Albert wants to get Adobe Flash on his Motorola Moto X. Leo says that Adobe has stopped making mobile Flash and everyone is moving away from it because it's big, bad and buggy. HTML5 is a much better option.
If you plan on using your smartphone when traveling overseas, it may be worth checking to see if your phone is compatible with the wireless bands in that area.
Leo says the key to getting a "world phone" from Verizon is getting one that will allow a SIM chip. Also, he should make sure the phone he has is compatible with the radio frequencies of the places he's visiting. A newer iPhone would be more compatible than the iPhone 4S because the iPhone 6 is a world phone that runs LTE.
Ron's Samsung Galaxy S4 was stolen, and T-Mobile replaced it with another one. But the one he got as a replacement keeps talking to him, and he doesn't want that. He wants to take it back and get the Samsung Galaxy S6 when it comes out, if it's as good as he's heard it will be. Leo says that they haven't even been announced yet, and there's no need to wait. He can just get the Galaxy S5. Or if he likes a bigger screen, the Note 3 is a good choice. The The S6 will just be more of the same, only marginally better.
Jessie's wife is complaining that her iPhone is running out of space. Leo says that's because of all the pictures and videos she has on that 16 GB phone. Jessie says that her previous iPhone was able to store more photos and videos than her new one. Leo says it's because the camera in the new iPhone has a larger sensor and saves larger files. There's also less space thanks to iOS 8.
Chris needs to get a new smartphone and he's thinking of the Samsung Galaxy S3 or the Sharp Aquos Crystal. Leo says he's tried the Crystal and he wasn't impressed. The Galaxy SIII is a nice phone, but it's a little out of date. The Galaxy S5 is the current model. If Leo had to choose between the S3 and the Sharp Aquos Crystal, however, he would choose the S3
Dickie D is back with the Pet Cube. It's a device that allows you to play with your dog over the Internet. It allows owners to watch, talk, and play with their pet from their smartphone thanks to a built in wide-angle (138º) camera along with real time HD video. You can also talk to your pet as the camera has a built-in microphone and speaker. And you can control a laser pointer so you can move it around via remote and play with them through the Petcube mobile app on your smartphone. It's available for Android and iOS. You can also take pictures with it. $199.00.