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Episode 63: Where Mobile is More Than A Moment.

Sean W. Nov 11, 2011 1

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Tony Hannides hosts today’s show with a focus on the mobile world.  We talk about Adobe dumping flash, HTC iTunes Sync and the Tegra 3 processor.  We give a hands on impression of the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus and a dwell deep into how Nintenedo and Sony can survive the iOS gaming juggernaut.  HTC Titan, HP and WebOS round out today’s topics.

Hosts: Tony HannidesSean Wilburn

  • 01:21 – Verizon Wireless expanding LTE into more markets
  • 03:16 – Adobe dumping mobile flash
  • 05:13 – HP and WebOS
  • 09:16 –  Tegra 3 processor
  • 20:17 – New Motorola Razr
  • 13:58 – Galaxy Tab Plus Impressions
  • 25:41- HTC Titan coming out soon for AT&T
  • 27:24 – HTC adds iTunes Sync to a couple phones
  • 30:43 – Recommended Apps and updates
  • 36:25 – Apple Self Checkout App
  • 38:06 – Jabme App
  • 42:27 – Nook Tablet and the Kindle Fire
  • 43:49 – AT&T and Nokia rumored to announce new Windows Phone CES
  • 48:02 – Sony acdepting registrations for PS Suite Registration
  • 50:25 – Nintendo portables are dead, long live the mobile 
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  • http://www.lazytechguys.com Radford C.

    Portables will never die. The only way it'll die is if the developers abandon it completely. In RE:Infinity Blade, there are lots of moves and ways to upgrade, but it's biggest problem is its lack of variety in environments and enemies. If Nintendo makes good use of their online marketplace, they can go head-to-head with iOS.