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Entrepreneur, Top Chef judge, and most importantly, awesome chef Hugh Acheson joins us this week to discuss food, apps, and why it’s a really terrible idea to have full meals in easily digestible capsule form. It’s different than our usual, enjoy!
Show notes after the jump, as always!
On this episode of On The Move two things happen. 1. James talks about the Blackberry event and what it is like at those fancy parties 2. We try out some new graphics as part of our “ongoing commitment to excellence” Let us know what you think.
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We’re back from a little schedule shenanigans — Ashley was working up in San Fran, while James had company in from out of town — but we’ve brought a guest in to help ease the pain of having missed us last week.
Brad Molen (Bradford Q. Molen, for those playing at home) is the Associate Mobile Editor at Engadget. He’s also fond of long walks on the beach, playing Pictionary, and caring for his porcelain skin.
It’s a killer show this week, with Cryo Steve making a return, tons of great fan mail, delicious news, and a HILARIOUS trio of grab bag stories. Ashley takes the show to a new low by asking the titular question in this episode. Show notes after the jump!
HTC were kind enough to send me the pretty blue version of their Windows Phone 8 flagship, the 8x. I wanted to like it so much but I just couldn’t get past the boring, uninspired OS. Sorry HTC, this isn’t the phone to change things around.
Let me start by saying the One S is not a super, all-singing, all-dancing flagship device. This device is perfect for anyone coming from a feature phone or for someone who wants a good sized device that doesn’t feel like you are holding a clipboard. So if you aren’t blown away by the specs, don’t blame me or HTC.