Hosts: Joshua Topolsky, Nilay Patel, Paul Miller
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Love Will Tear Us Apart
00:05:30 - Samsung Galaxy S II official: dual-core 1GHz CPU, 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus, coming this month (hands-on with video)
00:05:50 - HTC Incredible S, Desire S, and Wildfire S video hands-on
00:06:00 - Samsung Galaxy S WiFi 5.0 preview (video)
00:16:22 - Qualcomm promises Netflix streaming support on 'future Android devices' with Snapdragon
00:16:43 - Android-powered LG Revolution caught streaming Netflix at MWC (video)
00:23:02 - Next version of Android will combine Gingerbread and Honeycomb, arrive on a six-month cycle
00:23:58 - The Sony Ericsson Xperia Play (update: video and full spec sheet!)
00:24:25 - Sony Ericsson touts Xperia Play multiplayer gaming, promises 50 titles at launch
00:24:40 - Sony Ericsson Xperia Play available in March, on Verizon in 'early spring'
00:35:26 - LG Optimus 3D hands-on
00:44:48 - HTC's Facebook-worshipping phones headed to AT&T later this year
00:46:20 - HTC Salsa and Chacha bring the dedicated Facebook button to Android (update: eyes-on)
00:51:30 - Motorola Xoom vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 vs. LG G-Slate -- battle of the Tegra 2 Honeycomb tablets
00:52:08 - Motorola Xoom price official: $799 unsubsidized on Verizon, $600 for WiFi-only
00:53:00 - Motorola's Sanjay Jha on Xoom: 'Our ability to deliver 4G justifies the $799 price point'
00:59:10 - HTC launches 1.5GHz, 7-inch Android 2.4 Flyer into the tablet wars (update: hands-on video!)
00:59:48 - HTC Flyer tablet hits Amazon.de for 669 euros
00:59:55 - The stylus isn't dead: more pen-based tablets and apps coming this year
01:05:01 - Exclusive: Sony 'S1' PlayStation tablet (updated)
01:06:02 - Nokia: 'Our first priority is beating Android'
01:06:20 - Eric Schmidt: 'We certainly tried' to get Nokia to use Android
01:06:40 - HTC CEO Peter Chou on Microsoft / Nokia partnership: 'it'll make the ecosystem stronger'
01:07:00 - The Engadget Interview: Microsoft's Aaron Woodman talks Windows Phone 7 and Nokia
01:07:30 - Windows Phone 7's multitasking uses zoomed-out cards to check on your apps
01:08:50 - Microsoft Rally Ball demo shows Windows Phone 7, Kinect, Xbox Live living in perfect harmony (video)
01:09:10 - Microsoft shows off WP7's future with multitasking, Twitter integration, and IE9, all coming this year
01:12:40 - Nokia's marginalization of MeeGo came as a surprise to Intel
01:13:58 - Intel's Otellini insists company is committed to MeeGo, says he 'understood' why Nokia moved to Microsoft
01:14:25 - Editorial: Intel keeps pushing MeeGo, but why?
01:14:50 - Intel shows off more of its MeeGo Tablet UI, still needs lots of work
01:27:50 - Motorola Atrix 4G review
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- Key specs
- Type Smartphone
- Operating system Android (Gingerbread [2.3])
- Screen size 2.6 inches
- Camera 5 megapixels
- Talk time 2G (up to 7.5 hours), 3G (up to 6.67 hours)
- Dimensions 4.5 x 2.54 x 0.42 in
- Weight 4.37 oz
- Released 2011-06-26
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Linux Foundation MeeGo
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