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Engadget Mobile Podcast 167 - 01.23.13

Joe Pollicino
January 25, 2013
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Myriam and Brad are back, tentacles and octacores in tow. This week we're covering everything from Firefox phones to leaked HTC 5 Sense screenshots, but there's also an Elephant in the vocal booths: the imminent BlackBerry 10 launch. Best of all, Brad's officially renounced the term "phablet" much to Myriam's delight -- seriously, y'all, it's just a big phone. (Is it really, though?) All that and more awaits you in episode 167 of the Engadget Mobile Podcast below.

Hosts: Myriam Joire (tnkgrl), Brad Molen

Producer: Joe Pollicino

Music: Tycho - Coastal Brake (Ghostly International)

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00:11:57 - Sony's Xperia Tablet Z announced
00:18:49 - Factory photo reveals 6.44-inch Sony display glass
00:21:10 - LG Optimus G Pro for Japan
00:38:41 - Pantech Discover review
00:46:39 - Verizon iPhone activation numbers
00:54:24 - Samsung Galaxy GSIII mini adds NFC for a premium
00:58:36 - Leaked HTC Sense 5 screenshots suggest a leaner, cleaner skin
01:11:01 - Mozilla reveals Firefox OS Developer Preview Phone
01:17:29 - RIM notes 'remarkable' number of app submissions, extends $10,000 incentive deadline


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