MobileTechRoundup 245

Acer’s A100 arrives as the first 7-inch Android Honeycomb tablet while HP’s TouchPad gets cheaper. Plus hands on thoughts with Windows Phone 7 Mango.

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MoTR 245 is 66 minutes long and is a 57.6 MB file in MP3 format.

HOSTS: Matthew Miller (Seattle) and Kevin C. Tofel (Philadelphia)

TOPICS:

  • Acer A100 tests the 7-inch tablet waters
  • Sprint dropping BB PlayBook with WiMAX, but BB says its working on LTE model. How much does this hurt RIM?
  • RIM announces 3 touchscreen smartphones
  • HP TouchPad pricing and webOS challenges Will the 7-inch model be more appealing?
  • WP7 Mango is ripe and tasty!
  • Nokia says North America won’t get any more Symbian phones, does anyone care or will they even notice?

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3 thoughts on “MobileTechRoundup 245”

  1. Guys,

    Let’s face it. The mobile race is all over for Microsoft and no amount of wishful thinking is going to save it. The problem wasn’t Nokia in the US, but the strange American carriers. Nokia’s decision to go to Windows Phone 7 was the equivalent of ritual suicide. Nokia’s marketshare has been in a nosedive ever since the decision.

  2. Android has ignored business, Apple’s distain for all things not-apple and RIM’s ongoing issues leaves Enterprise wide open. Business for the forseeable future will need PC and Mobile. Window’s moble really gets social, and while appleTV is cute Widows media player is being migrated to non-pc devices. With that Windows will cover the bases with the flexibility that apple cannot (and will not) offer. I’m not ruling them Window’s just yet.

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