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Summary:

Join Matt and Kevin live for this week’s mobile tech podcast where they’ll discuss Google Voice number porting, new iOS gestures and what that could mean to new iOS devices, and the return of the Sidekick! Participate in the show via the live chat room.

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MoTR 228 is 56:50 minutes long and is a 54.6 MB file in MP3 format.

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

TOPICS:

  • New iOS gestures = paving way for buttonless iPhone with a bigger screen?
  • What happened to the Nokia X7 and how much does it matter?
  • Google Voice is great, but now that number porting is here, who will do it.
  • Yes Kevin sold his iPad and the Nexus One is on the block too.
  • T-Mobile announces Samsung Galaxy S 4G, so you have to buy a device to get Froyo?
  • Return of the Sidekick – with mo’ Android!
  • Freeware of the week Talkatone for iOS (Google Talk chat and Google Voice calls over 3G or WiFi)

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  1. You guys are driving me nuts so I have to get this out of my system. I’ll do it here and hope hope you’ll see it.

    You CANNOT say that you should be satisfied with the OS you have when you buy the phone. Features, yes. But service updates too? I absolutely want security fixes and bug fixes and I am not even getting those.

    What virus or security breach will it take before companies will start paying attention to these updates? At the current rate of things it will take a breach that will destroy android for good the minute it hits.

    Call me paranoid but I worry about the security of my data, my phone bill, the ability to use my device without running into bugs and I really worry about a breach that will destroy the reputation of Android forever. The current situation of phones running outdated OSs with known bugs is a total hotbed for this to happen.

    I am sorry. I will not purchase an Android phone knowing that I will not get service updates. OS version updates we can argue about, but this everyone including all of you opinion leaders should stand firm on!!!

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