Vector is a news and analysis show focusing on the biggest stories, hottest trends, and most important issues in technology, past, present, and future. On this week's show, Ben Bajarin of Techpinions joins Rene to talk about the Amazon Fire Phone, why it was made and who it was made for, and what it means for Google's Android and Apple's iPhone.
- Amazon Fire Phone
- Mobile Opportunities and Challenges In the Android Ecosystem
- Answering the 64-Bit Question
- Amazon announces perplexing Fire Phone, matters nothing for Apple and iPhone
- Rene Ritchie of Mobile Nations
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