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Mobile Tech Podcast with tnkgrl Myriam Joire
tnkgrl’s Mobile Tech Podcast is the place to hear the lowdown on the nitty gritty details of what’s happening the world of mobile technology – especially smartphones, personal gadgets and even car tech. tnkgrl (Myriam Joire) has been covering tech for over a decade and was previously Engadget’s Senior Mobile Editor, host of the Engadget Mobile Podcast, and co-host of TWiT’s All About Android.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.3 stars from 19 ratings
Informative and fun
I've been a Myriam Joire fan for several years now after seeing her many times on the TWiT Network. She is very passionate about what she does, and although I don't always agree with her, I appreciate her well informed insights and opinions. She always has great information on the...Read full review »
Rick313 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/21/19
Great podcast
Thorough analysis of latest products.
arturo.cedillo via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/28/19
Myriam and her guests always inform and entertain with their special brand of tech knowledge.
johnborsellino via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 12/30/18
Recent Episodes
In this week's episode we discuss Unpacked, where Samsung launched the Galaxy Z Flip, Galaxy S20/S20+/S20 Ultra, and Galaxy Buds+. We also cover big news, like MWC being cancelled, the T-Mobile/Sprint merger, and more.
Published 02/15/20
Today's show is mostly about Moto's freshly minted G Stylus and G Power mid-range phones. We also talk about the Poco X2, a Galaxy Buds+ leak, some OnePlus 8 rumors, and the passing of BlackBerry.
Published 02/08/20
In this episode, we discuss what to expect at MWC 2020 and beyond -- from affordable 5G to under-display cameras to folding phones. We then cover a plethora of leaks/rumors.
Published 02/01/20
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