Download and listen to AndroidGuys Episode #124

Just a quick note to let you guys and gals know that our latest podcast is in the books and available for download.  Recorded live on June 13, 2012, the show was broadcast over Google Hangouts under the AndroidGuys page.

This show marks the first episode in the last few weeks that has also been extracted to an audio-only version for podcast subscribers.  We’ve been playing with Google Hangouts live broadcasts over the last few episodes and keep learning new and fun stuff to implement.  Going forward we hope to deliver an audio version of the show for our regular podcast listeners within a day of the live broadcast.  What’s more, we are confident that we’ll have even better audio quality than in times past, something we always strive to improve.

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Download AndroidGuys Episode #124 directly

Should you want to watch the show as it’s being broadcast and recorded, simple follow us on Google+.  We will generally convene on Wednesday evenings around 10:30PM EST so keep your eyes and ears open.  In the event you miss the show but still want to watch, head over to YouTube and subscribe to AndroidGuys!

Topics for #124 “Once, Twice, Three Times a Beta” include the following:

  • Verizon’s new Share Everything shared data plans
  • Apple’s WWDC announcements and how it affects Android
  • HTC’s desire to stay a premium brand
  • Sony Xperia miro, Xperia tipo
  • Apps, games, accessories, and tablets we’ve been reviewing

Filling in for Sam Herren this week, Dustin Karnes joins Scott Webster, Andrew Kameka (Androinica), and Nick Gray (HTC Source).

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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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