

Oct 17, 2016

In an explosive episode (sorry, I had to do that) Josh and Joe are joined by returning hosts Lanh and David to talk about the week's top Android news. The Galaxy Note 7 discontinuation is obviously the biggest pieces of news and there is ample time given to the topic. However, before all that, David gives his recounting of the Oculus Connect event that he and VRSource covered just a couple weeks back. Lanh gives us his quick podcast review of the Sony Xperia XZ, the full review of which is on Android Authority; and, finally, we talk about Nougat 7.1 and the Developer Preview that basically leaves out Google Assistant.

But perhaps the craziest piece of news actually came from the podcast itself - that Josh has been buying faulty USB-C cables and it actually claimed a victim. Yeah, it's that bad. Josh is inconsolable. Listen to hear more!

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every single week.

Rough Timecodes:

Oculus Connect during David's check-in
32:00 - Note 7 discontinued
42:00 - Josh's life is changed
54:00 - Sony Xperia XZ
70:00 - Nougat 7.1 Developer Preview

Oct 11, 2016

Join Joshua Vergara, Jonathan Feist, Joe Hindy, and a returning Nirave Gondhia as they get together for another fun episode of the Android Authority Podcast! In this episode, it's all about the Google Pixel event where we were treated to announcements of the new Google products for 2016. Before getting into the actual devices and announcements, this week's check-in is largely a talk about Craig David, a favorite recording of artist of Josh and Nirave, who performed at the UK Google event (basically, Josh's FOMO was real). From there, however, the guys get into the big discussions - Google Wifi kicks off the event talk as Feist gives his thoughts on what could be a good solution for in-home connectivity. Google Home comes up next, and the general thoughts were that Home poses an interesting new direction for Google's robust and somewhat scary Learning Matrix. Speaking of the Learning Matrix, a tweet from a happy listener makes the guys ponder if Google's design direction for their products simply masks the fact that Google's services - like Google Assistant - are a bit too smart and somewhat terrifying. And finally the guys get into a big discussion regarding the Google Pixel phones and why they might be a little divisive for fans of Google's previous hardware endeavors - basically, it comes down to Pixel vs Nexus. See the timecodes below to see, roughly, where these topics all take place in the podcast and enjoy this episode of the Android Authority Podcast!

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every week.

Rough timecodes:
24:00 - Google WiFi
35:00 - Google Home and Assistant
54:00 - Is Google Assistant terrifying?
68:00 - Google Pixel

Oct 3, 2016

Join Joshua Vergara, Joe Hindy and Jonathan Feist for another great episode of the Android Authority Podcast. Topics for the week start off with our real world difficulties with the Galaxy Note 7, Great news, we've launched a new site, Charged.io is our home for green technology, electric cars and drones, we discuss our expectations for October 4th, Google's product launch day, including our ideas on Nexus vs Pixel as a brand. As you know, our check-in is packed full of random tidbits of technology fun and how it influences our personal lives, but if you need to skip to the news, you're looking for the 26th minute this week.

Thank you for joining us. If you have not already, be sure to subscribe to the channel on your favorite podcast app, and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Also check out our partner sites - SoundGuys cover the best mobile audio gear and VR Source is the home of all our virtual reality coverage, from gear to games, check out VR Source for all kinds of reality. TabTimes is in full swing with our new content and strategy, if you are looking for the best tablet news and reviews, we've got you covered, but if you want ultrabook, iPhone and other general technology coverage, TabTimes is the place to be. Finally, we're very happy to introduce Charged, our new home for smart homes, electric cars, drones and so much more - the future of technology lives here, check out charged.io.  Sign up for our various newsletters and enter for your chance to win one of our many giveaways.

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every week.

Rough timecodes:
26:46 - Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, again
40:30 - We have launched Charged.io
44:48 - Pixel or Nexus?
55.45 - The rest of Google's potential Oct. 4 announcements

Sep 26, 2016

Join Joshua Vergara, Joe Hindy and David Imel for another great episode of the Android Authority Podcast. Joe wanted to rant a little about the Windows 10 anniversary update, Josh explained his long trip that included Jimmy Westenberg's wedding, IFA in Berlin and iPhone coverage in Australia. A little more iPhone coverage followed. Joe has the ZTE Axon 7 in hand, listen on to see if he loves it or not. Josh issues a small warning, there is a lengthy check-in this week, for those that just want the news, jump forward half an hour this week, but you will miss some fun movie talk and an interesting peek into California living. Finally, Google has finally launched Allo! Is it all it was promised to be?

Thank you for joining us. If you have not already, be sure to subscribe to the channel on your favorite podcast app, and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Also check out our partner sites - SoundGuys cover the best mobile audio gear and VR Source is the home of all our virtual reality coverage, from gear to games, check out VR Source for all kinds of reality. Finally, we are very happy to announce the official launch of TabTimes 2.0. We're still covering the same great tablet news and reviews, but you can look forward to expanded coverage on ultrabooks, smartphones and all the tech that helps you get through your day. Check out the new and improved TabTimes! Sign up for our various newsletters and enter for your chance to win one of our many giveaways.

The Android Authority Podcast - discussing topics in Android every week.

Sep 18, 2016

Join Jonathan Feist and Joe Hindy as they welcome David Imel from VR Source to another great episode of the Android Authority Podcast. Joe goes out of his way to remind us that Lithium is a highly combustible substance, Launchers are adding Nougat features from the new Pixel Launcher, Sailfish and Marlin are getting ever closer to launch, there may be a new 7-inch Nexus/Pixel tablet coming and Pokemon Go updates to block root users - all root users, whether good or cheaters, say goodbye to GPS spoofing your in-game activity.

Thank you for joining us. If you have not already, be sure to subscribe to the channel on your favorite podcast app, and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Also check out our partner sites - SoundGuys cover the best mobile audio gear and VR Source is the home of all our virtual reality coverage, from gear to games, check out VR Source for all kinds of reality. Finally, we are very happy to announce the official launch of TabTimes 2.0. We're still covering the same great tablet news and reviews, but you can look forward to expanded coverage on ultrabooks, smartphones and all the tech that helps you get through your day. Check out the new and improved TabTimes! Sign up for our various newsletters and enter for your chance to win one of our many giveaways.

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