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It's another one of El Reg's enterprise tech casts, where we get into the nitty-gritty of everything that went down in the past few days in the world of electronics, mobile, services and more. This week your hosts are Greg Knieriemen and Sarah Vela as Ed Saipetch is playing hookie. The pair discuss the Congressional smackdown, the worst PR in the tech industry, cultural differences in the tech industry, the iPad Mini and Google's 10-inch screen.

This week we cover:

  • Eddie's connectivity
  • Sarah's Birthday
  • Huawei getting hammered in the US
  • No one is defending Huawei
  • The worst PR in the tech industry
  • Cultural gaps
  • The iPad Mini is for real
  • Bad apps and web browsing on tablets
  • Google takes the opposite tack with a 10-inch screen
  • Tablet photography
  • Next week, Eddie records from Amsterdam.

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