Lisa has a few hundred pictures on her iPhone. What can she do to prevent running out of space? Leo says that chances are, she has plenty of room right now. But what if she loses her phone? That's why Apple has iCloud. Lisa can turn on and enable iCloud and it will backup the images via Wi-Fi. She'll only get 5GB of storage for free, but an additional 50 GB is only about $20 a year.
Clarence is a truck driver and he's been hearing about autonomous trucks that will be coming in the future. 8,000 lbs of freight rolling down the highway with nobody behind the wheel. And they're testing them now already. Leo says it's interesting, but scary. But with sensors like the On Guard system to sense how fast a car in front of you is traveling and reacting automatically, it's only a matter of time before this happens.
Robert is looking to get the new Google Nexus 5X or 6P. Leo says that the Nexus brand is popular because it's a pure Android experience that gets updated quickly. How does he transfer all his data? Leo says that any mobile phone with NFC will be able to transfer all the data with "tap and go," and the rest will come from signing into Google in the cloud. Then it will restore the previous Android phone.
Leo's been using the new Google Pixel C tablet, and has some thoughts on it. The screen is nice, but the sound isn't great. It is about the size of a traditional iPad, with a 4:3 aspect ratio. It has the new USB-C connector, which Leo really likes. You can also pick up a metal keyboard for it, which allows you to treat it as a laptop that runs Android.
Dave also wants to know why the Nexus 7 slows down so much? Leo recommends doing an update. The latest versions of Android have "trim" which streamlines the RAM, making the tablet run faster. Should he upgrade to the Nexus 9? Leo says no. There are better options out there like the Samsung Galaxy Tab. The Nexus 9 is too expensive and a bit clunky.
Karen wants to get Google Fi. Leo says that Google Fi is a great because you pay as you go on the data, and you get pure Android phones. There have been reports on cracks and bending on the new Google Nexus 6 phones, but Leo says it's largely "clickbait." It's happened, but only in extreme situations. Google will replace it if it happens spontaneously. But it's not happening as often as the websites are saying it has. Leo says to just get a case.
UPDATE: After erasing the Nexus 6P and starting fresh, the issue has been resolved and the phone is running normally.
Leo got the Google Nexus 6P, and while he had high hopes for the latest Nexus phone, he finds it very disappointing.
Partnering with Google, the NY Times has put out a virtual reality edition with a custom Google Cardboard viewer and app. Leo says that while this may be the future of news, he's not sure he wants to be immersed in a news report, especially one that's coming from war torn areas of the world.