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Michael Josh launches “She said, He said” with Nicole Scott of Mobile Geeks

Full of spunk and sass!

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Tech journalists Nicole Scott and Michael Josh have a lot in common. 

They’re both entrepreneurs with tech publications, creatives who know how to work hard and play hard, nomads with roots in both the East and West, and dreamers who wish to tell stories of what our digital lifestyles look like globally. 

They both also have plenty to say. 

Sometimes, though, that’s where their similarities end. 

Among friends and colleagues, this dynamic duo is known for their impassioned debates. Now, on their new podcast, “She Said, He Said” for the first time you can listen in as they dissect the biggest stories in the world of tech, and how they’ll transform the way we work, live, and travel.

Nicole won’t admit it, but this Pollyanna can be slightly cynical – even if she’s surprisingly factual when she gets argumentative. On the flipside, Michael can be doe-eyed and idealistic, but don’t let his enthusiasm and love of tech mislead you into thinking he won’t call out bad gadgets when he sees them. 

It’s this unique combination that makes the two click, and the show interesting.

Each week, expect to hear unique perspectives, the news that matters, and a whole lot of strong opinions! This new series will tackle innovations in both hardware and software and will highlight sustainable solutions that can help drive society forward. All delivered with the sort of spunk, sass, and fun only these two can provide.

“She Said, He Said” is available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Podcasts, and everywhere else you get your podcasts. For a full rundown of subscription links visit their website.

Or, listen to the three episodes already live:

Today’s Laptops: Innovation or Gimmicks?

Is Apple just an overpriced luxury brand?

D.O.A. Is Huawei a necessary casualty of the US-China trade war?


About the hosts

Based in Berlin, Nicole Scott is the Founder of Mobile Geeks which is in both German and English. When she’s not planning her next meal or napping on a plane you can find her on Twitter @nicole_scooter Instagram @nicolescooter or find her making videos on YouTube. (at MobileGeeksde).

Michael Josh is the New York-based founder of the multiplatform tech and lifestyle channel GadgetMatch. He is a man of many hats, journalist, analyst, YouTuber, av geek, Pokémon trainer to name a few. You can find him on social media @michaeljosh and at YouTube.com/GadgetMatch.

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GadgetMatch’s Wallpaper ‘Fluid’ is a coming out story

GadgetMatch’s wallpaper for Pride Month embraces being queer

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Happy Pride Month from the GadgetMatch team!

Continuing our celebration with the LGBTQ+ community, we have one more wallpaper to share.

Introducing Fluid, the artwork explores the concept of one’s sexuality — forever changing, forever molding, and forever discovering. The rainbow pattern is speckled with grain, suggesting noise as the obstacles in the journey to self-love and self-discovery.

On another note, the words “Let Me Be Perfectly Queer” are a nod to allowing yourself to embrace your authentic self without reservations. It’s choosing to let go of painful moments — and memories — that forced you to stay silent.

Fluid reminds us to allow ourselves to grow in the love we feel, even if it’s scary and different. The artwork is designed by Philippine-based artist, Angelikah Gustilo, who is also behind No Different, the wallpaper we released previously.

“In the last semester of my third year in University, I took a class by Alfred Marasigan and Hidde van der Wall titled Art of the Queer. The course allowed me to be less afraid of my own self-exploration journey, and I’m grateful to be able to showcase these simple pieces that are the gems of wisdom I took away from the class,” said Gustilo.

Download Fluid and set it as your wallpaper for your phone, tablet, or your laptop!

SEE ALSO: GadgetMatch’s wallpaper ‘No Different’ celebrates love and queer people

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GadgetMatch’s wallpaper ‘No Different’ celebrates love and queer people

It’s all about embracing individuality

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Happy Pride Month from the GadgetMatch team!

As part of celebrating love, freedom, and the LGBTQ+ community, we’ve asked an artist to create an artwork that depicts Pride.

Angelikah Gustilo, an artist based in the Philippines, came up with No Different. To Gustilo, No Different presents queer people as people — capable of loving despite the difference in orientation.

Through geometric shapes, Gustilo presented that being queer isn’t dictated by a certain look, or a certain manner you carry yourself. It’s being different; deviating from what the majority of society thinks is normal. The larger rectangle represents the space where everyone exists, regardless of their orientation.

Download No Different and set it as your wallpaper for your phone, tablet, or your laptop!


Follow Angelikah Gustilo on Instagram.

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Galaxy S21, Unpacked: GadgetMatch welcomes 2021 with Samsung’s new smartphone

A peek at Samsung’s best

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Samsung unpacked the future when it showcased the Samsung Galaxy S21 series in its annual Unpacked event.

Despite being in a pandemic, the GadgetMatch team successfully covered Unpacked remotely. Both teams in New York and Manila had their exclusive briefings, following safety protocols in this new normal.

Galaxy S21, Unpacked

With our materials ready, our social media platforms are filled with Galaxy S21 content as soon as the clock hits 11 PM.

Even though we’re out spreading the news about the newest Galaxy, the GadgetMatch team still had their reactions aired on their respective platforms.

 

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