Phil, Dan, Alex, and Simon talk Mobile World Congress day one, including Nokia on both Windows Phone and Symbian (biggest. Camera. Phone. Ever.), Galaxy Note 10.1, the return of the Padphone, Huawei, and yet another plethora of Android devices. Listen in! (And send food!)
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- Complete BlackBerry coverage
- Complete iPhone/iPad coverage
- Complete Windows Phone coverage
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- Daniel Rubino (@malatesta77) of WPCentral.com
- Simon Sage (@simonsage) of CrackBerry.com
- Alex Dobie (@alexdobie) of Android Central
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