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BYTE Wireless Radio Episode 19

Listen to Fritz Nelson, Gina Smith and Craig Johnston dig into the week in mobile -- episode 19 of BYTE Wireless Radio.

On today's BYTE Wireless Radio episode Episode 19, co-hosts Craig Johnston, Fritz Nelson, Gina Smith and mobile expert and BYTE senior editor Todd Ogasawara take on the week in mobile.

We dig into the upcoming iPhone 5, due mid-September, Nintendo's failures, including its seeming inability to compete with mobile gaming devices. Also on the show: details on upcoming Amazon 3G tablet and five million Galaxy SII smartphones sold in Europe and Asia. Also we talk about what's going on with Windows Phone 7 and Mango, shipped to manufacturers this week.

Listen to the show for all this and more. Click here to subscribe via iTunes.

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