Break out the bubbly! After years of hemming and hawing, we've finally bitten the proverbial bullet and pulled the trigger on the Engadget Mobile Podcast, where you'll hear the ramblings of two neurotic, dangerously-obsessed phone guys blow off some steam week after week. Naturally, we'll be featuring the occasional special guest and contest, so be sure to keep tuning in -- and remember to shoot us your questions and comments!

For this inaugural episode, we spend a hot minute chatting up the Palm Nova and the Treo Pro, Nokia's freshly-launched N79 and N85 in the US, Kogan's ongoing efforts to get a homegrown Android set out of the door, the Nuvifone (now with an FCC seal of approval under its belt), and a couple of Storm launches up north.

Note: We don't have the iTunes, RSS, and Zune feeds sorted quite yet -- but keep an eye on this space, because we hope to have them fixed in a jiffy. Cheers!

00:01:30 - Palm OS "Nova" -- and first Nova device -- look like a lock for CES
00:27:25 - Sprint's Treo Pro coming in January along with a pink Instinct
00:35:55 - AT&T certifies Treo Pro, not to be confused with "AT&T subsidizes Treo Pro"
00:40:41 - Nokia's N85 and N79 ship Stateside at long last
00:56:10 - Kogan's Agora gets tweaked ahead of release -- in Photoshop, anyway
01:01:06 - Garmin Nuvifone gets FCC approval
01:15:25 - Bell gets in on BlackBerry Storm, one city at a time
01:16:47 - Telus Mobility officially launches BlackBerry Storm


Hosts: Chris Ziegler and Sean Cooper
Special Guest: Joshua Topolsky
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Solvent - Devices and Strategies (Ghostly International)

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