BlackBerry Cool Podcast: Episode 25

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BBCoolFor the week of April 7th., we talk a good long time with Mark Ruddock and Jay Steele from Viigo about the fabled Project Tango due around WES. It’ll be the first step in a tonne of new features that will be released after the big show, and has us pretty darned excited. We also talk with John Pollard from Jott, who launched a BlackBerry app for their voice service just before CTIA late last month. If that ain’t enough, we also blast through a some fresh device releases and more news from India. Wanna listen? We got you covered three ways from Sunday.

  • Daniel

    Simon you guys need to bump up the volume for the podcasts because it`s kinda low compared to other 20 podcasts i listen. Keep up the good work.

  • Daniel

    Simon you guys need to bump up the volume for the podcasts because it`s kinda low compared to other 20 podcasts i listen. Keep up the good work.

  • http://www.blackberrycool.com/ BlackBerry Cool Simon

    Thanks for listening Daniel. :) That’s weird, I bumped up the audio gain this go-around… I’ll keep an eye on the volume next week for sure.

  • http://www.blackberrycool.com BlackBerry Cool Simon

    Thanks for listening Daniel. :) That’s weird, I bumped up the audio gain this go-around… I’ll keep an eye on the volume next week for sure.

  • Luke H

    have you checked the itunes XML file? it has problems, can’t subscribe to the feed and no ep’s are downloading due to a somehow corrupt xml file. please check it!!

  • Luke H

    have you checked the itunes XML file? it has problems, can’t subscribe to the feed and no ep’s are downloading due to a somehow corrupt xml file. please check it!!

  • http://www.blackberrycool.com/ BlackBerry Cool Simon

    Grar. Thanks Luke, all fixed. The file must have been opened in Word or something, because all the apostrophes were turned into fancy ones that weren’t recognizable.

  • http://www.blackberrycool.com BlackBerry Cool Simon

    Grar. Thanks Luke, all fixed. The file must have been opened in Word or something, because all the apostrophes were turned into fancy ones that weren’t recognizable.