We love us some new technology, and we certainly give it its fair shake on today’s episode of the Pocketnow Weekly. But every so often, you need to give a little lip-service to the tech of days gone by. The platforms and devices of yesteryear. That’s right: I’m talking about dead technology.

It makes sense, then, that a man going by the twitter handle DeadTechnology is here to help us dust off those fond memories. In his inaugural visit to the Pocketnow Weekly, our own Adam Doud pulls back the veil of public apathy secrecy surrounding the phenomenon of the “webOS meetup,” a regular gathering of Palm holdouts, and tells us what it’s like to get some time up-close and personal with those unicorns of the webOS world, the TouchPad Go and the Windsor Not.

In addition, we’ve got all the usual smattering of statistics and fun facts from the more-modern world of Android, iOS, Windows Phone, BlackBerry – and even Amazon. So stack your cards and Just Type your way to the feeds below: this week’s rounded river stone of the Pocketnow Weekly is waiting for you to lift it from the Stream of Special Memories. Send feedback, questions, and requests to podcast [AT] pocketnow [DOT] com. Follow us on TwitterFacebook, and Google Plus to stay apprised of the latest episodes. Thanks for listening!

Pocketnow Weekly Episode 037


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Michael Fisher

Brandon Miniman

Adam Doud


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Thought Thread (00:04:40)

HTC One Review


webOS (00:23:36)

Adam lets us in on what webOS meetups are all about, and tells us what it’s like to lay hands on the Windsor Not and TouchPad Go!


Windows 8/Windows Phone 8 (00:47:22)

First Two Windows Phone 8 Models for Sprint Identified


Android (00:43:30)

Details of high-end Sony models leak

Kyocera Torque Review

Amazon Smartphone Rumors Return

Galaxy Note III Could Usher in Unbreakable Displays

Sapphire Could Make the Scratch-Free Smartphone Dream Come True


iOS (01:13:18)

iOS 6.1.3 Seems Pretty Bug Prone

T-Mobile Announced iPhone, LTE, and New No-Contract Plans


Listener Mail (01:24:38)

Trevor asks why we don’t give Xbox Music as much love as Pandora or Spotify



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