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EvLeaks claims we'll see the next-gen iPhone in mid-September; iris scanning could be coming in 2018; and the Apple Car gets a new lead.
It's easy to find tips about how to catch the best Pokemon. But what you won't find is a list of all the hazardous ways people are playing Pokemon Go. Yes, there are wrong ways -- unfortunately.
We also talk about Verizon's lackluster earnings results and a wearable meant to help couples conceive.
We also discuss the kickoff of the Democratic National Convention, and San Diego Comic-Con 2016.
Is the sale of tech giant ARM to Japan's SoftBank a sign that Britain's open for business, or flogging the family silver? Plus spoiler-free thoughts on the new Trek movie, and much more.
On today's podcast, we also talk about group dating on Tinder and Apple lining its pockets with Pokemon Go cash.
We discuss the microblogging site's permanent ban of a notorious troll, lackluster interest in the iPhone 7 and a kick-ass golf cart.
And by us, we mean the press. We also talk about Pokemon Go (again) and the racist Twitter attack on "Ghostbusters" star Leslie Jones.
The Republican National Convention starts this week, but without the backing of many tech companies. Also on today's show: SoftBank's deal for ARM, and Kanye versus Taylor on social media.
Apple says it's not trying to compete with Netflix, but it is producing its own TV show. The Mac falls to No. 5 worldwide in overall shipments, but the Apple Watch is No. 1 in customer satisfaction.