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Engadget Mobile Podcast 073 - 02.01.2011

Trent Wolbe

Phones, phones, phones, phones, PHONES! There are some good ones this week. The Sidekick makes a blurry return to reality, the real-but-not-too-real Sony Ericsson Xperia Playstation phone struts its stuff on The Engadget Show, and a small suite of BlackBerrys leak their way into the blogosphere. It's a mini-avalanche of news on the Engadget Mobile Podcast, guest starring Professor Vlad Savov -- come join us, won't you?

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

00:03:57 - Engadget interview: SCEA's Jack Tretton talks Sony NGP, announces (and then un-announces) PlayStation Suite for PS3
00:16:00 - Motorola Atrix 4G goes up on AmazonWireless, $150 on February 11th -- mistake? (update: Inspire 4G, too)
00:26:44 - Dell Venue review
00:38:10 - Exclusive: Sony Ericsson Xperia Play (PlayStation Phone) preview
00:46:39 - Verizon's online store is now Palm-free; Pre 2 imminent?
00:55:04 - Nokia X3-02 Touch-and-Type review
01:11:18 - Google announces Android event for February 2nd
01:16:20 - T-Mobile Sidekick 4G in the wild, made by Samsung?
01:23:00 - Microsoft: 'over 2 million' Windows Phone 7 licenses sold to manufacturers so far
01:35:11 - HTC's newest Android flagship phone revealed
01:38:02 - BlackBerry Monaco Touch, Bold Touch, Sedona, and more leaked for CDMA

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