Dialed In 124: HP buys Palm Video
CTIA begins next week in Las Vegas so we spend this episode of Dialed In dishing on what we'll see at America's favorite wireless trade show.
We're all back together again as one big, happy cell phone family here in Las Vegas to cover CES 2010. There have been a few mobile announcements at the show, but the most talked about handset launched right before we got here. Yes, we're talking about the Nexus One. We dive into the Google phone as well as dish the details on the latest CES launches, including the Palm Pre Plus, LG Lotus Elite, and Motorola Backflip, all on this week's episode of Dialed In, Las Vegas edition.
Mobile World Congress 2011 is over and the gang's back together once again, but before we say adios to MWC, we thought it'd be good to recap some of the highs and lows of the show. Plus, Nokia may have signed on with Microsoft and Windows Phone 7, but the Finnish handset manufacturer says it's still committed to Symbian. We discuss their future, as well as RIM's, and much more (hologram phones!) on this week's episode of Dialed In.
This week we are sans Nicole, but for a very good reason: She became an official U.S. citizen today! Frankly, there hasn't been a ton of cell phone news over the past few days, but we know it's just the calm before the storm. The storm being CTIA Spring 2010. Still, Kent, Jason, and I find plenty to talk about, including our wishes for the iPhone 4G and ways Android beats the iPhone right now. Plus, we take a tour of Sony Ericsson's new user experience platform and try to answer more of your Windows Phone 7 Series questions. You can find it all here on Dialed In Episode 118.
Episode 51 of the Digital City, where we deconstruct the PSP Go, new MacBook rumors, and Palm Pre price cuts.
Apple caught us by surprise this morning when it dropped the iPad 4 just six months after the debut of the iPad 3. An overview of all the announcements including the Retina MacBook Pro, iMac, and Mac Mini on today's episode.
Earlier this week, HTC made a big to-do about a "major news announcement" that would be revealed on Thursday morning. There was speculation that it could be a settlement with Apple or a partnership with HP and WebOS. However, no one expected what was actually announced: a majority stake in Beats Electronics, the makers of Beats by Dr. Dre and other headphones. We go over the details of the partnership and try to make sense of the decision on this week's podcast. Plus, Nokia pulls back on Symbian and feature phones in North America, and we take a look at this week's reviews. Get your Dialed In fix right here.
Remember the rumor about Google working on its own Android phone? Well, it's back again, despite the fact that
During CNET's 2005 Holiday Helpdesk, Stephen in New York dialed in, wondering which PDA has the best battery life and is the most durable: the Palm LiveDrive or the Palm TX.
Nicole is out today, but we hope she doesn't mind us talking about her, especially since we all agree that she's awesome. On this week's podcast, Sprint and Motorola's renewed partnership and offer some first impressions about their new smartphones. U.S. Cellular wants you to know that its got some big plans too, as the carrier announces the rest of their lineup for 2011. Also, get the latest news on the AT&T-T-Mobile merger and much more, all on this episode of Dialed In.