April 24, 2010

MobileTechRoundup 206

Category: Podcast — admin @ 7:03 am

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MoTR 206 is 40 minutes long and is a 36.6 MB file in MP3 format.

HOSTS: James Kendrick (Houston), Matthew Miller (Seattle) and Kevin C. Tofel (Philadelphia)


Dell’s smartphone and tablets
HTC DROID Incredible hands on
T-Mobile announces the Garminfone running Android
Hands-on with $149 Kobo eReader
Our future phones – who’s shopping, who’s waiting?
HTC Sense on the Nexus One – impressions, is it worth the effort?
Palm’s future could be in the hands of Lenovo
B&N Nook gets games and a web browser

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  1. Beginning to think the HD2 might not be for me although I like the screen size and want to try a capacitive touch device. Have a Co-worker who switched from the iPhone to the HD2 and has some of the same lock up problems. I’ve never been without a keyboard on a phone right now I’m using a unlocked AT&T Tilt on T-Mobile. Maybe I should go with the Touch Pro2.

    Comment by Mike — April 24, 2010 @ 8:42 pm

  2. G’day from Australia guys. Love the Podcast, though wish you were a bit more balanced in representing the entire mobile market — I am hard pressed to ever find any mention or meaningful discussion of Nokia/Symbian devices, which is a shame.

    Wanted to let you know that whomever was “running” (controlling the recording of) the Podcast this week had their headphones turned up way too loud, which bled into their microphone, creating an echo on the recording. You probably already noticed this, but just in case you didn’t… :)

    Keep up the interesting talks…I always look forward to your shows.

    Kind regards,

    Ted from BlindMind.net

    Comment by Ted Mc — April 24, 2010 @ 9:52 pm

  3. Ted, thanks for the feedback (no pun intended!) After the show was recorded, we noticed the echo and determined the cause. All fixed in the next episode. :)

    Comment by motr — May 3, 2010 @ 7:59 am

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