Streamed live on Dec 18, 2012
The Verge Mobile Show turns 30 this week, but it doesn't look a day over 29. Ok, it's been a little bit pixelated recently, but we'll blame that on Google. Speaking of Google: Dieter, Chris, and Dan review Google Maps for iOS and the end of Exchange ActiveSync for Google services. How will these latest developments affect your mobile life? And is Microsoft getting nothing but coal from Google in it's stocking this year?
Also on the agenda: The latest Android hardware including the HTC M7, the Sony Yuga, and the Galaxy Grand.
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00:06:15 - Apple reportedly in talks to add Foursquare information to Maps
00:13:15 - Google Maps for iPhone is here: how data and design beat Apple
00:18:55 - YouTube launches Capture, a video recording and enhancing app for iOS
00:19:25 - Google makes Gmail sync harder on rival platforms by dropping Exchange ActiveSync for consumers
00:21:05 - Microsoft left 'surprised' by Google's Exchange ActiveSync announcement
00:23:50 - Google has 'no plans to build out Windows apps,' according to product manager
00:28:00 - No, Instagram can't sell your photos: what the new terms of service really mean
00:37:40 - HTC M7 rumored to replace One X in February with 4.7-inch, 468ppi screen and Sense 5
00:45:35 - Google says Nexus 4 supplies are scarce and erratic, offers unreserved apology for delays