1. Samsung Galaxy Book2: An Arm chip that giveth, and taketh away
Stonking battery use is offset by a chip that restricts app usage.
2. Swappa local: A trusted local marketplace to buy and sell your used gear
For local sales, people often use Craigslist, OfferUp, or Facebook. Swappa is known for trusted exchanges of tech and is now bringing its validation processes and community to local markets.
3. Ive departs Apple, iPad OS, Chrome OS 75, and T-Mobile 5G (MobileTechRoundup show #473)
Matt's back for the most part while Jony Ive leaves Apple. Huawei may be back in business and T-Mobile releases its first 5G phone. These and other topics are covered in the latest Mobile Tech Roundup podcast.
4. RHA T20 Wireless review: 12-hour battery with option for wired or wireless connectivity
RHA Audio is well known for its high quality headsets and to give users their choice of connectivity, you can use the new T20 Wireless in either wired or wireless mode. The 12 hour battery will also keep you going for days.
5. ZAGG Messenger Folio for Apple iPad Mini 5 review: Affordable keyboard with Pencil holder
I recently went back to using an iPad, the small iPad Mini 2019, but to improve my productivity I need a keyboard. ZAGG sent along its Messenger Folio and despite the small size I am still able to crank out the words at a good clip.
6. Tablet revenue increases in Brazil
But the number of units sold saw a reduction in the first quarter of 2019, according to IDC.
7. Apple opens public beta program for iPadOS 13
iPad users who are curious what the future of computing on Apple's tablet looks like, here's your chance to get a glimpse at the future.
8. Connected cruising: Remote work options when you just can't stay away
It's always best to disconnect and recharge while on a vacation but sometimes you need to get a bit of work done. There are connectivity options on all major cruise lines with today's speeds fast enough to get you back into the sun in no time.
9. Google: We're stopping making tablets, killing off two iPad rivals in pipeline
There will be no successor to Google's Pixel Slate tablet but expect new Chrome OS laptops.
10. SIM-swap attack, iPad OS, Mate X delay, Pixel 4 reveal (MobileTechRoundup show #472)
A week from hell started when a hacker took over my SIM card and Google account and it continues today. Hopefully, this podcast serves as a PSA to prepare for an account takeover and lock down your cloud services as much as possible.
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