In this episode of the Engadget Podcast, Cherlynn is joined by Sam Rutherford, a senior writer, and Julian Chokkattu, a senior commerce editor at Wired. They delve into the reviews of the Pixel Fold, examining whether the recent wave of foldable devices from companies like Motorola and Google will pose a significant threat to Samsung’s dominance and push the company to elevate its game. The anticipation builds as Samsung gears up for its upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event in late July, where the tech world eagerly awaits the unveiling of their latest offerings. The hosts also explore the latest news about Google’s recent addition to the Google Graveyard and reflect on the current state of the podcast industry.
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Topics discussed in this episode:
- Google’s Pixel Fold emerges as a worthy challenger to Samsung – (1:22)
- Google shifts focus away from developing AR glasses to concentrate on AR software – (38:50)
- SAE, an automotive organization, to establish a standardized version of Tesla’s charging plug for EVs – (45:19)
- SiriusXM’s decision to shut down the popular podcast app Stitcher on August 29 – (52:11)
- Paying tribute to John Goodenough, the inventor of the lithium-ion battery – (54:53)
- Work in progress – (56:01)
- Pop culture recommendations – (59:02)
You can also catch the livestream of the episode.
- Hosts: Cherlynn Low and Sam Rutherford
- Guest: Julian Chokkattu
- Producer: Ben Ellman
- Music: Dale North and Terrence O’Brien
- Livestream producers: Julio Barrientos
- Graphic artists: Joel Chokkattu and Brian Oh
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about foldable devices
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The Engadget Podcast episode focuses on the emergence of foldable competitors challenging Samsung, including reviews of the Pixel Fold and discussions about the motivation for Samsung to step up its game.
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The hosts of the Engadget Podcast episode are Cherlynn Low and Sam Rutherford. The guest featured in this episode is Julian Chokkattu, a senior commerce editor at Wired.
What topics are covered in this episode?
The podcast episode covers various topics, including the reviews of the Pixel Fold, Google’s shift away from AR glasses, the standardization of Tesla’s charging plug, the discontinuation of the Stitcher podcast app, and the tribute to John Goodenough, the inventor of the lithium-ion battery. It also touches on work in progress and pop culture recommendations.
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