In this episode, Shawn and Ross look at the rocky revival path of two of the most stories phone brands in BlackBerry and RAZR. Plus, we look at how the coronavirus is wreaking havoc on the Mobile World Congress event at the end of the month as companies pull out, citing employee safety concerns. Finally, we catch up on Uber’s latest earnings and take on what the ride-sharing leader should keep and dump as it steps up its timeline toward profitability.
In this episode, Shawn and Ross look at Trump’s visit to the Apple facility in Austin and what the company gains from hosting the president. Next, we look at how more companies are scaling back the kinds of data they make available to partners and users. We then dive into PayPal’s purchase of Honey as it faces growing threats from mobile platform owners, and flip back to the future with a look at the reborn RAZR folding-screen phone from Lenovo’s Motorola.