Microsoft's new foldable devices, Fenix 6 reviewed, and Square on going cashless - Pocket-lint podcast ep 22
Microsoft this week held its annual Surface event in New York. We were expecting a fairly standard refresh of the companies various Surface range, but what we actually got was two new foldable devices and the launch of a variant of Windows 10 to run one of them. Dan has been following all the news to bring us more on the big announcements.
Meanwhile Stuart has been chatting to Jesse Dorogusker at Square. Jesse is CEO Jack Dorsey’s right hand man and the man behind Square’s hardware design. Previously the Director of Engineering for Apple's iPhone, iPad, and iPod Accessories business, we talk about how Square hopes to revolutionise payments at your local store and restaurant and how we're heading to a cashless society.
And Chris on the team walks us through the new Garmin Fenix 6. What's good, what's bad, and having run extensively with it, his verdict on whether you should get one.
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Hosted by Stuart Miles
Production and editing by Stuart Miles
Guests: Chris Hall, Dan Grabham, and Jesse Dorogusker