Pocketnow Weekly Episode 017: Lumia 920, HTC 8X, Leaving Android, CommBadge, DMCA Discussion & So Much More

Wed Nov 07 2012 (01:51:46)

You know the drill: another week, another overload of tech news for three geeky guys to talk about. On this exiciting episode of the Pocketnow Weekly, though, things are a little different: in addition to the usual news from the three big mobile platforms, Michael, Anton, and Joe discuss issues of major import for the industry in our broadcast's new preshow segment. Today's "Thought Thread" covers the Digital Millennium Copyright Act and its impact on smartphones and tablets, as well as a little invention called CommBadge that has the potential to bring voice interface back into the spotlight. Afterward, we talk Windows Phone -in all its colorful HTC and Nokia flavors- before delving into Android and iOS, then wrapping it up with some typically excellent listener mail.

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Pocketnow Weekly Episode 017

Recording Date

11/7/2012

 

Hosts

Michael Fisher

Anton D. Nagy

Joe Levi

 

Topic List

 

Podcast Preshow / Thought Thread (00:02:42)

The New DMCA Smartphone and Tablet Exemptions are Awful

Wearable "CommBadge" Communicator Has Roots in Geekdom, Sights on the Future

 

Windows 8/Windows Phone 8 (00:36:52)

HTC Windows Phone 8X Review

AT&T Announces New Windows Phone Details

HTC Windows Phone 8X Wireless Charging Confirmed by Leaked Verizon Document

Steve Ballmer Expects Windows Phone Volumes To "Ramp Quickly"

 

Android (00:57:24)

Why Leaving Android for Another Platform is Harder Than Ever Before

HTC and Verizon Schedule Press Event: Droid DNA?

Verizon Leak Shows Stores Prepping for Droid DNA Launch

Lenovo Android Raises the Bar with 3500 mAh Battery

 

iOS (01:27:14)

iPad Mini vs Nexus 7

Apple Reports Sales of 3 Million iPad Minis This Weekend

Listener Mail (1:37:47)

Sibin Sedlan asks about tactile touchscreen technology, and William asks for our opinion on tablets vs notebooks.

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