The Phones Show video podcast (used to be The Smartphones Show)

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Programme 86 covers:

  • Extended News
  • Gotta have QWERTY - why you might want to move on from a numeric keypad
  • Demo and commentary on the 'real' digital zoom in the Nokia N86 8MP
  • My verdict on the Samsung i8910 HD, the most powerful smartphone (in theory) in the world

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Show 104 - Testing voice recognition on Symbian and Android, plus a brief report from the Phones Show Chat pub meet and... my Top 3 phones in each of 3 categories for March 2010

Show 103 - Big news roundup from Mobile World Congress, plus an overview of the top 5 smartphone operating systems, and two Phones Show user stories

Show 102 - Extended news, plus Blackberry memory cleaning tips, a hands-on review of the Nokia N900, a chat with SPB about their TV and other new products of theirs for Mobile World Congress

Show 101 - Massive review of the Google Nexus One, plus an in-depth interview with the guy behind Vlingo, talking about their voice recognition app and the future of voice in mobile

Show 100 - News, Busting Mobile Myths, Blackberry Top 10 applications, plus two user stories

Show 99 - News, plus a main feature detailing my smartphone recommendations for no less than seven categories of user, and yet another retro user story

Show 98 - News, plus a hands-on review of the Nokia E72, a Nimbuzz demo and a surprisingly retro user story

Show 97 - News, plus a snowy User Story and Symbian's Right of Reply to the industry - I interview Lee Williams

Show 96 - Extended News, plus the Top 10 iPhone Apps, a user story and an introduction to the Nokia N900

Show 95 - Another user testimony, my review of the HTC HD2 and my top eBay smartphone 'bargains'(!)

Show 94 - News of the Sony Ericsson X10, Motorola Droid and more, plus another user testimony, my review of the Nokia N97 mini and our top 10 Android applications

Show 93 - News of two new Blackberry flagships, plus the Android-powered Pulse and Google's New Maps Navigation, Krish Patel's testimony and my big, big Autumn "Top  5  6" Phones(!)

Show 92 - Brief news, Security on your phone, part 2, a hands-on review of the Nokia 5730 XpressMusic and a rant about a device with 6" touchscreen and superb QWERTY keyboard.

Show 91 - News, head-to-head comparison of the main mobile application stores, ways to defeat fear(!) on the Nokia E75, plus an invite to SEE 2009 and the three top entries from the win-a-N97 competition.

Show 90 - Extended news and a hands on review of the HTC Hero.

Show 89 - Extended news (including the Nokia N900) and hands on reviews of the Nokia E52 and E55.

Show 88 - Mini-reviews of the HTC Magic and LG KS360, plus a feature on Touch vs Button-driven phones - is one better than the other?

Show 87 - User testimonies from The Phones Show audience. All videos sent in before the deadline have been published!

Show 86 - Extended News, plus 'Gotta have QWERTY', a look at effective digital zoom in the Nokia N86 and my verdict on the Samsung i8910 HD.

Show 85 - News of the HTC Hero and Nokia updates; James Burland reports on what's new in the iPhone 3GS hardware, plus I respond with a few bits they still need to add

Show 84 - A Symbian special - the Nokia E75 reprised, hands-on review of the Nokia N86 8MP and an interview with Lee Williams, Executive Director of the Symbian Foundation


Archive of earlier Smartphones Shows