WMExperts Podcast Episode 89

Mal and Phil talk up the latest Windows Mobile 7 rumors in what likely is our last podcast before Microsoft officially announces it. Plus, your e-mails and voicemails!

Windows Mobile recap

Hardware news

  • Sony Ericsson Aspen announced, is first official Windows Mobile 6.5.3 device
  • Sony Ericsson Aspen caught on video
  • Xperia X2 update schedule announced
  • T-Mobile HD-2 rumored for March 24

Software news

  • U.S. T-Mobile HD2 to feature Swype
  • Foursquare coming to Windows Mobile
  • Verizon Navigator goes v5.0, adds social networking, roadside assistance
  • Amazon Unbox brings its videos to Windows Mobile

Community

Thanks to Jan, Chris and Douglas for the e-mails, and Rico and our unnamed friend for the voicemails. Drop us a line. E-mail podcast@wmexperts.com. Call us at (866) 904-5882 ext. 222. Hit us up on Twitter - @wmexperts, Deiter, Phil, Malatesta, George, Tim.

Credits

Thanks to the WMExperts Store for sponsoring the podcast. Thanks also to these great artists for the music and to CCMixter.org for offering a great database of Creative Commons music!

Phil is the father of two beautiful girls and is the Dad behind Modern Dad. Before that he spent seven years at the helm of Android Central. Before that he spent a decade in a newsroom of a two-time Pulitzer Prize-finalist newspaper. Before that — well, we don't talk much about those days. Subscribe to the Modern Dad newsletter!

5 Comments
  • Sorry about the lengthy voice mail, guys. i rushed home from a 12-hour shift in hopes of making the podcast and downed even more sinus medicine than recommended. Not a good combination when sound judgment is required.
  • lol. No worries, it was a great listen!
  • Mal, Phil -
    I liked the comment about Dieter's experience with FourSquare in his small town in Florida. Yes, if there aren't many FourSquare users there, it'll be easy to become mayor. I use FourSquare in NYC. Because there are so many FourSquare users I think the experience is richer, and its really hard to become mayor of popular places like Starbucks, or Barnes and Nobles. I think FourSquare is an interesting app/idea for a large concentration of smartphone users in cities like NYC or San Francisco. It's fun, and the alliance with Bravo may make it even more interesting. I was excited also by the news that Amazon's video on demand can be synced to Windows Mobile phones. I used that on my old Nokia N97, and thought it was awesome. I sold my N97 and looking for a new media heavy smartphone. My Blackberry's cool, but it's not great at playing videos. Wonder what watching movies on the Touch Pro 2 would be like? Maybe, I should check Craigs list, and see if I can buy a second hand one... Hmmm.. As always, fun podcast. Malatesta, good luck with the move!
  • Phil,
    Take plenty of notes of Mobile World Congress! Like everyone else, I am on pins and needles about Windows 7.0. I have to say, I was a Zune user, and lover when it was small and unloved. Safe trip.
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