This week, Chris Velazco joins me, Darrell Etherington, to talk about HTC’s new One (M8) flagship smartphone, which we already like quite a bit. The new device is HTC’s big chance to make a splash in the smartphone market, and they haven’t squandered it; let’s hope consumers are willing to give it a look.
We also catch up on the Nvidia Shield, the handheld Android-powered gaming console that keeps getting better thanks to constant updates and attention from Nvidia. The latest update, due April 2, brings remote game streaming from your home gaming PC with Steam installed.
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