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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