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Engadget Mobile Podcast 159 - 11.29.2012

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The Engadget Mobile Podcast says fuhgeddaboutit to the traditional two-hour limit on technology podcasts yet again as they sail through new operating systems and iterated operating systems, phones in high demand and phones in low demand, and cameraphones that just are breaking away from their phone roots: it's another week of cellular synergy curated precisely for your ears.

Hosts: Myriam Joire (tnkgrl), Brad Molen
Guest: Joseph Volpe
Producer: Trent Wolbe
Music: Tycho - Coastal Brake (Ghostly International)

00:02:05 - Nokia Lumia 822 review: the pride of Espoo returns to Verizon Wireless
00:41:18 - Jolla's Sailfish OS promises multitasking, personalization and 'effortless interaction' (updated)
01:06:40 - Microsoft pegs Windows Phone 7.8 update for early 2013 arrival
01:37:45 - Setting aside the smartphone: two weeks with Samsung's Galaxy Camera
01:50:17 - Nokia imaging head Damian Dinning makes 'personal decision' to leave the company
01:53:55 - Huzzah! Some Nexus 4 orders shipping this week, says Google

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