Listen Up: AndroidGuys Podcast Episode #116 now on demand

Listen Up: AndroidGuys Podcast Episode #116 now on demand

Here’s a friendly notification to let you know that you can now listen to the latest AndroidGuys podcast whenever you want. If you haven’t already done so, grab it with your favorite podcast application and get to it.  This week (Episode #116 “Sprint HTC One X EVO 4G LTE HD”) saw the hosts Andrew Kameka (@Androinca) and Nick Grey (@HTCSource) joining Scott Webster as they discussed recent goings-on in the Android space.

Topics this week include Verizon’s plans to only release 4G LTE smartphones in 2012, the rumored Nexus tablet, Samsung Galaxy S III,  and more.

The second segment of the show is always dedicated to existing users looking for new apps, accessories, or future devices.  This week was all apps and games and featured the following titles.  How many of these do you have?

ANDREW – Tablified Market HD, Beautiful Widgets, Wallbase
SCOTT – Go Launcher HD, UberHype, TED
NICK – Pocket, NBA Jam

Apologies in advance for some of the unbalanced audio that plagues the first few minutes of the show.

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Scott Webster
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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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