It finally happened: we talked so much mobile this week that we were unable to fit in listener questions. Of course, that means we're probably now on the fast track to another Listener Question Special, but we'll cross that bridge when we get to it -- in the meanwhile, enjoy Episode 21.
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00:01:53 - LG BL40 helping to kick off Telus' HSPA network?
00:08:16 - T-Mobile USA delays Android 1.5 rollout by a few days
00:10:05 - Rootless Android 1.5 available for G1 now, with or without T-Mobile USA's help
00:14:43 - Sharp AQUOS SHOT 933SH offers 10 megapixels on a silver cellular platter
00:16:50 - Sharp's solar 936SH and 934SH with "memory LCD" headline latest SoftBank lineup
00:21:12 - KDDI au unveils summer '09 lineup: e-books, solar power, and 720p recording
00:26:28 - Palm Pre on June 6th for $200: It's official!
00:27:00 - Sprint CEO expects Palm Pre shortages, sleeping bag sales skyrocket
00:30:39 - AT&T expects to sell Palm Pre when Sprint's exclusivity ends
00:32:25 - T-Mobile, Orange bring up the obvious concerns over LTE
00:39:55 - BlackBerry Storm 2: the official unofficial hands-on
00:45:50 - RIM CEO: "SurePress is here to stay"
00:48:20 - Next iPhone to launch July 17 with OLED display and glowing Apple logo?
00:56:30 - 32GB iPhone placeholder appears at T-Mobile Austria
00:57:53 - Rogers Wireless' Dream un-safing and hands-on
01:00:20 - Rogers' HTC Dream and Magic aren't "Google phones," have Exchange support
01:07:40 - HTC Lancaster is a QWERTY slider with Android for AT&T
01:13:12 - Palm Eos on track for AT&T release second half of 2009
01:15:40 - Nokia Grouper, Mako, Snapper, and Thresher rolling deep on AT&T
01:16:55 - Motorola's Sawgrass, Android-powered Heron do the vertical slide onto AT&T?
01:17:02 - LG Monaco: AT&T's getting a WVGA WinMo7 QWERTY slider?
01:19:49 - Nokia next-gen "Rover" tablet unveiled?
01:22:40 - Nokia Ovi Store now live everywhere
01:27:33 - So long, HSPA+: AT&T "likely" moving straight from 7.2Mbps to LTE
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