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We're back for another exciting chat on all things Windows Phone. This week we catch up with Rafael, Jay and myself for the last two-weeks of exciting Windows Phone news including a Verizon Nokia phone, Sprint going on hiatus, what September 5th will bring and the disappointing Sally's Spa. Tune in as we agree and disagree plus take your questions.
HD video and show notes after the break...
Windows Phone Central podcast, episode 147 for Wendesday, August 22nd, 2012
The big stories
- Report: Verizon will have a new Nokia Windows Phone 8 device later this year
- AT&T and Nokia begin rolling out Lumia 900 OS update for Tango
- Sprint says goodbye to the HTC Arrive with no new Windows Phone in sight
- Nokia teases PureView for Windows Phone but what would it look like?
- Plummeting marketshare for RIM makes Windows Phone look slightly better in the US
- Nokia Windows Phone 8 - Images of another new screen bezel leak out
- Nokia and Microsoft holding joint press event in NYC on September 5th
- HTC to book loss of $40 million US withOnLive
- Fhotoroom updated, major layout overhaul and new features added
- Windows Phone App Review: Metro.am
- Windows Phone Central App Roundup: 2012 Summer Olympics
- Markets and Me + now available to download for Windows Phone
- Windows Phone App Review: Memento
- Xbox Live - Little Acorns is now gathering nuts on the Marketplace, Deal of the Week looks MIA though
- Xbox Live's Shoot 1UP blasts its way to the Marketplace
- Our favorite pinball wizard Dr. Pickaxe returns to the Windows PhoneMarketplace
- Windows Phone Xbox Live Achievement syncing issues coming to a close today
- WPCentral gets interviewed by AdDuplex on techblogging and Windows Phone developers
- Location, Windows Phone 8 and Nokia’s plan to be the ultimate “where” platform
- Comments from last time
- Live questions and comments
This has been a Mobile Nations podcast, go to Mobilenations.com for more great shows covering everything mobile, or head over to the WPCentral Forums if you'd like to get involved with our community in discussing more about Windows Phone news, devices and apps.
Daniel Rubino is the Executive Editor of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft here since 2007, back when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, Microsoft Surface, laptops, next-gen computing, and arguing with people on the internet.
To the guy who works for Windows Phone Central and says loading QR codes takes too long because you need to load an app to read it then execute it; are you aware you can just press Search>Bing Vision then point and it comes up straight away?
i think the issue is bing vision isn't in all countries... i cheated and set mine to US so im fine, but my mom had her region in tw and there is like... one button lol
This is really a minor nitpick, but why not use a HTML5 player instead of the Flash one?
AFAIK, we're using the iFrame embedding which does support HTML5 encoding, according to YouTube. The "old" embed code is the Flash only.
Oh, the YouTube embed works fine, I meant the audio player. But it's no biggie, thanks for the podcast guys!
Is that guy on the bottom from the Howard Stern show?
I GOT MENTIONED IN THE PODCAST! LIVE UI FTW!
I am new to listening to the podcast. I have had a LG Quantum with AT&T. I have noticed you guys don't like LG (and neither do I). I have two questions. First is Tango coming to the Quantum? And two do you guys think there will be an AT&T Windows Phone 8 with a slide out keyboard?
WPcentral, quick question about windows 8 and windows phone 8. Windows 8 has windows to go were you can carry around windows 8 and some documents and plug it in and use it, atleast that is my understanding of it. Windows phone 8 will support expandable storage. Could it be possible to put windows 8 on the expandable storage and have a windows phone/windows super device? Though the hardware on the phone wouldn't run it you could carry around a windows 8 on your phone. Could some manufacturers decide to include that? Could you possibly make something like a plug in to a monitor and run windows 8, through some hackery? Thanks, love the site and podcast! Keep it up!
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