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We survived Mobile World Congress and have lived to podcast another day — only to nearly be derailed by some specious YouTube issues. But soldier on, we shall! Up this week, we recap the best of MWC, see what's up with Pebble 2.0, the latest HTC leaks — and of course we tackle plenty of your questions. All while playing a few rounds of QuizUp. Join us!
Thing 1: Journey to the Samsung Galaxy
- Is hating on the new Galaxy the new hating on the new iPhone?
- MCould Samsung go all-out with a 'Galaxy S5 Prime' later this year?
- Three UK outs Galaxy Gear 2's pricey price
- Quick comparison: Samsung Gear 2 versus Galaxy Gear
Thing 2: Great things not made by Samsung
- Let's talk about HTC's next big thing
- Sony just might have the best flagship of 2014 in the Xperia Z2
- LG's G Pro 2 is bigger and better
Thing 3: Even more stuff
- From the Editor's Desk: Second thoughts ...
- Pebble 2.0 finally available for Android
- Alex hates the Moto X
- Jerry hates the Nokia X
- Vine hates XXX
- Google now Launcher hits Google Play
- Samsung's Chromebook 2 made official: stitched leather and ARM processors
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