In this episode, Shawn and Ross look at the latest developments among the major carriers’ 5G rollouts, as well as how T-Mobile is keeping up its pro-consumer messaging as it retires the Sprint brand. Next, we look at Apple’s opportunity to grow the Mac’s share as it adds more homegrown tech form its iPad and iPhone lines. Finally, we explore Microsoft’s smart marketing move in working with the NBA to have fans join basketball games via Microsoft Teams on giant displays as Microsoft’s Slack competitor keeps rolling along.
Episode 45. Google Buys Fitbit, Apple Reports Earnings, and NBC’s Peacock Shows Its Feathers
In this episode, Shawn and Ross discuss Google’s acquisition of Fitbit and what it means for the company’s wearable ambitions. Then it’s on to Apple earnings where the company’s growing services have overcome slumping iPhones, and, finally, how NBC’s streaming service may have to muscle its way into a crowded field.
Episode 40. Apple Catching Up on Hardware and Pushing Ahead on Services
In this episode, Shawn and Ross discuss all the major announcements from Apple’s September event, including the evolutionary updates of the iPhone and Apple Watch and the competitively stronger iPad. Plus, we contrast content-rich Disney+ and audience-rich TV+ and end on the latest moves in the grocery battle between Walmart and Amazon.