February 5, 2011

MobileTechRoundup 230

Category: Podcast — admin @ 9:16 am

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MoTR 230 is 59 minutes long and is a 54.1 MB file in MP3 format.

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


  • Custom kernel and ROM on Galaxy Tab: new apps, iPad-like performance
  • Now we can talk about the Dell Streak 7
  • Did AT&T hose up the Atrix Laptop Dock pricing and requirements?
  • Verizon stops pre-orders of iPhone 4 after just one day.
  • HTC Inspire 4G on AT&T for $99.99
  • T-Mobile reveals more on Galaxy S 4G and G-Slate with 3D display
  • Hands-on with the Dell Venue Pro and how Matt has a 32GB model
  • What will Palm/HP show off next week?
  • Other topics TBD via the live chat participants!

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1 Comment

  1. Sorry Matt but when you said the Dell Streak 7 was something Like what we have I A knew it was a Android Tablet and because of the process of elimination I knew it was the Dell Streak 7 and I did not see anything on Twitter.
    Oh Nokia I lovve them so much but they need to do something to put an end to the tech-news backlash and get back on top. My first smartphone was a Nokia E71x and to note I had an iPod Touch before that and I used it as a phones less smartphone. The problems with that phone were the lack of apps witch I need on my phone and the lack of compatibility to other Nokia software thanks to AT&T ( so I am glad the x7 or what ever it was, was canceled). Secondly problem that I had was that it was not touch and I did not know that touch is so important to my favorable user experience. when i use my Nokia and iPhone I can not see much a difference in the UI witch is an app luncher in folders and the Nokia has home screen with has at a glance info witch so many people download Lock info witch is basically built into Symbian. So I don’t understand how people can says that the Nokia Symbian UI sucks.

    Comment by Robert Najafabadi — February 6, 2011 @ 3:37 pm

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