Stefan survived the 57 hour Google I/O keynote and spends the first half of this week’s episode talking about why it was a disappointment. The second half of the show was dominated by James, speaking about Nokia’s new phones for Europe and America, and why you shouldn’t discount Hipstamatic. There’s also two user questions at the end about Google, are they starting to be too creepy?
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[Episode 048, 35 minutes, 28 seconds, 32.5 MB]
People keep on asking Stefan when he’s going to publish his Nokia Lumia 620 review. Well, DHL just came by his office to pick it up, so he thought to himself this would be the perfect time to talk into the microphone for 20 minutes about his experience of going to back to Windows Phone.
And for those of you wonder where James is, don’t worry, he’ll be on this week. Promise.
[Nokia Lumia 620 Review, 20 minutes, 17 seconds]
Nokia came out with a smarter feature phone today, and soon they’re going to unveil a pair of new Lumia phones. It’s a shame they’re not going to run Android. Speaking about Google, I/O kicks off on May 15th. Does anyone really know what those crazy guys will announce? James took a knife to Moleskine® notebook, but it was a for a good cause. All that and more on this week’s episode, which features a record low number of swear words. Promise.
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[Episode 047, 32 minutes 46 seconds, 30.0 MB]
James and Stefan nearly forgot that they had a podcast to record this week, but at the last minute their brains activated a dozen or so additional neurons to remind them of their duties. This ensuing 30 minute Skype call can best be described as equal parts exhaustion, delusion, and wonder.
Oh and one more thing, make sure you watch Microsoft’s new Windows Phone ad and Samsung India’s Gangnam Style remix. You’re not going to regret it, and combined they’ll take just a couple of minutes to consume.
[Episode 046, 33 minutes 26 seconds, 30.6 MB]
Stefan gets a Windows Phone to play with for two weeks and spends way too much time talking about it, HTC runs into some issues with Nokia over super secret advanced French microphone technology, and Apple announces that they’ve shipped over 10 million smartphones a month (on average) during the first three months of 2013. All that and much more on this week’s episode!
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[Episode 045, 33 minutes 27 seconds, 30.6 MB]
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[Episode 044, 31 minutes 10 seconds, 28.5 MB]
Samsung launched the Galaxy Note 8.0 this week in both the UK and the US, and Stefan thinks you’re an idiot if you buy one. Samsung also announced two new phones, the Mega 5.8 and Mega 6.3, and James thinks they’re the most ridiculous things to ever come off an assembly line. The two also talk about wearable computing, the useless pile of code that’s called Google+, and China.
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[Episode 043, 32 minutes 42 seconds, 29.9 MB]