Phil, Derek, Dan, Rene and myself talk Netflix on Android, media on Mobile, the RIM-pire striking back, news execs at webOS, Nokia Windows Phones, 20 million iPhones, and hitting the budget buyer sweet spot. Bringing together the heads of state of Android, BlackBerry, iOS, webOS, and Windows Mobile for full on round-table action. This is Mobile Nations! Oh, and if you missed our CrackBerry Podcast earlier this week, be sure to check that out. I talk about my time in Waterloo visiting RIM HQ!
- Netflix's Android rollout an example of a good thing done badly
- CrackBerry Kevin goes to Waterloo
- HP's move puts Rubinstein in Rahul Sood's old shoes, an operations guy in charge of webOS
- New video of Nokia Sea Ray prototype running WP7
- Apple Q3 2011 results: 20.34 million iPhones, 9.25 million iPads, 7.54 million iPods, $7.31 billion in profit
- Mobile Technology and Automobiles... it's an exciting future, and QNX is at the heart of it
- Apple’s layered user experience approach
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- Phil Nickinson (@philnickinson)
- Kevin Michaluk (@crackberrykevin)
- Derek Kessler (@dkdsgn)
- Daniel Rubino (@Malatesta77)
- Rene Ritchie (@reneritchie)
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