It’s CTIA week, so there’s a lot of talk about cellphones, MIDs, and tablets. This week, Norm and Will talk about the Sprint/HTC 4G Android phone, the Joo Joo, Samsung’s latest Android phone, Windows 7 Phone, Netflix on the Wii, America’s Next Top Model, South Park, Adobe’s upcoming CS5 suite, Nintendo’s 3Ds, Microsoft’s Project Natal, and the first leaked iPad apps.
This week, Will and Norm talk about the latest Windows Phone 7 Series details, the Nexus One on Sprint and AT&T, pirates, LCD and LED technology, lossless audio compression, and a whole lot more. Oh, and the Xbox 360’s rumored upcoming support for non-Microsoft USB keys.
This week, Norm and Will talk about the happenings at the Game Developer Conference, OnLive, Nvidia’s Fermi, Intel’s 6-core CPUs, Sony’s motion controller, and Air Video. Also, check out the (very NSFW) in the forums–and linked below in the comments.
On this week’s show, Norm and Will discuss our Norm’s first week, the Nexus One, our first video test, the iPad’s release date, Windows Phone 7, Microsoft Courier, Nvidia’s driver woes, and a whole lot more.
Welcome to Tested.com’s very first podcast. In this episode we talk about what we’ve been doing since departing Maximum PC, podcast time travel, the PS3’s latest Renaissance, and even Norm’s irrational hatred of Starcraft. We also talk about the new site, what our mission is, and why we’re both excited.