Ep. 106: No, Virginia, there is no Verizon iPhone Video
After a busy two weeks of CES and the Verizon iPhone, Dialed In takes a breather to digest the latest cell phone reviews and all the other news we couldn't get to before.
This week on Dialed In, CNET's cell phone team debates Verizon's new tiered data plans, iPhone rumors, Samsung Nexus S troubles and the name for Bonnie's new column.
This week on Dialed In we talk about the latest Android phone news, Bonnie and Kent speculate on what iOS 4 will mean for Google's little green guy, and we discuss our latest reviews.
Well, so much for that rumor. Facebook held a mobile event at its Palo Alto, Calif., headquarters today but it didn't reveal the Facebook phone. In fact, the company pretty much shot down that idea. Still, there was plenty of mobile-related news surrounding the popular social networking site, and Jessica Dolcourt is here to give you the full scoop. Plus, we discuss the new data plans from Verizon and U.S. Cellular and recap the week's reviews and news all on Dialed In episode 149.
Even more iPhone Verizon rumors, the upcoming Droid 2, and the BlackBerry Torch. Catch the cell phone stories, launches, and reviews in this week's episode.
This week, Dialed In explores a mess of AT&T news and rumors.
This week, the Dialed In crew talks cheap Android phones, tablet news, and an intriguing speculation on why Verizon-partnered call centers could be staffing up.
Finally, we get a bit of relief from this busy summer of cell phone madness, but even though it's a short week, there's still some news to discuss. Motorola and T-Mobile have teamed up on another Android phone, and Samsung and Sprint have done the same. Also, problems continue to plague the iPhone 4, but there are also a number of bright spots. Plus, we take a look at T-Mobile's first LG handset and Pantech's phone for seniors. All this and more on this week's Dialed In podcast.
We welcome Bonnie back to San Francisco for the week as Dialed In brings you all the news from the CTIA cell phone blowout.
This week's Dialed In focuses on new BlackBerry phones, Android rumors, the AT&T-T-Mobile merger, and new reviews. And we have a special guest with Roger Cheng from CNET News.