Welcome to episode 149 of the Ausdroid podcast!
The Nexus 6P is still experiencing some issues on the Telstra network, and with a number of owners (including our own Scott Plowman) ready to return the phone Google and Huawei are taking the issue seriously. We also take a look at the launch of TAG Heuer’s “Connected” watch (the most expensive Android Wear device you can currently buy), and spend a lot of time talking about Apple – specifically Apple Music, which is pretty good! Controversy.
With Jason Murray, Dan Tyson and Duncan Jaffrey
- Google acknowledges Nexus 6P issues on Telstra; working with Huawei to resolve them
- TAG Heuer Connected smartwatch
- Apple Music for Android goes live on Google Play
- GDG DevFest Sydney 2015
- CommBank Tap and Pay now supports credit cards
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