We didn’t expect to run the Weekly with a skeleton crew two weeks in a row – and it’s a good thing we didn’t have to. Mere minutes into this week’s Tony-and-Michael-only podcast, Taylor Martin arrives to save us from the spectre of a fun, but low-energy, two-man show.

In its place: jokes, laughs, and a lot of industry insight you’re gonna wanna put your ears on. We talk phone batteries that can jump-start your car, what place Twitter has in music, whether we should be excited about Motorola’s X phone or Nokia’s aluminum Catwalk, and the strengths and weaknesses of Windows Phone, Facebook Home, and technology’s copycat culture.

All that, plus some of the most unique listener mail in the history of the podcast, await you – so toss on your poopysuit and start growing your at-sea beard; the U.S.S. Pocketnow Weekly is about to cast off from the pier. 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 040


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Recording Date

04/18/2013

 

Hosts

Michael Fisher

Anton D Nagy

Taylor Martin

 

Topic List

 

Misc (00:01:49)

Twitter #music Now Official

New Microbatteries Could Offer A Lot Of Juice

LG Teases New York Launch Event

Facebook Home Now Available Internationally

 

Android (00:36:58)

HTC First vs Google Nexus 4

HTC First is First to Feature Snapdragon 400 – Here’s What That Means

HTC BoomSound Lives On in 606w

Motorola Design Chief Shares Details of First Google-Designed Moto Phone

 

Windows 8/Windows Phone 8 (01:01:30)

Nokia’s Aluminum Catwalk Finally Pictured?

Nokia Lumia Sales are Up, Except in North America

 

iOS (01:23:54)

Next iPhone To Pack 12MP Camera with Better Low-Light Performance, HDR Video?

 

Listener Mail (01:30:06)

Jason Whiteley asks about Google Play’s ability to remove apps from your phone, forcibly. Aaron Linsen asks about accessibility on Android versus iOS, and just why we care so much what our phones are built from.

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