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Engadget Mobile Podcast 082 - 04.02.2011

Trent Wolbe

With so much drama in the EMP, it's kinda hard to believe that this is Chris Z-I-double-G's last regularly scheduled appearance. But it is. And he's practicing, taking a little bit of a backseat to newly-primary hosts Vlad and Myriam. But don't kid yourself: the Zigmeister is still very much with us, offering opinions left and right, and when he doesn't offer his opinions, it's for a dang good reason. Anyway, the point is, a lot of new phones this week to talk about. Get on it.

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

00:01:08 - Sony Ericsson Xperia Play review
00:16:30 - PlayStation One games appear in Android Market, predictably restricted to Xperia Play (update)
00:20:50 - Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc review
00:30:00 - HTC Arrive review
00:36:17 - HTC Incredible S review
00:41:13 - HTC invites us to 'see what's next' on April 12th
00:46:12 - Samsung Galaxy S getting a 1.4GHz '2011 edition' next month (update: confirmed)
00:47:30 - HTC Merge coming to Alltel, preloaded with Amazon Appstore on Cellular South
00:52:02 - Google tightening control of Android, insisting licensees abide by 'non-fragmentation clauses'?
01:10:02 - Android Market gets in-app billing, your virtual nickels are now spoken for
01:10:20 - Samsung Galaxy S II shows off motion-zoom option in TouchWiz 4.0 (video)

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