In this week's edition of The Fonecast we're talking about the forthcoming Windows Phone 8 mobile operating system, the UK launch of the Amazon Appstore and the GSMA's plans to make international roaming easier to understand.
There's also time to discuss new mobile tariffs from Virgin Media, cars that call for help after an accident, some mobile shopping research and LG's future as a tablet manufacturer.
You can listen to the programme on our website audio player, via iTunes, by using our RSS feed or by downloading the mp3 or OGG audio files directly. Alternatively, install the Android, iOS or webOS Stitcher Radio app and stream the podcast straight to your mobile phone.
||Microsoft previews its new mobile platform
||Amazon brings its application store to the UK
||New Virgin Media tariffs include unlimited data
||European MPs want cars to phone for help
||Sponsor's message: 51Degrees.mobi
||New GSMA initiative to simplify international mobile use
||Research shows how mobiles are disrupting high-street shopping
||LG tablet development takes a back seat
||Twitter recovers after a glitch last week
||Android-powered Google TV heads for the UK
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