Engadget Podcast: Diving into Amazon’s newest devices and the Apple Watch Extremely


This week, Cherlynn and Devindra dive into the huge quantities of reports from Amazon’s latest occasion. There’s a Kindle you’ll be able to write on! And Amazon additionally desires to trace your sleep on mattress. We talk about what’s fascinating about all of this gear, in addition to why we nonetheless don’t belief Amazon with a few of our information. Additionally, Cherlynn tells us what she likes (and doesn’t) in regards to the Apple Watch Extremely, and Devindra explains why the Sonos Sub Mini is a reasonably nice worth.

Keep tuned to the tip for our chat with Josh Newman, VP of Cell Innovation at Intel. He discusses Unison, Intel’s new app for sending texts and taking calls in your PC through your iPhone or Android cellphone. It’s one thing PC customers have been ready for, and it feels like Intel is critical about making it work easily.

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  • Amazon {hardware} occasion unveils a writable Kindle, QLED Hearth TV, and Alexa enhancements – 1:19

  • Google’s Search On occasion particulars new options for search and maps – 26:29

  • Apple Watch Extremely, Fitbit Sense 2, and Sonos Sub critiques – 39:54

  • Intel and Samsung debut a PC with a slidable display screen – 58:37

  • Intel’s thirteenth gen CPUs look spectacular – 59:54

  • NASA’s Dart mission might need smacked an astroid out of orbit – 1:05:32

  • Oura releases third technology sensible ring – 1:06:42

  • Engaged on – 1:07:34

  • Popular culture picks – 1:08:24

  • Intel Unison interview – 1:15:26


Hosts: Cherlynn Low and Devindra Hardawar
Producer: Ben Ellman
Music: Dale North and Terrence O’Brien
Livestream producers: Julio Barrientos
Graphic artists: Luke Brooks and Brian Oh

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