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Apple's quarterly earnings have fallen for the first time since 2003. As iPhone sales slow, what are the ramifications for Cupertino? Is Nokia getting into the smartwatch game by buying up Withings? Google is bringing Android app support to Chromebooks, but will we ever see Android and Chrome OS merge?
We've been hard at work covering news stories and producing the next generation of phone reviews. We recently started a new series of videos delving deeper into camera performance and phone comparisons, and of course we'll be tackling your questions and comments. Make sure you're charged and ready! It's time for episode 198 of the Pocketnow Weekly!
Watch the video broadcast from 2:00pm Eastern on April 28th, or check out the high-quality audio version starting this weekend. And don't forget to shoot your listener mail to podcast [AT] pocketnow [DOT] com for a shot at getting your question read aloud on the air!
Pocketnow Weekly 198
Recording Date
April 28, 2016
Juan Bagnell
Stephen Schenck
Jules Wang
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The Rundown
Will the iPhone 7 be the iPhone Pro?
Mid-Range Blackberry phones get the blurry cam treatment.
Smartwatch sales stay warm...
... and Nokia looks to enter the smartwatch market.
Google is helping developers put Android apps on Chromebooks, but will Chrome OS and Android ever merge?
Google and Microsoft agree to a truce.
iPhone sales slowing. What are the ramifications of Apple's worst fiscal quarter since 2003?
Listener Mail
Listener questions this week from Norbert, Josh, and Zack
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