MWC 2014 podcast – fitbands, new smartphones and more

Which? Tech podcast

This week’s Which? Tech podcast comes live from Barcelona, where our team discuss the show’s highlights.

This week our tech experts are at MWC in Barcelona, the world’s largest tech event, where they discuss the highlights in the latest Tech Daily podcast.

Fitbands such as Samsung’s Gear Fit and Sony’s Core fitness tracker spark debate amongst our tech experts.

Both are the latest editions from these two tech giants and it seems that these latest fitbands may be the ones that set the world on fire thanks to their ability to track your steps, heart rate and more. Listen to the podcast to find out why these could be appearing on a wrist near you.

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New tablets and smartphones

Samsung launched its latest premium smartphone, the Galaxy S5, at MWC. Our experts discuss its new features and whether they want one.

Nokia also announced something different – cheap Android phones. Having been wedded to Windows Phone, we talk about the implications.

Finally, our tech experts also discuss new tablets, such as Sony’s Xperia Z2 – and why it isn’t wowing them.

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  1. Re Car Reviews
    Nowadays we rarely get the turning circle of a car as we used to.
    When we are faced with problems turning in the road or parking in a small space, the small turning circle is a great advantage particularly in towns.

    Could all car reviews give the turning circle.

    It would be of interest to see a turning circle review of small cars including electric ones, this would certainly interest me in the purchase of a city vehicle.

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