Here’s What’s On Tap For This Weeks AndroidGuys Thursday Night Podcast!
After taking the last week to recover from my birthday last Thursday, I think I’m ready to come back to the AndroidGuys Thursday Night Podcast! Thanks to Scott Webster for covering for me last week while my friends, family, and I celebrated. I appreciate him taking time out of his week to make sure that the show ran smoothly!
So, what’s in store for this week? Let’s see…
- Dell has decided to release their first micro tablet, the Streak
- General Android tablet discussion (would you buy one?)
- Droid Shadow news
- The future of Android updates from Google
- Dual Core Snapdragon goodness
- Much, much more…
We’re continuing the live call in format, again unscreened this week. Hopefully in the upcoming week I can find us a great call screener and we can fine tune this format. Remember, keep your comments on air aligned with the topic we are currently discussing. I don’t mean to be a jerk, but I’ll cut you off if you wander off topic. Thanks in advance.
Oh, one other thing… thanks to Jamie up in British Columbia, I’ll be giving out a Motorola Droid car dock to a lucky listener. You’ve got to live in the United States or Canada to win though. I’m not shipping this thing to the mountains of Nepal.
If you want even the slightest chance of winning this, you’re gonna need to follow me on Twitter. Sorry, that’s how it is.
Vital show info:
Link to tomorrow’s podcast and chat room: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/androidguys/2010/06/04/android-guys-thursday-nights
7PM Pacific/10PM Eastern
Call in number: 347-637-2112
Talk to you all tomorrow!!
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