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WMExperts Podcast 14 - Diamond, WCDMA

Dieter's not going solo every other week anymore, Malatesta has joined in. This week we discuss the news and focus on what exactly WCDMA is and why it matters to both carriers, manufacturers, and -- yes -- you. Listen in!

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WMExperts Podcast, Episode 1!

What'd we tell you earlier? Stay Tuned, right? Here's what's for: the WMExperts Podcast! Here's the deal: we'll be on every week, usually on Thursdays. We'll alternate every week between a short, 5-minute device focus / review (next week: Sprint Touch) and a longer, news and tips-focused podcast. The shorter podcasts will be hosted by Dieter Bohn, the longer ones will feature Malatasta (and also some guests, later on, if they'll lower themselves to talk to us).

Alright, so how do you get the sucker?

Be sure to email us -- podcast@wmexperts.com -- we want to talk about what you want to hear about.

What's the news on this podcast? Read on for the show notes

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WMExperts Podcast, Episode 3

We're back again, baby. This week Dieter and Malatesta discuss the continuing HTC video drama, unlimited plans, the Treo 800w, and their favorite registry edits.

Be sure to email us -- podcast@wmexperts.com -- we want to talk about what you want to hear about. You can also leave us a voicemail to be played on-air: 866-904-5882 x222.

Read on for the show notes

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WMExperts Podcast, Episode 5

This week Malatesta and Dieter talk about the new Mogul ROM update, the effects of the iPhone Enterprise and SDK news on Windows Mobile, and read your emails.

Be sure to email us -- podcast@wmexperts.com -- we want to talk about what you want to hear about. You can also leave us a voicemail to be played on-air: 866-904-5882 x222.

Read on for the show notes

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WMExperts Podcast 9 - RIM Server Smackdown!

A bonus podcast! Guest Kevin Michaluk of our sister site, CrackBerry.com joins us to talk about Microsoft System Center, Mobile Device Manager 2008 (aka MSCMDM, aka Miskumdum). Microsoft has started offering it to corporate customers so they can get ready to support and manage Windows Mobile 6.1 devices. Will Microsoft be able to make in dent in RIM's enterprise sales? Will BlackBerry outages hurt RIM more?

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