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Episode #153 of the SMRpodcast with special guest host Terrance Gaines, a.k.a. BrothaTech, is online and ready for download.

It was kind of a laid back show this week, but, we touch on a lot of tech, including our thoughts on mobile App development, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 with phone capabilities, and the PlayStation 4 announcement.

We also wonder what the heck Marissa Mayer was thinking when she called for an end to telecommuting at Yahoo!, and if Samsung selling almost 40% of Android devices is a bad thing for Google.

We've got all this, plus, our picks in episode #153 of the SMRpodcast…

Show Details

  • Recorded: February 26th, 2012
  • Published: February 27th, 2012
  • Duration: 01hr 37min 00sec
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SHOW TOPICS

Opening Thoughts
  • We welcome our friend Terrence Gaines Mr. BrothaTech to the show
  • Rod is away this week
  • Somehow we get on the topic of wing flavors
We talk about the status of the BlackBerry 10 OS
  • Robb lets us know the status of Verizon carrying the BlackBerry 10
  • Terrence lets us know that he likes what he has seen so far
  • Chris thinks that there is still enough BlackBerry fans to sell a good amount of BlackBerry 10 phones
Terrence gives a better rundown on the Pebble Watch
  • Chris asks Terrence to give us a rundown of the Pebble watch
  • Terrence lists tells us why he likes it and any issues that have come up so far
  • Robb feels that the Pebble could not live up to his taste in nice watches
How long will BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone lag behind for developer mind share
  • Robb feels that it will be quite some time before BlackBerry 10 and Windows Phone get first party apps early
  • Chris points out that Windows Phone just crossed over the 130000 mark
  • Terrence really wonders what keeps developers from developing for other platforms
Sony announces the PlayStation 4
  • Terrence was disappointed that the device was not shown but plans on getting one
  • Chris says that no matter what they put out he was not switching from Xbox
  • Robb agrees with Chris
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