PC World Podcast 49: Google Donut, BlackBerry Storm 2, and Wi-Fi Direct

Hold on to your balloons! This week on the PC World Podcast, editors Robert Strohmeyer, Ginny Mies, Tim Moynihan, and Mark Sullivan try to cover as much of the week's tech news as possible in 20 minutes.

Download the podcast here. Here's what's flying on this week's show.

  • Android Donut tastes delicious. Ginny Mies offers her take on the new Google Android OS, and it's mmmmm good.
  • Ginny give us a hands-on review of the new BlackBerry Storm 2. It's a massive improvement over its predecessors, but she's still not sold, and she'll tell you why.
  • Mark Sullivan explains why the new Wi-Fi Direct standard may be the death of Bluetooth.

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