Last Friday we were excited about the week ahead, this week, as it contained two days circled with very promising events: Nokia’s Lumia 925 event in London and Google’s I/O. Both came and passed, leaving us with a phone (or two), and ecosystem improvements. Depending on your expectations and standards your excitement probably either turned into delight or disappointment.

Of course we’ll talk about Nokia and Google I/O reactions, since they’re the most recent (and probably among the last until the next big event of the year bringing us the next iPhone), and you can tell us why you’re happy (or sad) about each of them. You can also ask me questions about the Lumia 925 and the short time I’ve spent with it on Tuesday.

If neither of the two topics gets your flag waving you should know that, as always, we’re open to suggestions and to talking about anything you have in mind, mobile or not.

Tune in today, Friday, May 17, 2:00 PM EDT (click for your own time zone) for another installment of the Pocketnow Live show. Join us for a casual one-hour-thirty conversation where you can interact with Pocketnow editors.

___

Your hosts today:

____

Note: Link for the hangout will be made public on all our social channels five minutes before start: TwitterFacebook, and Google+.

If you can’t join us but still would like to say hi, you can send us an e-mail to live [at] pocketnow [dot] com.

Live broadcast will appear here. Will be replaced with recording once over!

___

You May Also Like
Pixel 4a reportedly delayed again, might now be announced on July 13
Google Pixel 4a’s “Just Black” option will be available starting August 6, while the “Barely Blue” shade will be up for grabs October 1 onwards.
Microsoft’s new app will let parents monitor their child’s Xbox gaming sessions
The Xbox Family Settings app brings features such as the ability to set screen time limits, apply content filters and check activity reports among others.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ appears in 3C certification database
We get more information concerning the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+, and it seems that it has now received a certification for its Chinese version