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In addition to being available right here on Windows Phone Central, now you can also catch up on all the Talk Mobile roundtable videos via your subscription services!

The roundtable videos are the ones where Phil Nickinson of Android Central, Kevin Michaluk of CrackBerry, Daniel Rubino of Windows Phone Central, and yours truly, Rene Ritchie of iMore get together and, moderated by Cali Lewis and John P. of GeekBeat.TV, start the conversation about the issues in mobile that matter the most.

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Off topic. As webos nation isn't in these type of videos (and mobile nation podcasts), and even the top bar of any mobile nations site, is WebOS Nation finished?

WebOS editor is apparently involved in the production... He's kinda their boss on this run of webisodes and articles for the whole mobile nation. They said that since there is nothing new to the field, that it won't be discussed in these articles.

excluding the girl, all the guys except our boy daniel has a really creep smile. Daniel representing!

Im concerned what that picture is going to do to the image of Windows Phone. MSFT should be notified immediately!

Mobile gaming shouldnt be trying to remove traitional gaming, but should be trying to add to the experience. Much the same way the game cube did with the game boy. Where if mobile was used it added functionallity of either more content or new features to the game. While the casual games are great on mobile phones, phil is right. The "on screen" controlls are aweful right now. While there are some solutions being put in place right now, they have long way to go. There is hope that one day mobile gaming will be the standard, however battery life must improve, controls must get better and perhaps screen size must enlarge to be considered. Thanks for the great job guys
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