Engadget Mobile Podcast 142 - 06.17.2012

Trent Wolbe
T. Wolbe|06.17.12

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Trent Wolbe
June 17th, 2012
Engadget Mobile Podcast 142 - 06.17.2012

Another two hours of podcasty goodness from Brad and Myriam in the span of one week -- this time featuring Richard "The James Bond Of Tech Journalism" Lai on the PadFone. He's basically what they based Skyfall on, so if you don't have the $21.50 to spare on the IMAX version of that film you can listen to this podcast for as much, if not more, usable and entertaining information. Oh, and it's Myriam's 100th Engadget Mobile podcast, too.

Hosts: Myriam Joire (tnkgrl), Brad Molen
Guest: Richard Lai
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Tycho - Coastal Brake (Ghostly International)

00:01:38 - ASUS PadFone review
00:48:28 - HTC Media Link HD review
00:51:53 - Verizon's Share Everything data plans go live June 28th, let you add family (or a tablet) for a little extra
01:02:10 - T-Mobile to conduct LTE-Advanced trials this summer in preparation for 2013 deployment
01:13:30 - HTC: we won't delve into low-end smartphones in the near future
01:17:50 - Sony Xperia Ion hits AT&T June 24th for $99 on contract
01:27:18 - Nokia 'sharpens strategy' by dropping three executives, laying off 10,000 and dumping Vertu
01:30:25 - Nokia reportedly scraps Meltemi, decides it's Series 40 or bust in basic phones
01:36:03 - Nokia to acquire Scalado, build a better Lumia (Updated)

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