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Engadget Mobile Podcast 130 – 03.18.2012

Sunday, March 18th, 2012

Wade through the post-St. Paddy’s fog with the Engadget Mobile Podcast — the only podcast that, if it were a mobile phone, it would be bathed in lightning, have its radio flashed, and have a pixel density three thousand times greater than even the most sensitive eagle could detect.

Hosts: Myriam Joire (tnkgrl), Brad Molen
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: TychoCoastal Brake (Ghostly International)

00:02:30 – iPad review (2012)

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Custom radio files give Galaxy Note access to T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

If you were looking to get your enormous hands on a Galaxy Note in the U.S. but have no interest in switching to AT&T’s network, you may be in luck. AT&T’s “phablet” was previously limited to EDGE speeds on T-Mobile’s network, making the device a much less appealing option. XDA-Developers forum members have managed to figure out a way to enable HSPA+ support for AWS bands, however. After performing a SIM unlock, a user can flash one of three radio files that will allow the phone to access T-Mobile’s network with the proper SIM card. There are obvious risks involved, but T-Mobile subscribers in search of a supersized smartphone now have access to the king of the crop.

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Gizmodo’s Essential iPad Apps: Updated [Ipad]

Friday, April 2nd, 2010

Apps are still getting approved at a terrifying clip. We’ve added the best of the second wave to the Essential iPad Apps guide, including iBooks (ebook reading), iDisplay (use the iPad as a second monitor), SoundHound (recognize any song via microphone), Pandora (unlimited, custom radio), Dragon Dictation and more. Bookmark the original post; we’re going to be updating it all weekend. More »


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