CES 2011 Super SPE Podcast!

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By Kevin Michaluk on 7 Jan 2011 10:23 am EST
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CrackBerry Podcast

For BlackBerry fans, CES 2011 is ALL about the BlackBerry PlayBook and we're bringing you that content as best as we can (still lots more to come). But if you're curious about what's happening outside of BlackBerry, you'll want to listen to our Smartphone Experts Super Podcast where we talk about all the mobile news coming out of the show.

So join SPE editors Dieter Bohn, Phil Nickinson, Rene Ritchie and Kevin Michaluk, Android Central's Cory Streater and hosted by Mickey Papillon and Joey Koppes of The Cell Phone Junkie for the Greatest CES Podcast in the World -- Part 1!

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6 comments

DaBear5

It will be interesting to see what the other guys think about the Playbook.

BeansBerry

Let's hear about a new phone.

freddymartinez9

ARG. Kevin, its pronounced Nu-clear not nu-ku-lar.

Hwycop

I agree with the above comment. All we have heard about for the last 4 months has been the playbook. That is great, BUT, all the other companies are also pushing out new and IMPROVED phones as well. I sure hope RIM is big enough that they can multitask and get us a phone that is comparible with some of the others in terms or hardware. I love my BB's and have been loyal for the past 5 years but it is frustrating when all the other phones seem to be ahead of RIM with their processors and HD screens. I want more from RIM, so let's hear about new and better phones!

Suefnp

Is there a translation for the podcast somewhere? I'm just a basic consumer and found the podcast especially difficult to understand. All the geeks there understood each other, but I guess I just have to skip the action packed, multiple platform podcasts and wait for my Regular CB geeks. I know they were trying to squeeze a lot of information into a reasonablly sized podcast, but I will have to wait for the cliff notes later.