This week's podcast started with the best of intentions, but quickly devolved into an epic 80 something-minute marathon of 3.75G modems, femtocells, and cranky Canadian chief executives. More importantly, we've now got a live iTunes feed going, which should make everyone's day just a little brighter.

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

00:02:10 - Sony Ericsson C903 Frances
00:04:37 - Sony Ericcson C901 Filipa
00:05:05 - Sony Ericsson W395 Yao
00:07:25 - Samsung Pivot and Louve
00:14:10 - Windows Mobile 6.5 shows up on the Compulab exeda
00:00:00 - HTC's CDMA devices invited to Windows Mobile 6.5 cookout
00:00:00 - Windows Mobile 6.5 gets cooked onto HTC Raphael / Fuze
00:34:45 - Huawei's HSPA+ modem a possibility for Vodafone trials
00:44:50 - Details on AT&T's 3G MicroCell: everything but the date and price
00:50:28 - Verizon gets official with Network Extender: $249, no monthly fees
00:53:48 - Nokia ships one millionth 5800 XpressMusic, does a little dance
00:57:22 - Palm's Treo Pro now on sale at Sprint for $249.99
00:59:25 - Unofficial multi-touch support released for Android
01:05:47 - RIM CEO: Buggy smartphone software the "new reality"
01:15:55 - Telus set to launch BlackBerry Curve 8350i
01:19:35 - Bell to offer Palm Centro


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Engadget Mobile Podcast 006 - 01.28.2009