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This week, your host Brad Molen is joined by Phil Nickinson (Android Central) and Russell Holly (Geek) to dig into the details of HTC's newest One smartphone. They've all spent some quality time with the M8 version of the One and can provide insight into the build quality, software performance and

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The Mobile Podcast turns 200 today and we're coming to you direct from the MWC showfloor in Barcelona, so please excuse all the background hustle and bustle. Brad Molen and crew are providing some fresh first-hand perspective about Samsung's new smartwatch line and the dimple-backed Galaxy S5 (com

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With a couple big mobile news items dropping this week, it's no surprise that Brad makes a beeline for those topics, and he enlists Engadget newcomers Chris Velazco and Emily Price to join him. With Lenovo's recent acquisition of Motorola's handset division and Google's renewed bipartisanship with

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Brad and his team of mobile-centric pals sit down for some deep talk about feelings and, of course, smartphones. Sony has launched its Xperia Z1 Compact, which scales down size but not specs, and its compatriot, the Z1S, which takes the standard Z1 into waterproof territory. Not to be outdone, Sam

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It's been a hot second, but we're back with your host Brad Molen and guest Myriam Joire for a year-in-review episode. It's been a wild ride with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 800 picking up the processing pace, Motorola joining the smartphone market with renewed vigor and John Legere's refusal to let craz

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It's a tale of two phones this week, along with their respective OSes, of course. Your host Brad Molen is joined by TechnoBuffalo's Jon Rettinger to dig deep into Nokia's 1520 and the Windows Phone OS. There's also an in-depth look at what makes Google's Nexus 5 so good (KitKat is surely part of i

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We hope you didn't wear out your sweet tooth this Halloween, because our host Brad Molen is joined by Android and Me's Taylor Wimberly for a big bite of Android 4.4 KitKat. A new Google OS wouldn't mean as much without a new reference device rollout, so we dive into the details of the Nexus 5 hand

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This week's episode centers almost entirely around Nokia, as our host Brad Molen is joined by Richard Lai and Myriam Joire to discuss these colorful Windows-based phones and tablets. Both Richard and Myriam attended Nokia's Abu Dhabi event and evidently they can't stop gushing about it, along with

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Want to go beyond the review for even more details about HTC's One Max? You've come to the right place, as Brad Molen and Richard Lai dive into all the details, from fingerprint scanning to battery life and more. Also on the topic of HTC, you'll find out if Richard got cooties by licking the gold-p

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Just what is Pocketnow's Taylor Martin carrying in his \"nerd bag\" lately? This week Brad aims to find out. From there, it's all about the best things to come this fall: wearables, curved displays, fingerprint scanners and pumpkin spice-flavored everything. So cozy up next to your heater and get to

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With Myriam off to the world of wearables over at Pebble, Brad Molen's officially in the driver's seat for the Engadget Mobile Podcast. And this week, we're talking all things Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear. Better yet, James Trew joins us to share his insight on Samsung's oversized smartphone. You

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This is it: Myriam Joire's last time serving as the host of the Mobile Podcast. If you haven't heard the news, she's taken a sweet gig as Product Evangelist for wearables startup, Pebble. We wish Myriam all the best on the new venture and expect it won't be the last time you'll hear from her on th

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Not to spoil anything, but this week is all about our post-review thoughts regarding the iPhone 5c and 5s. Fret not, though! We also spared some time for LG's latest Android handset, the G2. Ready your ears and get to streaming below. This is the Engadget Mobile Podcast. Update: We've updated the

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Aside from checking out the new iPhone 5c and 5s at this week's event in Cupertino, Myriam finally met Tim Cook face to face. How did it go? Let's just say it involved an awkward encounter with a Lumia 1020. This is the Engadget Mobile Podcast and you can get to streaming below. Hosts: Myriam Joi

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This week's episode begins with Myriam and Brad singing a Rick Astley tune -- yeah, you've been warned. Stream it below to catch their extended thoughts on the Moto X, Xperia Z Ultra, Lumia Amber update and more! Hosts: Myriam Joire, Brad Molen Producer: Joe Pollicino Music: Tycho - Coastal Bra

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Didn't get enough of the LG G2 yesterday? Good news, that's the focal point of this week's Engadget Mobile Podcast. Aside from that, Brad and Myriam reveal their extended thoughts on the Moto X, HTC One mini and MoDaCo.Switch. As always, you can get to streaming this episode below. Hosts: Myriam

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Yes, we were away for two weeks again, but geez did we get a lot of reviews done. Brad and Myriam are ready to mull over their opinions on likes of the Lumia 1020, HTC One Mini and even the new Nexus 7 -- just to name a few. Suffice it to say, we've got things covered. Sit back and enjoy nearly tw

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Yes, we've been away for a couple of weeks, but we're finally back, Engadget Mobile dwellers! Rest assured, we packed this episode with all the news we could fit into two hours -- of course, you'll have to wait until next week to hear our thoughts on the Lumia 1020! If you're living in the here an

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Who cares how fast your phone is if it doesn't have PEZ? As far as Myriam is concerned, it can even have EDGE-only data and lack built-in GPS. The burning question, however, is whether Nokia will actually implement this cutting edge sugar-dispensing tech in its Lumia 420. Okay, we're not being tot

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