By Michael Fisher | July 3, 2013 12:19 PM
Update 2: We have us a winner! Please join us in congratulating Julian Brecevic of Australia, who’ll be taking home this giveaway’s LG Optimus G! Thanks to all those who helped propel our review count to stratospheric levels, almost tripling it from 29 to 89! We know some of you were upset about the iTunes-only qualifier, but we’ll have more giveaways in the future, and some of them will be broader. Again, thanks so much for listening – and stay tuned for much more in the weeks and months ahead.
Update: We’re still waiting to hear back from our prospective winner, folks – once he replies and we can qualify him, well make an announcement proper. Thanks for your patience in the meantime, and thanks for your votes on iTunes! They’ve made a huge difference, and we can’t thank you enough.
Fifty. It’s the golden anniversary number, the measuring post by which successful marriages -and podcasts- are judged. And while we plan to celebrate many more anniversaries of the Pocketnow Weekly, we thought we’d mark this occasion with a small thank-you to the community: an LG Optimus G giveaway.
The dead-simple details on that giveaway are contained in this post. Before you go, though, fire up episode 050 on your favorite listening device to hear The Original Triad of Brandon, Anton, and Michael talk everything from Motorola’s flashy new logo to Samsung’s un-flashy new ATIV. Everything from iOS 7′s new back gesture to the sad state of retail electronics stores.
All that, plus more Nokia EOS/Zoom/1020 talk and some long-overdue listener mail, after the break. You’ve worked hard all week; slake your thirst for slacking with the soothing sounds of scrumptious tech talk. Today’s installation of the Pocketnow Weekly podcast is here for your listening enjoyment. Send feedback, questions, and requests to podcast [AT] pocketnow [DOT] com. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Google Plus to stay apprised of the latest episodes. Thanks for listening!
Pocketnow Weekly Episode 050
Thought Thread (00:04:13)
Brandon Miniman on the new iOS7 “back” gesture.
Brandon on the modern retail tech experience.
Galaxy S 4 Active review
Windows Phone (00:46:01)
Listener Mail (01:04:17)
Moiz Hussain wants to know why we don’t talk about the Padfone, and Jamie Somerville wonders what OSes the team uses on their desktops.
Thanks for listening!
Tune in next week for more!