Mobile Roar Podcast: Google Edition devices, Windows Phone 8.1, and more


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Those of you who are veterans here on Phandroid know it’s been awhile since we last put together a podcast. In an effort to you keep you up to date with the week’s biggest news, as well as gain some perspective from other mobile platform users, we’ve put together our official Mobile Roar podcast. In this debut episode, you will hear rare insights from myself, Joe Fedewa fromWinSource, Edgar Cervantes from GTVSource andChromespot, and special guest Mark Hearn from XboxOneDaily.

In the podcast, we talk about the latest mobile phones like the new Google Edition Galaxy S4 and HTC One, Windows Phone 8.1 leaks, budding new technologies like Sony’s Smartwatch, Google Glass, and how much we think Spint’s 4G network sucks (but getting better). Have a listen and let us know what you think!

[Direct Download: Mobile Roar #1]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. YES!!! This is awesome. I hope to see many more of these in the future. THANK YOU!

    1. Come back after you listen and leave more feedback :)

      1. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Well, except maybe when Mark was talking down on smart watches. I’m glad to see that the vote was unanimous otherwise. It was nice to have such a well varied group of professionals talk about the things I love. Keep ’em going, I’ll listen to every one.

        1. Guess I was the villain during that segment. Thanks for listening :)

          1. Hey man, every good story needs a good villain. Thanks for being there and participating.

          2. I didn’t listen, but I’m on your side – watches are for grandpas

  2. Ooooh me likey. Listening to it between taking calls at work, I’m about 20 minutes in right now. Weird how listening to people discuss phones is so fascinating. ;)

    1. Yeah, I even listened to it again. Lol We’re like super nerds. :p

  3. It will take a few before this gets into iTunes (ironically). When will Google Music adopt podcasts??? Missed opportunity.

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