The Verge Mobile Show returns as always to represent the people's needs in a precarious mobile marketplace. On this week's episode Dieter, Vlad and Chris are fully-charged and ready as ever to perform their civic duties. In the case of The People vs. Flash, a landmark decision has been made which will enforce a long awaited restraining order. What does this mean? Is anyone going to mount an appeal? How will your right to unlimited kitten videos be affected? For affordable, unbiased council and always-reliable representation, tune in to The Verge Mobile Show!
- 00:03:30 - Flash for Android dies today, long live the 'full web experience'
- 00:12:40 - Google's Motorola laying off 20 percent of its workforce as it focuses on a few good phones
- 00:27:40 - All four major US carriers join with Google, ISIS to form Mobile Payments Committee
- 00:36:35 - Apple to start taking pre-orders for new iPhone September 12th, says iMore
- 00:38:45 - T-Mobile loses half a million contract customers, mitigates with 227,000 new prepaid users
- 00:40:35 - Samsung's 'Odyssey' Windows Phone 8 device could come to T-Mobile with LTE
- 00:48:50 - Cell phone radiation limits under government scrutiny for the first time since 1996
- 00:54:40 - RIM confirms BlackBerry 10 'can be licensed' as it enters final stages of testing
- 00:57:50 - Digia acquires Qt from Nokia, plans to enable it on Android, iOS, and Windows 8
- 01:02:05 - Will Nokia become collateral damage in Microsoft's battle with Apple?
- 01:09:25 - The reserve tank
Special thanks to Sean Hollister for the introduction to this week's show!