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MobileTechRoundup show #228; Gestures, Nokia X7, and Android Sidekicks

There was plenty to talk about in the world of mobile technology, including iOS gestures, Nokia X7 and AT&T, Galaxy S 4G, and Sidekick Android devices.
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Written by Matthew Miller, Contributor on

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Kevin and I covered quite a bit of mobile tech in MobileTechRoundup show #228. The gestures in iOS 4.3 beta appeal to Kevin and after some talking with him and the Ustream participants I can see the benefits too. I am a fan of Nokia devices and agree with Kevin that Nokia has issues in the US, as seen with the latest rumors regarding the X7 and AT&T. Other topics discussed in the show include Google Voice and number porting, one host getting rid of an iPad, the Galaxy S 4G, Sidekick Android, and an excellent looking Google Talk and Google Voice freeware for iOS devices.

Please let me know if you have any topics you want us to cover on a future show and make sure to join us live each week on Ustream. We find it very helpful to have audience participation where we can address your questions on the show live.

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