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    Tomorrow's the big day. March 14. Now sure, if you're a math fan you're already excited about the opportunity to celebrate your favorite irrational constant, but this year in particular, the rest of us have reason to look forward to the fourteenth as well, with Samsung running its big Unpacked event. Short of out and saying it, the company's done pretty much everything it can to confirm that this will be the grand unveiling of the Galaxy S IV, the company's 2013 Android flagship. That's going to be great to hear, and we're itching for the opportunity to confirm the oh, so many details ...

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    So far, it's seemed like smartphones offering rugged features like waterproof or dust resistance have lived over on the Android side of the fence, leaving users of other platforms to deal with bulky cases to get the same protection. Nokia may be looking to offer some of that peace of mind to Windows Phone users, as we're hearing that the company has partnered with P2i to release a phone featuring water-repelling nano-coating. Instead of focusing on keeping water out, P2i's technology is more concerned with keeping water that gets into your phone from causing any harm. Its coating process ...

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    We've been on-site for a full day in Barcelona, making preparations to cover one of the year's biggest mobile technology shows. Last night, we let you in on the fun and frustration of our pre-show planning on a special episode of the Pocketnow Weekly podcast. Later today, we're hosting a special MWC-focused episode of the Pocketnow Live broadcast. But right now, we'd like briefly to share our predictions, hopes, and dreams for MWC 2013. You know we're serious about this, because we stood out in the rain next to a major Barcelona landmark, and Tony wore his leather jacket. So quit yer ...

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    In the far-off reaches of Barcelona, two men fight for the right to party tell their tale. Battling narrow urban canyons, strange fast-food condiments, kielbasa-selling mobile-phone salesmen, and seagulls with voices only seagull mothers could love, they fight tooth and nail to share their story. The story of the wonders of mobile technology. You won't hear about all of the weird encounters that have greeted Anton D. Nagy and Michael Fisher since their arrival in Spain for the 2013 Mobile World Congress, but you'll definitely get a taste of what it's been like on the first harrowing day ...

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    We're coming down to the wire on Nokia's MWC event, with just one week to go until we get to see what's new from the company. Our chance of seeing a tablet may be shot, but there are plenty of rumors about new smartphones that should keep us satisfied. Chances are, not everything we've heard about will make an appearance, but Nokia could still have a good number of new phones to show off. Just how many, though? According to the logs of one ad network serving Windows Phone apps, Nokia seems to have four new models in operation. Two of them are essentially locks: the Lumia 720 and Lumia 520, ...

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    Over the past several weeks, we've heard a number of rumors concerning the possibility of Nokia finally bring an 808-style 41-megapixel PureView camera to its Lumia line of Windows Phone models, referred to thus far as the Nokia EOS. As we wait for the company's February 25 MWC event to see what Nokia has to share with us, the company's Russian branch may have just let the cat out of the bag, posting a teaser video to YouTube which seemed to hint at just such a PureView Lumia being in its MWC plans. Unfortunately, the video has subsequently been removed from YouTube, which we can't help ...

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    Even if it takes six Skype calls to make a podcast happen, we're gonna do it for you folks, because that's just the kind of guys we are. And it's a good thing, too; while the news cycle has calmed down somewhat in the wake of last week's big BlackBerry event, there's still plenty to talk about from the worlds of Android and Windows Phone, from rumors and speculation to ... well, no, just rumors and speculation, really. But it's scintillating stuff, especially if you're into things named "M7" and "Nokia Tablet." All that, plus listener mail and a heaping helping of Joe Levi's robot voice, ...

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    Last month, we heard that Nokia's Windows Phone lineup could soon be following in the footsteps of the Symbian-running 808 PureView and feature the same sort of super-high-megapixel-count image sensor. Now some new sources are talking a little more about this so-called Nokia EOS, and give us a little better idea of when we might hope to see the smartphone launch. The Guardian has heard from "sources close to" Nokia that the EOS is scheduled to come to the US sometime this summer, a little more specific than the earlier rumors only providing a 2013 estimate. These reports also claim that ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about the new reports of more iOS domination in the United States. Then we do a little Siri talk, as it seems that Verizon was originally the company after buying the service before Apple did. A leaked Samsung roadmap is next and it's all about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 that's rumored for the next coming weeks. Nokia later takes the spotlight with some unconfirmed rumors of EOS Windows Phone devices coming with better camera technology. We end today's show talking about HTC Sense 5.0 and some recent leaks we came upon. All this and more after ...

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    Professional or hobby photographers might know the name EOS from Canon cameras but it appears that Windows Phone enthusiasts will also have to get used to it if this report turns out to become reality. Rumor has it Nokia is preparing a real PureView Windows Phone, called Nokia EOS (not that the Lumia 920 is not a real PureView device, or at least that's what Nokia said to defend the phone when we said it's not the PureView we were used to). According to unnamed sources, said Nokia EOS will pack a similar sensor found on the 808 PureView, and, being built from aluminum instead of plastic, ...

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