Takeouts: Smart Phones, Tennis, Your Responses

Thursday, January 28, 2010

  • MONEY TAKEOUT: New York Times finance reporter Louise Story explains how smart phones and other mobile devices are clogging wireless networks across the U.S.
  • SPORTS TAKEOUT: New York Times sports reporter Joe Drape gives us the latest on the Australian Open tennis tournament. Who will match Roger Federer and what are the chances of Serena Williams getting into the next round?
  • LISTENER TAKEOUT: Listeners react to yesterday's conversation with a lucky survivor of the Haiti earthquake, who used his U.N. credentials to leave the country.

Guests:

Joe Drape and Louise Story

Comments [1]

Rick Evans from North East US

With the use of the word "waxed" you would think Joe Drape was watching a 6-1, 6-1 drubbing of Li Na.

Hey, Drape the woman battled the defending champ to TWO TIE BREAKERS. And, Serena squandered four match points before finishing off her opponent. That's not getting waxed.

Serena had best have her error free game ready for Henin or the Belgian might just Clijster her clock.

Jan. 28 2010 07:27 AM

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