The Show: Episode 120 - Pixel Launcher(s)

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On this episode of the Droid Life Show, we’re recapping the past week of topics, which includes new news on the Galaxy Note 7 recall. We now know when new stock is arriving, how you can check your phone to see if it might explode, and how many reports of explosions there were. We even got an uncomfortable apology from the company on video.

Along with Note 7 stuff, we’ll share thoughts on the Pixel Launcher, Moto’s new iPhone campaign, why we don’t have any new Android Wear watches from the typical players, and more!

Join us at 11:00AM Pacific (2:00PM Eastern) for the fun.

If you miss us live, feel free to subscribe to us by following one of the links below. We have a video embed as well and will be chatting it up over at the YouTube page for the show. You can find it here.  

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