Engadget Podcast: The rise of foldable competitors for Samsung

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This episode, Cherlynn is joined by senior writer Sam Rutherford and senior commerce editor at Wired Julian Chokkattu to talk about our reviews of the Pixel Fold. Will the recent spate of foldables by companies like Motorola and Google give Samsung some real competition and motivation to step up its game? We can only wait to find out. Samsung is holding its next Galaxy Unpacked in late July, and we’ll see what it will unveil then. This episode, we also take a look at the latest addition to the Google Graveyard and the state of the podcast industry.

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Topics

  • Google’s Pixel Fold is the challenger Samsung needs – 1:22

  • Google has given up on making its own AR glasses, will focus on AR software – 38:50

  • Automotive organization SAE will create a standard version of Tesla’s charging plug for EVs – 45:19

  • SiriusXM will shut down widely used podcast app Stitcher on August 29 – 52:11

  • RIP John Goodenough, inventor of the lithium-ion battery – 54:53

  • Working on – 56:01

  • Pop culture picks – 59:02

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Credits
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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