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Streamed live on Nov 27, 2012
Finally, we have all 4 of our favorite Verge mobile editors together for a Tuesday Verge Mobile Show. When their powers combine, the force is so awesome even Google can't handle it. Despite the technical difficulties, Dieter, Chris, Vlad, and Dan manage to have a great debate. Are we finally approaching a specs plateau in mobile phones, or will there always be room for improvement? We'll let you decide for yourselves.
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00:04:10 - Nokia ex-pats Jolla offer a first look at their Sailfish smartphone OS 00:06:55 - RIM CEO Thorsten Heins: 'we have this one shot with BlackBerry 10' 00:15:00 - Are mobile hardware specs stabilizing? 00:36:25 - Access Denied: why Android's broken promise of unlocked bootloaders needs to be fixed 00:37:10 - Google bungling Nexus 4 sales again 00:41:25 - Nexus 4 works with LTE after simple tweak 00:42:45 - The best smartphone: what to buy on every carrier 00:48:00 - iPad mini + [insert non-iPhone here] = a potent combo 00:53:10 - Apple reportedly fires Maps manager after iOS 6 complaints 00:55:05 - Nokia's Here Maps out now for iOS, the wait for a true Google Maps replacement continues 00:56:50- Outlook.com app comes to Android with Exchange ActiveSync support wrapped in outdated design 00:58:45- Apollo Plus: Microsoft's next Windows Phone update to include Wi-Fi, audio, and other fixes More from The Verge: