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This was one for the history books! What an amazing event — we did a record episode and recorded it right after Wednesday's event so check it out and let us know what you think.
Why are we talking politics? Why are we talking about planes? Why are we even recording our talking? Tune-in for the biggest and best BGR Show ever with special guest who's new-to-the-show, Zachary Epstein. Huge thanks to Casper for sponsoring our show this week! I have been sleeping on a Casper mattress for a couple months and it's the best mattress I ever tried. Better than all of my previous multi-thousand dollar foam mattresses. The best part is Casper mattresses start at $500 and you can get $50 off your order by visting http://casper.com/bgr and using the discount code BGR.
This week Jonathan & Zach are back. And there's some hot dog pizza news. Plus, Apple's huge fall event is just around the corner and it comes at a time when Android seems to be losing steam. Or is that just in Jonathan's mind?
In this week's episode of The BGR Show podcast, I'm joined by Zachary Epstein the Third. Apple Music is finally here — and we're loving it.
Quick note: I profoundly apologize for my microphone audio. When we were recording, it used my iMac microphone and not my Neumann, and I am embarrassed. This isn't an accurate representation of the podcast experience for The BGR Show, and I hope you can one day forgive me for this egregious error.
In this week's episode of The BGR Show podcast, I finally talk about my favorite pair of headphones after trying 10 of them, there's a whole new round of fresh iPhone rumors, and how Apple Watch could be changing the fitness game.
In this week's episode of The BGR Show podcast, WWDC is on our mind with the huge announcements of iOS 9, OS X 10.11, watchOS 2, and Apple Music. Also Zach finally admits that Jonathan is right about everything. It's glorious.
This week Jonathan and Zach preview WWDC, Apple's (hopefully) amazing new music streaming service, and more.
This week's show is filled with what you'd expect, but there's also some exclusive information on the coming war for audio in your home.
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We're not talking about the Apple Watch. Instead, we talk about Microsoft's amazing HoloLens product, LG's flagship G4 smartphone, Twitter being a complete disaster, and also this new wearable gadget I bought that is not called Apple Watch.
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It's Apple Watch week everybody! Aren't you excited? I'm excited. Did you know I was excited? Zach Epstein joins to talk about the new MacBook, his favorite PAID iPhone apps now FREE for a limited time (!!), Star Wars trailer, and Tidal, the huge failure of a music service led by S dot Carter.
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This week based on listener request, I review and offer up thoughts on the hottest Android devices of the year, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge and the HTC One M9.
I also talk about my recent trip to Napa. And what episode would be complete without Apple Watch mentions?
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Rene Ritchie from iMore joins this week to talk about his hands-on impressions of Force Touch, the Apple Watch strategy, new MacBook, and the live-streaming app called Meerkat.
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Is Apple finally introducing a streaming TV service? How about Nintendo making games for iOS and Android? And why is Microsoft getting rid of the Internet Explorer brand? Those are the three main topics in this week's show, with Zach Epstein joining me again as guest.
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