In this week’s audio podcast, we chat about the Dell Mini10 netbook and Motorola Devour, as well as the Apple patent suit against HTC. Matt’s normal Internet connection is down, but the show goes on thanks to mobile tech — and the Nokia N900.


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MoTR 199 is 34:30 minutes long and is a 31.7 MB file in MP3 format.

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


  • Mobile tech saves the day for Matt — he uses Skype on the Nokia N900 to record today’s show.
  • Goodbye Overdrive, hello Palm Pre Plus and Mobile Hotspot software service.
  • Hands on with the Motorola Devour.
  • Apple vs HTC vs Google — what’s the suite all about and is the patent system broken?
  • Impressions of the Dell Mini10 with Intel N450 platform

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  1. FYI, James voice on the recording way too soft making it hard to listen too.

  2. Great podcast guys! I’m not sure if anyone else noticed, but there appeared to be a rather substantial echo whenever someone talked.

  3. thenikjones Monday, March 8, 2010

    I noticed both the echo – particularly when James was talking about the Devour phone – and also James’s occaisional low volume – odd, as often he comes across as the loudest. Maybe trying new headphones/headsets?

    ANyway, the content was interesting as always – appreciate the good work guys.

  4. I noticed the echo too. I was using the same headphones as usual, and my recording of the audio sounded fine. Don’t know what happened. :) Gremlins, maybe.


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