Thursday Night Podcast Tonight 7PM Pacific, 10PM Eastern!

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Join Scott Brown and co-host Matthew Patience tonight at 7PM Pacific, 10PM Eastern, 0200 UTC round 2 of the Thursday Night AndroidGuys Podcast! If you listened in last week, you’ll remember that we gave away a TON of stuff from ZAGG and AndroidSwag! This week, we’ve got even more! Here’s a quick teaser on what we’re doing tonight:

  • Tonights show will be sponsored by AndroidSwag! They just launched their online store and they’ve got some killer stuff to hand out live on the air to our listeners!
  • We’ll be talking about Google getting serious about games on Android, Mobile Netflix, Droid (HTC) Incredible, and more!
  • We’ll have Punit Soni, Lead Product Manager for Mobile Apps at Google live with us to talk about Google Buzz!
  • Announcing the winners of the Slacker Radio Plus contest! (Don’t forget your last minute entry and make sure we know how to get a hold of you if you win!)

So be in the chat room to listen to us live at 7PM Pacific, 10PM Eastern tonight! You may also want to subscribe to my Twitter account, as it very well may give you a leg up on winning some gear tonight. It worked last week!

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  1. Chris
    April 16, 17:42 Reply

    Downloaded the podcast on Google Listen and tried to listen on my way to work this morning. I think I only heard about 10-15 words Scott said. I hope you can fix the audio because it's not a viable podcast unless that's fixed. (BTW, audio for the guests on the phone was better.)

  2. eka
    July 13, 19:05 Reply

    thank you so much for sharing :p

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