This podcast is all about vision, which proves that the Engadget Mobile Podcasters were not completely blinded by the light of the Consumer Electronics Show. They got close, though (despite relentless Wookie attacks).
Hosts: Myriam Joire (tnkgrl), Brad Molen
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Tycho - Coastal Brake (Ghostly International)
00:01:37 - Huawei Honor review
00:31:05 - ZTE Tania arrives in the UK: a budget phone for budget buyers
00:32:00 - ZTE pays Microsoft around $27 for each Windows Phone made
00:44:36 - Editorial: Don't call it an ultrabook
01:01:36 - Google's Matias Duarte reveals design standards for Android 4.0 at CES 2012
01:16:48 - AT&T to adjust data plans January 22nd, offers more gigs for more money
01:27:38 - Virgin Mobile targets March 23rd to throttle data, take candy from children
01:28:45 - Samsung wasn't interested in buying RIM, still isn't interested in buying RIM
01:30:05 - Samsung's Bada - Tizen merger still looking pretty likely
01:31:24 - Verizon to sell $200 Droid RAZR, 16GB microSD card not included this time
01:36:05 - HTC EVO 3D: poof, no more Carrier IQ software
01:39:30 - Skype exec confirms that Windows Phone product is 'coming soon'
01:44:27 - KDDI and Kyocera create speaker-free smartphone, we go hands-on (video)
01:46:10 - Nokia Lumia 900 coming to retail on March 18?
01:46:25 - Texas Instruments demos first OMAP 5, Android 4.0-based reference design, promises it in laptops next year (video)
01:47:35 - SpareOne cellphone claims 15-year battery life, we go hands-on
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