Yeah, we had a two podcasts during CES, but that doesn't mean we're done with it just yet. Still sleep-deprived and filled with excitement from the show floor, it's time to catch up on the tech we didn't get a chance to discuss -- and the stuff we couldn't get enough of. Is octa-core really CPU related or a villain from the world of Batman? Is Samsung's Youm a new dessert or some exciting flexible display technology? Is T-Mobile poised to conquer the mobile realm this year? Most importantly, is everything that happened prior to CES officially a blur for Myriam and Brad? You'll just have to tune in after the break to find out!
Hosts: Myriam Joire (tnkgrl), Brad Molen
Producer: Joe Pollicino
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00:08:43 - Intel Lexington-based phones
00:16:51 - Samsung Youm flexible display tech
00:20:17 - Tactus morphing touchscreen keyboard
00:23:29 - Wysips solar-cell display hands-on
00:27:02 - Samsung ATIV Odyssey for Verizon
00:29:11 - Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 for Verizon
00:29:28 - Engadget CES interview with Verizon's Praveen Atreya
00:42:24 - T-Mobile's Las Vegas LTE launch
00:42:24 - HTC One SV for Cricket hands-on
00:46:05 - HTC design: Hits & misses
00:52:29 - iPhone on T-Mobile, maybe, soon?
00:52:51 - T-mobile HD Voice launch
00:53:13 - T-mobile contract-free unlimited data plans
00:54:53 - T-Mobile Tap Tag NFC app for Android hands-on
00:56:30 - A4WP wireless charging
01:01:55 - CES 2013 smartphone roundup
01:08:15 - Pebble smartwatch hands-on
01:26:37 - Twitter question: Motorola Droid M vs. Verizon Nexus?
01:30:18 - Extended thoughts on octa-core
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