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Introducing the Pocketcast from Pocketnow - a weekly audio podcast and smartphone review that recaps the week in smartphone news. Get the expert's opinion and top smartphone news at pocketnow.com.

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    In season 2 episode 16 of the Pocketnow Podcast, we come out of hiatus to cover the hottest stories in smartphones from the past week: what Steve Jobs resigning from Apple as CEO means for the iPhone, the release of the Pre 3 (finally), the upcoming Nexus Prime plus the impending wave of 720p Android smartphone screens, the upcoming HTC event where we're likely to see a first wave of new Windows Phone 7s, Windows Phone Tango for lower-end markets, and the many lawsuits in our industry! Links: Direct download iTunes Zune Google Listen (add this feed)

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    In episode 15 of the Pocketnow Podcast, we talk about the Windows Phone 7.5 event, rumors of Microsoft buying Nokia, AT&T allowing side-loading of apps for the Inspire, Aria, and Captivate, the HTC Holiday and Lead being AT&T's first LTE devices, the HTC Bresson 16MP Windows Phone 7 for T-Mobile, Apple's push for a smaller-than-microSIM standard, Windows Phone 7 sales in Q1, and Google Movies on Android. Links: Direct download iTunes Zune Google Listen (add this feed)

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    In episode 14 of the Pocketnow Podcast we talk about the Samsung Galaxy S II and its release in America, news out of Google I/O that the new Google Music and Movies service is now avaialble and that the next version of Android will be Ice Cream Sandwich, the Droid X^2 gets a release date and full specs, the HTC Holiday for AT&T which might be the highest spec'ed Android phone yet, the release date of the HTC Sensation 4G on T-Mobile, new updates for Windows Phone 7 Mango, and the naming of the the next iPhone as the 4S and not the iPhone 5. Links: Direct download iTunes Zune Google Listen ...

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    In episode 13 of the Pocketnow Podcast, we talk about the release of the white iPhone 4 and the white HP Veer on AT&T, the percentage of people that want a flip smartphone, the newest version of ADW Launcher 2 Beta and features we'd like to see in the next version of the official Android launcher, the upcoming HTC Doubleshot smartphone on T-Mobile, the release of Android 2.3.4 with video chat (sort of), the delay of the Droid Bionic, and the recent update that turns on HSUPA for the Atrix 4G and the Inspire 4G. Links: Direct download iTunes Zune Google Listen (add this feed)

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    In episode 12 of the Pocketnow Podcast, we talk about the Kyocera Echo and whether two screens make sense, Samsung prepping 2GHz dual core chips for net year, Apple seeding iPhone 4's to developers with A5 chips, the NoDo Windows Phone 7 update for AT&T devices, the missing features of Windows Phone 7 mango, the Xperia Arc coming to the USA, Apple suing Samsung, iOS 5.0, and the Samsung Infuse 4G landing in about a month. Links: Direct download iTunes Zune Google Listen (add this feed)

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    In episode 11 of the Pocketnow Podcast we talk about the final release of CyanogenMod 7, the new HTC Sensation and Sensation 4G, the Skype beta release with video chat for the HTC Thunderbolt, new apps coming to Windows Phone 7, the Mango update to WP7 plus the chasis 2 requirements, the phantom white iPhone 4, and more! Links: Direct download iTunes Zune Google Listen (add this feed)

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    In the 10th episode of the Pocketnow Podcast we talk about whether Google recently dropped a hint about the next verson of Android, the Windows Phone 7 updates, a possible new connector for iOS devices, a keyboard-less WebOS phone, the Motorola Droid X2 rumors, the upcoming HTC Pyramid/Sensation, the release date for the T-Mobile G2x and the Sidekick 4G, and the BlackBerry Bold Touch. We finish up by answering your Twitter questions. Links: Direct download iTunes Zune Google Listen (add this feed)

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    In the 9th episode of the Pocketnow Podcast, our resident Android expert, Joe Levi, joins us for a discussion. We talk about the iPhone 5 and whether or not it's coming in June, the Xperia Play and the 60+ PlayStation games that will be available at launch, Sprint's position on the AT&T/T-Mobile merger, the usability of Firefox 4.0 in Android, the Kyocera Echo launch, overclocking your Android and the theory behind it, and much more. Links: Direct download iTunes Zune Google Listen (add this feed)

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    In episode 8 of the Pocketnow PocketCast Podcast, we talk about our trip to CTIA and the announcement of the Sprint Nexus S 4G and the HTC EVO 3D. We also hypothesize about the HTC Pyramid, talk about the new LG Thrill for AT&T, discuss the latest addition to the T-Mobile G series of devices, welcome the HD7S to AT&T, chat about the Amazon application store, opine about Microsoft's pre-NoDo and NoDo updates, and more! Links: Direct download iTunes Zune Google Listen (add this feed)

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    It's podcast time! This week on the Pocketnow PocketCast we talk about: how you can listen to the PocketCast on Android, the HTC Incredible S, the frequency that you experience a force close in Android, the Microsoft/Nokia deal, the upcoming T-Mobile G2x (an LG Optimus 2x), our wishlist for iOS 5.0, the Verizon HTC Thunderbolt delay, Skyfire 4.0 for Android, the Samsung Infuse 4G for AT&T, then we take some questions from Twitter. Links: Direct download iTunes Zune Google Listen (add this feed)

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    We're glad to announce that there are several ways you can listen to our own podcast, The PocketCast: you can find it in Zune, iTunes, on YouTube and there's always a direct download link for the audio file whenever we publish a new episode. We've received many emails asking us when the PocketCast will be available on Google or how exactly to listen on Google Android powered smartphones. Many commenters asked the same questions too, both on our portal and on our YouTube channel. Check out the video below showing you how to listen to our podcast on your Android smartphone. You have no ...

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    In this episode of the Pocketnow Podcast we talk about MobileNotifier for iOS, the new AT&T fees for using your iPhone as a hotspot with iOS 4.3, Sony Ericsson's stance on rooting, Motorola's intention to provide laptop dock functionality for future phones, the Sprint event at CTIA where we're likely to see a 4G Nexus S and an EVO 3D, the Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc on AT&T, the Windows Phone 7 pre-NoDo update, the timing of the Mango update for WP7, then we take your Twitter questions. You can listen to the PocketCast on Zune or iTunes by searching for "Pocketnow". Here is the direct ...

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    In this episode of the Pocketnow PocketCast we talk about the Amazon app store, the pre No-Do Windows Phone update, HSUPA on the Inspire 4G, Sammi returning to the Jersey Shore, HTC Arrive coming to Sprint, more HTC Thunderbolt delays, a potential iOS 4.3 announcement this week, and the Nexus S 2.3.3 update. Then we take questions on Twitter! You can find the PocketCast on Zune and iTunes. Or, here is the direct download link. Or, stream the episode with YouTube or the below embedded player.

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    This week we talk about Mobile World Congress, where Sony Ericsson introduced the Xperia Play, Neo, Pro, and Arc; HTC announced the Desire S, Wildfire S, Incredible S, Salsa, and ChaCha; Samsung introduced the Galaxy S II; an LG unveiled the Optimus 3D. We also talk about Apple's next iPhone, Honeycomb running on Android phones, AT&T's VoLTE ambitions, the leaked Dell roadmap, and new phone releases for this week. The PocketCast is now available both on iTunes and on Zune. You can get to each just by searching for "Pocketnow." Or, here is the direct download. And some other listening options:

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    The response to last week's first ever Pocketnow PocketCast was quite positive. As a result, we've decided to continue to do the show! This week we have a roundtable discussion about the past week in smartphone news. Like last week, we have Evan Blass with me, and we also add Anton D. Nagy to our discussion. We're also bringing the show to you in new formats. The show should be on iTunes shortly, and also hopefully Zune. Or, you can stream the show through one of the players below, or even download it directly as a 60MB MP3 file. This week we talk about the HTC Inspire 4G, the HTC Saga ...

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