Mobile Nations 11: Cheap tablets and cloud music

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By Kevin Michaluk on 18 Nov 2011 09:55 am
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Phil, Adam, Derek, Jay, and Rene talk Amazon Kindle Fire pros and cons, Porsche's BlackBerry and phones as fashion, webOS indecisions, and Google Music vs. iTunes Match vs. Amazon Cloud vs. Zune Pass and more! This is Mobile Nations!

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Credits

Our music is pROgraM vs. Us3R by by morgantj. Introduction by Joseph Holder.

Thanks to the Mobile Nations network of store for sponsoring this podcast, and to our fantastic live chat members for keeping us honest and making us smart!

Kevin Michaluk Kevin Michaluk "Founder, Editor in Chief " 3922 (articles) 3285 (forum posts)
7 comments

3Dee

Nice! Loving the Mobile Nations pods, looking forward to listening to this one.

advil_yum

time to increase your bandwidth boys. The choppy audio was nearly unbearable.

The Me

Lol @Kevin Michaluk. Always in RIM holding. Wish I was there too :(

Please fix the audio.

Chronos88

This is probably the best podcast you guys do. I really enjoy it a lot.

And, also, Derek is the best part of the show. He's funny in an awkward kind of way. Breaks up the monotony that sometimes creeps up when everyone else is talking or when Rene is trying to throw the conversation at someone.

sineco

I came to comment about Derek and I saw your comment. That's exactly what I was thinking, he is very funny.

El Platanero

Hey Kevin, if the Web OS guy loses Web OS make sure you keep him with crackberry. The guy is too funny.

On a different note I finally got my hands on the 64gb Playbook. Now I don't have to hesitate to download a bunch of stuff. Anyone in the market for a 16 gb?

SBMobile3

Wow! Good luck with that update! It will never come! The sad part is that developers have it, but RIM can't make it work with their services + they've gone out of their way to make developers agree not to release the fact that it is terrible at present! NO developers are interested! If they were, RIM would have a lot of apps, yet they've been stuck at 35,000 for over 2 years! They funniest thing I've read all week was a RIM exec, lying about how BB apps get downloaded the most & make the most money for developers! If that's not delusional, I don't know what is! lol