Engadget Mobile Podcast 030: Friday @ CES 2010 - 01.08.2010

Trent Wolbe
T. Wolbe|01.08.10

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Engadget Mobile Podcast 030: Friday @ CES 2010 - 01.08.2010

Chris Ziegler. Sean Cooper. Together, again, at last - and this time, even in the same goshdarn room! Get the raw, uncensored take on new mobile communications technology developments from companies like Palm, LG, Samsung, and Sony! Almost live and direct from the showroom floor: It's the Engadget Mobile Podcast, CES Edition 2010, Volume 1.0. Live it, breathe it. Get inside that new-phone smell. Become your mobile dream.

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

01:55 - HTC Smart hands-on
10:43 - Motorola Backflip hands-on
17:17 - Live from Palm's CES 2010 press event
18:30 - Palm Pixi Plus: WiFi-equipped and heading to Verizon
19:17 - Palm introduces Palm Pre Plus: 16GB, coming to Verizon on January 25th
25:24 - Palm gets serious about 3D gaming on webOS
27:57 - Palm swings open doors to App Catalog's innards
30:37 - Rogers and HTC give up: Magic will see Android 2.1, but Dream gets a pass
32:25 - Sony Ericsson's 'Robyn' pops into the limelight -- an X10 mini?
37:50 - Samsung Bada S8200 and Galaxy2 may match Nexus One's specs
40:10 - Parrot AR.Drone hands-on: a quadricopter for the rest of us
41:30 - LG Rumor Touch launches for Sprint
41:40 - LG Lotus Elite hops from a Las Vegas billboard right to Sprint retail
44:00 - Sprint Overdrive 4G mobile hotspot unboxing and hands-on

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