Engadget Podcast 262 - 10.28.2011

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Trent Wolbe
October 28th, 2011
Engadget Podcast 262 - 10.28.2011
Nokia World: it's like Disney World with a funny accent and with higher pixel density. And we've got the whole scoop, with help of the mobi-omniscient Myriam Joire. The Engadget Podcast: dial it up!

Hosts: Tim Stevens, Brian Heater
Guest: Myriam Joire
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Try It Out

01:30 - The Nokia World 2011 keynote liveblog!
02:00 - Nokia announces the Lumia 800, the 'first real Windows Phone' (video)
02:30 - Nokia Lumia 800 vs. Nokia N9: the tale of the tape
05:00 - Nokia Lumia 800 unboxed: we shed some light on what's inside
14:40 - Nokia's Lumia 710 Windows Phone announced alongside the 800, hitting select markets by end of year
23:30 - Nokia Asha 200, Asha 300 and Asha 303 hands-on (video)
32:00 - Nokia's kinetic future: flexible screens and a twisted interface (video)
36:30 - Future Nokia phones repellent, says water (video)
41:05 - Richard Kerris moves from HP to Nokia, becomes Global Head of Developer Relations
42:00 - HP will keep PC division, hope alive
45:50 - Mythical snow-white N9 spotted at Nokia World
50:05 - Sony to buy out Ericsson's stake in joint venture, call it quits after ten years
50:39 - Motorola Atrix 2 review
53:02 - Porsche Design P'9981 BlackBerry provides a long-awaited design jolt, compensates for a lot
55:05 - Amazon focusing on 'lifetime' Kindle revenue, anticipating record device sales for Q4
01:01:30 - HTC Rhyme review
01:03:00 - Listener questions



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