Just a quick heads up that the Greatest Android Podcast in the World is getting even more great, with the addition of video RSS feeds. Now you can watch us as well as listen, thanks to the magic of moving pictures.
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Georgia and Ashley Esqueda talk Android Xoom 2, geek dating dos and don'ts, how to rock (and not rock) your BlackBerry, advice for celebrity sexters, iHelicopters and Whale Trail for iPhone and iPad, and the next creepy step towards robot apocalypse. This is Girls Gone Gadgets! [NSFW-L]
Thing 1: HTC Rezound
HTC announces the Rezound on Verizon: 'The smartphone revolution is sweeping the world'
Hands-on with the HTC Rezound
HTC Rezound Specs
Thing 2: Barnes & Noble Tablet specs, pricing leaked
Leaked: Barnes & Noble Nook Tablet release date, pricing and full specs!
Nook Color dropping to $199; new software update brings Hulu Plus, music
Somebody get a pot of coffee going and find a box of krullers -- I'm going down under on Wednesday morning. The folks at Ausdroid have graciously asked yours truly to join them for their biweekly podcast. So I said yes.
And then I realized what time it is in Australia. Whoops.
No matter. If you're just getting up on the East Coast (that'd be 6 a.m.) or just going to bed on the West Coast (that'd...
Thing 1: Latest Galaxy Nexus news
Galaxy Nexus hits Europe Nov. 17, elsewhere thereafter
Verizon's exclusive Galaxy Nexus exclusive no more?
No, the Galaxy Nexus doesn't have Gorilla Glass, and, no, that doesn't mean the phone sucks
Regarding the pre-emptive PenTile Galaxy Nexus bashing
Poll: Do you still incorrectly believe that megapixels are everything?
Thing 2: An...
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Kevin, Phil, Derek, Dan, and Rene talk Windows Phone from Mango to Tango (and Nokia!), BlackBerry DevCon and BBX superphones, Android's Ice Cream Sandwich and Galaxy Nexus, webOS and the road ahead, and iPhone 4S and Siri. This is Mobile Nations!
Thing 1: Samsung Galaxy Nexus
Samsung Galaxy Nexus announced
Samsung Galaxy Nexus launching in US, Europe and Asia this November
Three, O2 and Vodafone to carry Galaxy Nexus in the UK
Samsung Galaxy Nexus specs
Calling all speed demons - Galaxy Nexus!
Google updates Nexus site with Galaxy Nexus details
Camera rig shots reveal Galaxy Nexus with Verizon 4G LTE
Live from CTIA in San Diego
CTIA Day 1 keynote Liveblog!
Pantech Pocket hands-on
Zlango adds icons to text messaging; we go hands-on
Sneak peek at an Android-based Philips Go Gear Connect Prototype
Hands-on with the T-Mobile Springboard with Google
Hands-on with the AT&T Impulse 4G
Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0 hands on
Hands-on with the Samsung Transfix...
Thing 1: CTIA preview
Did Samsung just tease us all with a glimpse of the Nexus Prime?
Galaxy Nexus specs possibly revealed -- but they're really not the important part
Samsung bringing contact charging back to the Nexus?
First 'Nexus Prime' photo leak shows buttonless device with 720p display
'Return of the Titans' - CEOs from Sprint, Verizon and AT&T lead CTIA keynote...
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Phil, Kevin, Derek, and Rene discuss Apple's iPhone 4S event, the Nexus Prime, BlackBerry BBX and superphones, the Amazon Kindle Fire, and Amazon webOS rumors, and the hierarchy of tablet needs. This is MobileNations!
Thing 1: Ice Cream Sandwich/Nexus Something at CTIA
Samsung and Google appear poised for some possible Ice Cream Sandwich at CTIA
Ice Cream Sandwich supposedly seen in short video - is it the real deal?
Supposed 'list of files' for Verizon Nexus Prime leaked, bloatware free
Thing 2: Amazon Kindle Fire
Amazon Kindle Fire - a Q&A
Amazon Kindle Fire official at $199, ships...
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The rumors are true, folks. The Greatest Android Podcast in the World is now availble with our pretty mugs, in living color, live to tape, and all that jazz. We'll soon be combining the recorded video with our usual weekly post. But seeing as how this is the first one, we wanted to make it tad more special.
Hope you enjoy!
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If listening to a lot of podcasts and internet radio is your thing but you've yet to check out Stitcher, now is as good a time as any. The latest update brings quite a few changes to the table -- most importantly the UI as a whole has been revamped for a more fluid design. So what do you get from Stitcher? Check out the features below:
Seamless listening: Hear the latest episodes...
Thing 1: Samsung Galaxy S II
Samsung Galaxy S II Sprint Epic 4G Touch now available online from Sprint
Samsung Galaxy S II Sprint Epic 4G Touch gets the full root treatment
The top Epic 4G Touch forums
AT&T's Galaxy S II will be available Oct. 2 for $199 on contract
Thing 2: The HTC Rhyme (you know, for girls)
HTC officially announces the Rhyme for Verizon, Europe, Asia...
Our podcast feed Download Directly Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe in Zune Phil, Kevin, and Rene beta test a new video rig, survive technical problems, and talk RIM results, BlackBerry striking back, next generation Android phones, Windows 8 tablets, and a tale of two iPhones. This is Mobile Nations!
Thing 1: Droid Bionic is finally here! Motorola Droid Bionic now available from Verizon Droid Bionic extended batteryThing 2: A slew of new Sony Ericsson stuff Hands-on with the Sony Ericsson Live with WalkmanHands-on with the Sony Ericsson Xperia RayHands-on with the Sony Ericsson Xperia ActiveHands-on with the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc SHands-on with the Sony Ericsson Live DockThing 3: Cricket...
Our podcast feed Download Directly Subscribe in iTunes Subscribe in Zune Phil, Kevin, Derek, Dan, and Rene discuss why carriers keep getting in the way of our gadgets, how big a phone can get before it's a tablet, what does a $99 TouchPad fire sale means, will Windows 8 really be no compromises, the value of music lockers, and what does an Apple without Steve Jobs as CEO mean for...
Thing 1: U.S. Galaxy S II event Which Samsung Galaxy S II is right for you?Hands-on with the Sprint Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch (updated with video)Hands-on with AT&T's Galaxy S II (updated with video)Eyes on the T-Mobile Galaxy S II (updated with eyes-on video)Thing 2: New stuff out of IFA Samsung unveils Galaxy Note - a new 5.3-inch, dual-core phone with a SuperAMOLED HD displaySamsung Galaxy...
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Something you might not know about our fearless leader: In addition to being a world-class juggler, Phil (once upon a time) dabbled in old-school Windows Mobile, and even covered the Windows Phone 7 launch a year ago. And so it's little surprise that he's popped up on our sister site WPCentral's Podcast. If you missed the live show, it's an interesting mix of Windows Phone and where it stands in...
Thing 1 - Steve Jobs steps down as CEO Not Android news.Thing 2 - HP shutting down webOS device work HP to shut down webOS device operationsProject started to port Android to the TouchPadAnd the winner of the $1,500 bounty for Android on the TouchPad is ... Qualcomm?Thing 3 - HTC bootloader unlocking How unlocked is HTC's bootloader unlocking method?Thing 4 - No Galaxy S II for Verizon Verizon...