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Andrew and Paul discuss Apple’s newest iPads, the iPad Air and Retina Mini. Did Apple make a mistake by not allowing pre-orders? Andrew brings up just how many gadgets are coming out this fall that he is interested in purchasing such as the PS4, Xbox One, and Nexus 5. Is that just too many new gadgets launching at the same time? Motorola unveils Project Ara, an open-source initiative for modular smartphones. What does Project Ara mean for the smartphone market? And Andrew and Paul discuss Nokia’s Lumia sales hitting a new record in North America. Has Nokia finally made their way back into the North American smartphone market?
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