Engadget Mobile Podcast 079 - 03.12.2011

Trent Wolbe
T. Wolbe|03.13.11

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Engadget Mobile Podcast 079 - 03.12.2011
The Engadget Mobile Podcast: proving week after week after week that the mobile universe is expanding, not contracting into a fruit-shaped black hole.

Hosts: Chris Ziegler, Myriam Joire (tnkgrl), Vlad Savov
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Daestro - Light Powered (Ghostly International)

00:01:35 - Samsung Galaxy Pro combines 2.8-inch touchscreen with a portrait QWERTY keyboard, modest specs
00:24:57 - ComScore: Android leapfrogs BlackBerry among US smartphone subscribers to take first place in market share
00:39:49 - OpenFeint and The9 will stimulate devs to port their games to Android with cold hard cash
00:43:27 - Best Buy knocks Nexus S down to $100 on contract for two weeks only
00:44:00 - Nokia X1-00 is ultra cheap, ultra loud
00:54:10 - Nokia E6 spied again, shows off its touchy Symbian UI
00:56:30 - Microsoft taking 'extra time' to make sure Windows Phone 7 copy and paste update is solid, targeting late March
01:08:07 - Bloomberg: Microsoft to pay Nokia 'more than $1 billion' to make Windows Phones
01:16:15 - Clearwire CEO Bill Morrow resigns
00:18:00 - Deutsche Telekom thinking of merging T-Mobile USA with Sprint?
01:19:39 - Verizon CTO: 'working through issues' with LTE phones, still on track for first half launch
01:24:15 - AT&T says 'new devices and updates to existing models' will be HSUPA-ready
01:26:25 - PlugShare app lets you share your plugs with other EV drivers

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