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5/7/2020

New Sonos speakers, MateBook X Pro reviewed, and we talk to the inventor of a lamp for dyslexia sufferers - Pocket-lint ep. 52

Season 2, Ep. 52
Well here we are, at episode 52 of our weekly Pocket-lint Podcast - we’ve made it to our 1st year anniversary. We hope you’ve enjoyed listening to it as much as we’ve enjoyed making it.It the last 12 months we’ve learnt so much and had some amazing guests, so make sure you check out our previous episodes.This week, senior editor of news, Rik, furnishes us with all the details from Sonos' major range refresh, including the Sonos Arc soundbar, new version of the Sub, Sonos Five speaker, and next generation Sonos S2 software.Stuart then talks to the inventor of a new desk lamp that can help dyslexic sufferers read normally for the first time.And, Pocket-lint reviews editor Mike, joins to give his verdict on the Huawei MateBook X Pro laptop. Does it benefit from the new 10thGeneration Intel processor? Stay tuned to find out.You can find out more detailshere.01:00 - Rik and Stuart talk Sonos launch6:50 - Jean-Baptiste Fontes interview16:54 - Mike reviews the Huawei MateBook X Pro laptopVisit us atpocket-lint.com, check out our latest videos atyoutube.com/pocketlintcomand sign up to our daily newsletter atpocket-lint.com/info/newsletter.*** Please also take the time to rate and review us onApple Podcastsor wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks! ***Hosted by Stuart MilesProduction and editing by Stuart MilesGuests: Rik Henderson, Mike Lowe, and Jean-Baptiste FontesMusic by Lee Rosevere -Let's Start at the BeginningandSouthside
4/30/2020

Google Meet, contact tracing, and DJI Mavic Air 2 reviewed - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 51

Season 2, Ep. 51
This week, we've got all the latest details on the big announcements from the world of video calling. That includes Zoom's new software update, Google Meet turning into a free service, and how others are trying to keep in the game.Stuart also talks to anthropologist Genevieve Bell, a distinguished professor at the Australian National University and vice president of Intel, about how we're changing the way we interact with tech. She also explains what coming out of lockdown means and how we could use contact tracing to make that a reality.And finally, our associate editor of Pocket-lint, Cam, reviews the DJI Mavic Air 2 drone. It's just been announced, so we've been going through the steps to get it into the air and find out whether it's worth your cash.00:50 - Chris and Stuart talk Google Meet06:10 - Genevieve Bell interview25:30 - Cam reviews the DJI Mavic Air 2 droneVisit us atpocket-lint.com, check out our latest videos atyoutube.com/pocketlintcomand sign up to our daily newsletter atpocket-lint.com/info/newsletter.*** Please also take the time to rate and review us onApple Podcastsor wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks! ***Hosted by Stuart MilesProduction and editing by Stuart MilesGuests: Chris Hall, Cam Bunton, and Genevieve BellMusic by Lee Rosevere -Let's Start at the BeginningandSouthside
4/23/2020

iPhone SE reviewed, Motorola Edge, and saving our coral reefs - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 50

Season 2, Ep. 50
This week, we've got details on the new Motorola Edge flagship smartphone, talk to Intel and Accenture about how they are working with the Sulubaaï Environmental Foundation to monitor coral reefs using AI, and associate editor Dan joins Stuart to talk about how he's been getting with the new Apple iPhone SE.We also wanted to tell you about our plant a tree initiative we've launched.Pocket-lint has teamed up with Resideo - the new home of Honeywell Home - to plant trees in your name for free. We've already planted1,000 trees, but we want to plant 3,000 more with your help and on your behalf.If we can reach our target of 3,000 trees, it will mean we're offsetting around 900 carbon tonnes. That's the equivalent of over 1,000 return flights from Los Angeles to London, or the average CO2 a family of four uses over 150 years!To help us help the environment, all you have to do is tell us the Mac address of a Honeywell smart thermostat that is active in your home or office. The thermostat can be already installed and being used or completely new - but it must be active and you must tell us before the end of April (30 April 2020).You can find out more detailshere.00:30 - Mike and Stuart talk Motorola Edge05:40 - Patrick Dorsey from Intel and Jason Mitchell from Accenture talk planet saving19:00 - Stuart reviews the Apple iPhone SE smartphoneVisit us atpocket-lint.com, check out our latest videos atyoutube.com/pocketlintcomand sign up to our daily newsletter atpocket-lint.com/info/newsletter.*** Please also take the time to rate and review us onApple Podcastsor wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks! ***Hosted by Stuart MilesProduction and editing by Stuart MilesGuests: Dan Grabham, Mike Lowe, Patrick Dorsey, and Jason MitchellMusic by Lee Rosevere -Let's Start at the BeginningandSouthside
4/16/2020

iPhone SE, OnePlus 8 Pro reviewed, and Dell talks sustainability - Pocket-lint podcast ep 49

Season 2, Ep. 49
This week, Pocket-lint's associate editor Dan joins host Stuart to discuss the new Apple iPhone SE smartphone. Will it turn heads?Stuart also catches up with Dell's head of international sustainability, Louise Koch, to talk about how the company approaches eco-friendliness with its products. They also talk about Dell's plans for the future, and how it is already changing the way the company builds and designs its computers.Finally, fresh from the launch of the OnePlus 8, Pocket-lint's Cam talks about the new smartphone range and his experiences when using the 8 and 8 Pro.We also wanted to tell you about our plant a tree initiative we've launched.Pocket-lint has teamed up with Resideo - the new home of Honeywell Home - to plant trees in your name for free. We've already planted1,000 trees, but we want to plant 3,000 more with your help and on your behalf.If we can reach our target of 3,000 trees, it will mean we're offsetting around 900 carbon tonnes. That's the equivalent of over 1,000 return flights from Los Angeles to London, or the average CO2 a family of four uses over 150 years!To help us help the environment, all you have to do is tell us the Mac address of a Honeywell smart thermostat that is active in your home or office. The thermostat can be already installed and being used or completely new - but it must be active and you must tell us before the end of April (30 April 2020).You can find out more detailshere.00:55 - Dan and Stuart talk Apple iPhone SE08:50 - Louise Koch interview21:04 - Cam reviews the OnePlus 8 Pro smartphoneVisit us atpocket-lint.com, check out our latest videos atyoutube.com/pocketlintcomand sign up to our daily newsletter atpocket-lint.com/info/newsletter.*** Please also take the time to rate and review us onApple Podcastsor wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks! ***Hosted by Stuart MilesProduction and editing by Stuart MilesGuests: Dan Grabham, Cam Bunton, and Louise KochMusic by Lee Rosevere -Let's Start at the BeginningandSouthside
4/9/2020

Zoom tips, Mini Electric and Resideo interviewed - Pocket-lint Podcast 48

Season 2, Ep. 48
This week, Pocket-lint's editor Chris joins host Stuart to talk about the phenomenon that isZoom, and how it is helping us all keep in touch while we stay at home during lockdown.Also, as part ofPocket-lint's sustainability month, Stuart chats with Honeywell's Andrew Hurst and Krzysztof Meinicke about how smart heating can save you bundles, while helping the planet by lowering your energy consumption.And finally, Chris returns to give you his verdict onMini Electriccar.We also wanted to tell you about our plant a tree initiative we've launched.Pocket-lint has teamed up with Resideo - the new home of Honeywell Home - to plant trees in your name for free. We've already planted1,000 trees, but we want to plant 3,000 more with your help and on your behalf.If we can reach our target of 3,000 trees, it will mean we're offsetting around 900 carbon tonnes. That's the equivalent of over 1,000 return flights from Los Angeles to London, or the average CO2 a family of four uses over 150 years!To help us help the environment, all you have to do is tell us the Mac address of a Honeywell smart thermostat that is active in your home or office. The thermostat can be already installed and being used or completely new - but it must be active and you must tell us before the end of April (30 April 2020).You can find out more detailshere.00:43 - Chris and Stuart talk Fitbit Charge 47:11 - Andrew Hurst and Krzysztof Meinicke interview24:04 - Cam reviews the Beats Powerbeats headphonesVisit us atpocket-lint.com, check out our latest videos atyoutube.com/pocketlintcomand sign up to our daily newsletter atpocket-lint.com/info/newsletter.*** Please also take the time to rate and review us onApple Podcastsor wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks! ***Hosted by Stuart MilesProduction and editing by Stuart MilesGuests: Chris Hall, Andrew Hurst, and Krzysztof MeinickeMusic by Lee Rosevere -Let's Start at the BeginningandSouthside
4/2/2020

Fitbit Charge 4, Powerbeats reviews, and we talk to Forest Carbon - Pocket-lint podcast ep 47

Season 2, Ep. 47
This week, the Fitbit Charge 4 has launched and Pocket-lint's editor Chris joins host Stuart to discuss the new fitness tracker. It add GPS for the first time, so is a big deal for Fitbit.Also, as part of Pocket-lint's Sustainability Month, Stuart chats with the co-founder of Forest Carbon, Stephen Prior, about how we can all plant many more trees to offset our carbon footprints and help save the planet.And finally, our contributing editor Cam Bunton gives us his verdict on the all-new Beats Powerbeats wireless earphones.While we have your attention, we also want to tell you about our plant a tree initiative we've launched:Pocket-lint has teamed up with Resideo - the new home of Honeywell Home - to plant trees in your name for free. We've already planted1,000 trees, but we want to plant 3,000 more with your help and on your behalf.If we can reach our target of 3,000 trees, it will mean we're offsetting around 900 carbon tonnes. That's the equivalent of over 1,000 return flights from Los Angeles to London, or the average CO2 a family of four uses over 150 years!To help us help the environment, all you have to do is tell us the Mac address of a Honeywell smart thermostat that is active in your home or office. The thermostat can be already installed and being used or completely new - but it must be active and you must tell us before the end of April (30 April 2020).You can find out more detailshere.01:51 - Chris and Stuart talk Fitbit Charge 407:06 - Stephen Prior interview20:41 - Cam reviews the Beats Powerbeats headphonesVisit us atpocket-lint.com, check out our latest videos atyoutube.com/pocketlintcomand sign up to our daily newsletter atpocket-lint.com/info/newsletter.*** Please also take the time to rate and review us onApple Podcastsor wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks! ***Hosted by Stuart MilesProduction and editing by Stuart MilesGuests:Chris Hall, Cam Bunton, andStephen PriorMusic by Lee Rosevere -Let's Start at the BeginningandSouthside