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Each week the Pocket-lint team are going to be looking at the biggest stories in tech, interviewing some really interesting people, and walking you through the big decisions you should factor in when buying the latest gadgets. 
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    Huawei laptops, B&W Px7 S2 headphones reviewed, and why not all EV charging cables are the same - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 160

    Huawei laptops, B&W Px7 S2 headphones reviewed, and why not all EV charging cables are the same - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 160

    Huawei announced a duo of new laptops this week, alongside and a pocketable pair of headphones. Pocket-lint’s deputy editor, Britta O’Boyle, travelled to Berlin to check them out and returned to spill the beans.
    Stuart then talks to Iain Herd and Graham O’Reilly, the founders of Wottz, a company that specialises in making and selling cables for electric vehicles. It turns out not all cables are the same and your choices could really make a difference. 
    And finally, senior news editor Rik Henderson has been testing the Bowers & Wilkins Px7 S2 ANC headphones. Can the upgraded offering do the trick?
    00:50 - Britta details the Huawei launch in Berlin
    07:16 - Interview with Iain Herd and Graham O’Reilly of Wottz
    20:06 - Rik gives his verdict on the Bowers & Wilkins Px7 S2 headphones 
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    Hosted by Stuart Miles
    Production and editing by Stuart Miles
    Guests: Britta O’Boyle, Rik Henderson, Iain Herd, and Graham O’Reilly
    Music by Lee Rosevere - Let's Start at the Beginning and Southside

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    • 25 min
    Paramount+, Valve Steam Deck reviewed, and home EV charging - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 159

    Paramount+, Valve Steam Deck reviewed, and home EV charging - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 159

    Paramount+ launched in the UK this week, with the latest big brand streaming service offering a plethora of new shows for Brits to watch, including Halo and Star Trek: Strange New Worlds. Pocket-lint’s senior news editor, Rik Henderson, gives us his lowdown on the new platform and whether or not you should subscribe.
    Meanwhile, Stuart talks to Charlie Cook, the founder of Rightcharge, a handy website that gives advice on the best EV home charger for your needs and the best electric tariff to run it on.
    And finally, Pocket-lint contributing editor Adrian Willings tells us how he’s been getting on with the Steam Deck, the portable PC that's only slightly bigger than a Nintendo Switch.
    00:52 - Rik talks about the Paramount+ launch in the UK
    07:38 - Interview with Charlie Cook of Rightcharge
    21:19 - Adrian gives his verdict on the Valve Steam Deck
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    Hosted by Stuart Miles
    Production and editing by Stuart Miles
    Guests: Rik Henderson, Adrian Willings, Charlie Cook
    Music by Lee Rosevere - Let's Start at the Beginning and Southside

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    • 28 min
    The Toyota bZ4X reviewed, Summer Games Fest, and the future of AI in care homes - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 158

    The Toyota bZ4X reviewed, Summer Games Fest, and the future of AI in care homes - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 158

    The Summer Games Fest, which replaces the traditional E3 games convention again this year, has kicked off this week with big announcements from Microsoft and Capcom amongst others. Pocket-lint’s Max Freeman-Mills has been following all the big announcements and joins Stuart to discuss what’s happened so far. 
    Meanwhile Stuart has been talking to the founder of Kepler Vision, a company that has created the first artificial intelligence that promises to help look after the well-being of humans at night. 
    And finally, Pocket-lint’s editor Chris Hall joins Stuart to discuss how he’s been getting on with the new all-electric Toyota bZ4X crossover car. Following the huge success of the Prius over the last 25 years, can the company do the same with this model? Stay tuned to find out. 
    00:50 – Max talks about all the big announcements from Summer Games Fest
    07:16 - Interview with Harro Stokman
    20:06 – Chris gives his verdict on the Toyota bZ4X electric car
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    Hosted by Stuart Miles
    Production and editing by Stuart Miles
    Guests: Max Freeman-Mills, Chris Hall, Harro Stokman
    Music by Lee Rosevere - Let's Start at the Beginning and Southside

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    • 27 min
    Apple WWDC event special - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 157

    Apple WWDC event special - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 157

    Apple held its annual developer conference, WWDC, in Cupertino this week, which Stuart attended. The company revealed plenty of new features coming with updates to its various software platforms, including macOS, iOS, iPadOS and WatchOS. 
    An updated MacBook Air with Apple's new M2 silicon was announced too, plus a tease on the future of Apple CarPlay.
    Joining Stuart to discuss all the news and what it means for you are Pocket-lint’s Britta O’Boyle and Rik Henderson.
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    Hosted by Stuart Miles
    Production and editing by Stuart Miles
    Guests: Britta O’Boyle and Rik Henderson
    Music by Lee Rosevere - Let's Start at the Beginning and Southside

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    • 35 min
    Augmented reality, eSports coaching, and Sony WH-1000XM5 reviewed - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 156

    Augmented reality, eSports coaching, and Sony WH-1000XM5 reviewed - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 156

    Augmented reality has so far struggled to make significant ground when it comes to consumer use. However, several big companies are now taking it seriously, with Qualcomm and, reportedly, Apple set to invest time and a whole lot of money into devices. Pocket-lint's editor, Chris Hall, joins host Stuart to discuss the technology and whether this is the time for AR to shine.
    In addition, Stuart talks with Edgar Chekera, the head of performance at Guild Esports, about how he goes about getting the most from some of the biggest eSports stars and how you can adopt the techniques he uses to improve your own gaming prowess. 
    And finally, Chris returns to tell us how he’s been getting on with Sony’s latest ANC headphones, with a review of the Sony WH-1000XM5.
    00:59 - Chris details the current state of the AR industry
    08:45 - Interview with Edgar Chekera  
    21:22 - Chris gives his verdict on the Sony WH-1000XM5 headphones
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    Hosted by Stuart Miles
    Production and editing by Stuart Miles
    Guests: Chris Hall, Edgar Chekera 
    Music by Lee Rosevere - Let's Start at the Beginning and Southside

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    • 26 min
    Huawei smartwatch launch, in-car tech, and the Dyson Zone reviewed - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 155

    Huawei smartwatch launch, in-car tech, and the Dyson Zone reviewed - Pocket-lint podcast ep. 155

    Huawei held a flagship product launch this week, where it revealed a new foldable in the shape of the Mate Xs 2 and a couple of smartwatches. Pocket-lint contributing editor Cam Bunton was at the event in Milan so joins host Stuart to explain all. 
    We then talk to Ned Curic, the chief technology officer of leading automotive group Stellantis, the parent company of Peugeot, Citroën and Vauxhall. He explains why tech is so important to our cars and what’s in store for the future.
    And finally, deputy editor Britta O’Boyle joins Stuart to discuss Dyson Zone, the wacky-looking, air-purifying headphones that promise to not only block out your noisy commute, but help you block pollution too.
    00:49 – Cam details the Huawei smartphone and smartwatches launch from Milan
    05:55 - Interview with Ned Curic, CTO at Stellantis 
    22:54 – Stuart and Brit give their verdict on Dyson Zone
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    Hosted by Stuart Miles
    Production and editing by Stuart Miles
    Guests: Cam Bunton, Britta O’Boyle, Ned Curic
    Music by Lee Rosevere - Let's Start at the Beginning and Southside

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