In this week's episode, the guys cover the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications (CRTC) ban of locked phones; the OnePlus 5 and whether it'll be a contender; Amazon Echo in Canada (and how to make it think you're in the United States); and how the AI speakers will stack up against each other.
-Netflix is doing "choose your own adventure" content for kids
-There's a toothbrush on Kickstarter that cleans your mouth in 10 seconds
-Apple's presentation on preventing leaks got leaked
-Unicode 10 is officially released with 56 new emoji (and probably coming to iOS later this year)
Marc — Guns of Boom
Dan — Standard Ebooks: Free and liberated ebooks, carefully produced for the true book lover.
Riley — Monument Valley 2
- CRTC bans locked phones and carrier unlocking fees | Mobilesyrup
- OnePlus 5 specs | Android Central
- Google Home is launching in Canada without multi-user support | Mobilesyrup
- Netflix now lets kids choose their own adventure | Android Central
- An automatic toothbrush that looks like a mouthguard/vibrator combo
- Leaked recording: Inside Apple’s global war on leakers | The Outline
- Unicode 10 officially released with 56 new emoji, likely coming to iOS later this year | 9to5Mac