Mobile Roar Podcast 27: SnapChat leak, Nokia Normandy, and CES 2014


We’re back from a short holiday break to talk about the big stories in mobile from the last two weeks. A ton of SnapChat user data was leaked and SnapChat doesn’t seem too sorry about it. Their apology expired after a few seconds. The Nokia Normandy was spotted once again, but this time we can see it’s running Android. We also talk about CES next week and our favorite phones from 2013. Enjoy!

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CES 2014

Best Phones of 2013

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Chris Chavez (@GamerCore) – Phandroid.com
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Joe Fedewa
Ever since I flipped open my first phone I've been obsessed with the devices. I've dabbled in other platforms, but Android is where I feel most at home.

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  1. god this is painful

  2. Guys the BT thing

    Samsung signed a non-sep with nokia so no suing there….

    HTC have 50 patents asserted by Nokia as offending
    7 patents have been won in court so this is not just BT file transfer.

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