Sunday, November 26, 2017

TechTalk November 21, 2017 (Best UAE Podcast)

What do you want to know about tech?

James and Andrew sit down and talk about what is hot and what is not.

This week the Blackberry Motion is being reviewed and Andrew likes it!

We also had a chat with Jason Chern from Huawei and Jatin Mava also joined the end of the show!

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Here are the show notes!

Just a recap on the Mate 10 PRO, I just wanted to send across the below:
Pre- booking is from 15th – 21st of November. The First Sale Date of the Mate 10 PRO is 21st November and the shelf Date is 24th November.
Interview with Huawei about their stuff.
-Matebook looks great.

Thought on the Blackberry Motion?

Black Friday Apps

Tesla this is cool

The company best known for its electric cars has released an external battery packthat can be used to charge your Android smartphone or iPhone while you’re away from an outlet.
It might seem a bit strange, but the company does produce batteries for consumer use, such as the Tesla Powerwall, which is used to supply power to homes, especially in the case of a disaster or power outage. The new Powerbank, available on Tesla’s website, is powered by the same 18650 cell used in the Model X and S vehicles, though the cars use more than a single cell, of course.

This is a cool idea UBER
If you use Uber often enough, you've probably had those moments where you wanted to hail a ride for someone else, such as a friend heading home from the bar. It isn't always easy to arrange a guest trip, however, which is why Uber has just introduced a feature that lets you order a ride on someone else's behalf, whether or not they have an account. You just have to specify the traveler's name, phone number and location -- you don't have to serve as a proxy, and the passenger doesn't need a smartphone app. This could be particularly helpful if you're hailing a ride for someone who may only have a basic cellphone.

GPS Pet Trackers
A GPS pet tracker can save your cat’s or dog’s life if it ever escapes home. After spending more than 25 hours researching and testing four trackers, including having Wirecutter staffers take them all on a trip around Manhattan and a 35-mile bike ride, we’ve found the Whistle 3 GPS Pet Tracker & Activity Monitor to be the best tracker for most pet owners. Not only is the Whistle 3 as quick and accurate at tracking as any other model we tested, but it also has the longest-lasting battery by far. This means the battery is more likely to have juice if Fido does get out, and you’ll have a better chance of tracking him.

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