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Summary:

Join James, Matt and Kevin live for this week’s audio podcast where they’ll cover this week’s mobile technology news and share experiences with the latest software, hardware and web services. If you missed the live show, you can grab an MP3 audio recording.

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MoTR 215 is 50 minutes long and is a 45.7 MB file in MP3 format.

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

TOPICS:

  • Hands-on thoughts of the Motorola Droid X.
  • Should Nokia forget MeeGo and embrace Android?
  • Borders launches ebook store, Sony drops prices big time, Amazon announces DX Graphite
  • First front facing QWERTY Android device coming as T-Mobile Motorola Charm.
  • Fring video calling now supported on iPhone 4 – works over 3G and across platforms.

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  1. Steve Rowlands Sunday, July 11, 2010

    Really enjoyed listening to this on my commute to work this morning. I particularly liked your thoughts on Nokia, and their strategy going forward. Android is definetely an option, but as I thin James said, they are too stubborn to look at it. I used to love Nokia, and be an advocate of theirs, but simply cannot anymore.

    I have actually been doing some research just recently for a blog post looking into how they are doing as a company, and so far it doesn’t make good reading. The share price has had the same performance since the start of 2010 as one other major company. BP.

  2. One thing that I cannot understand from your podcast is how can you claim that Nokia N8 is going to be the only Nokia with Symbian3 OS? This way there is no point for develpers to create any apps for it.
    The statement from them was that N8 is the only N series handset and I think that makes a big difference. There are other series that Nokia makes, be it X, E or even C that most likely will carry Symbian3.
    Just thought it is worth condering…
    Great podcast BTW.

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