Episode 12 of The TechRepublic Podcast runs through the top stories in tech and then dives into a discussion of the state of the iPhone vs. Android debate.
Google is about to announce its latest Nexus devices while the Apple iPhone 6s and 6s+ are now roaming the streets. We look at what these latest devices say about the state of the smartphone market and the current wisdom of the iPhone vs. Android debate.
This week on episode 12 of The TechRepublic Podcast, Dan Patterson, Bill Detwiler, Steve Ranger, and I tell which devices we use and have been using, provide our take on phablets, and talk about Android, iPhone, BlackBerry, and even Windows Phone.
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Links to stories mentioned in the show
- Apple sells record 13 million iPhones in first weekend for 6S, 6S Plus
- Leaked presentation reveals the Nexus 6P will feature a big 3450mAh battery
- India Replaces China as Next Big Frontier for U.S. Tech Companies
- Star Wars clip showcases Facebook's immersive 360 video
- Samsung, Facebook's Oculus plan November launch for Gear VR headset, at $99