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Our pre-Thanksgiving show is in full effect! Jay and Daniel discuss the new AT&T TItan, Nokia's ongoing media campaign, lots of software news including MetroTube, Mehdoh, Nokia Drive (and piracy) and more.
See the full show notes after the break. Sadly, the video from the Live podcast was lost. RIP. (We'll have those bugs worked out for next week).
- Nokia is positive about the Lumia's launch (opens in new tab)
- LG's Jil Sander device is available
- Focus 1.4 gets Mango & we have a 7740 patch? (opens in new tab)
- WPCentral is changing
- Your big updates this week are: Twitter, 4th & Mayor, IM+, Slingplayer, Handyscan, Amazon Mobile, Mehdoh & WPCentral
- MetroTube coming soon (opens in new tab)
- Fffffffffffffffffffffound! a developer
- Nokia drive has been ripped, but will it be officially available anyway? (opens in new tab)
- Lumia 800 early adopter problems (opens in new tab)
- Lumia 610 surfaces (opens in new tab) - pretends it doesn't exist
- Titan on AT&T - shipping problems!
- Lumia little amazing show ad campaign (opens in new tab)
- The saga of apps for Cracked.com
- Brandon Watson's lessons learned
- Comments from last week (opens in new tab)
- Live questions
You can find us all on Twitter @wpcentral (opens in new tab); @malatesta77 (opens in new tab); @coppertop004 (opens in new tab); @RichEdmonds (opens in new tab); @JayTBennett (opens in new tab); @segacon
This has been a Mobile Nations podcast, go to Mobilenations.com (opens in new tab) for more great shows covering everything mobile. Thanks to the WPCentral Store (opens in new tab) for sponsoring the podcast. Thanks also to these great artists for the music and to CCMixter.org (opens in new tab) for offering a great database of Creative Commons music!
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Daniel Rubino is the Editor-in-chief of Windows Central, head reviewer, podcast co-host, and analyst. He has been covering Microsoft since 2007 when this site was called WMExperts (and later Windows Phone Central). His interests include Windows, laptops, next-gen computing, and for some reason, watches. Before all this tech stuff, he worked on a Ph.D. in linguistics, watched people sleep (for medical purposes!), and ran the projectors at movie theaters because it was fun.
Excellent podcast and very interesting stuff on initial bugs. Just wondered if you guys had seen the issue at the following link. Love my hd7 with mango but this really sucks http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/winphone/forum/wp7-wpmusic/zune-on-wp7-freezes-between-songs/e862bde0-fd1f-471e-9822-5c7a44746390
If you do go through all the links you can see that there hasn't been much communication back from MS or HTC on this issue.
Also can someone explain to me why I can't get podcasts through Zune in the UK? Currently using bringcast, which is a good app, but hasn't been mangoed yet so it can be a bit annoying when you get texts etc and have to come out and stop listening. And I'm not going to use the Zune software as I can't stand switching on my PC just to update my podcasts.
I don't like that Microsoft don't support all countrys with their products. For example I'm from Slovenia and I can't subscribe to that podcast on zune, also marketplace on Windows phone is not supported here, so I can't buy any app. Those were just two examples. :(
I like the santa hat.
I noticed you guys discussed something about number of apps that will multitask.
I have a few comments on this:
Firstly, I don't think the number of apps/screens is limited to 5 at all. The number that is in the multitasking screen IS limited to 5, obviously, but using the back button, I have noticed I can access additional things depending on the situation.
Secondly, the 9 vs 15 thing was never about number of apps that are multitasking. I believe it was about the number of *background tasks* allowed to run. I have not hit 9 myself so I can't yet see what mine does. In any event, I think this is what should be investigated, if you wish to.
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