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Learn how to give your contacts nicknames and phonetic spellings in order to make your iPhone's Voice Control more useful.
We'll give you the scoop on the next-gen iPod Touch; the iPhone 3GS jailbreak is out; and will the App of the Week help Brian find love?
The iPod Touch delivers on all the features we loved about the iPhone's MP3 player.
Q' stands for QWERTY in this portrait-style prepaid Android phone.
Nielsen thinks that Android phones are finally more desirable than iPhones, but Antuan could have told you that based on less than scientific observations. Justin shows us a phone that he does not desire, the HTC Droid Incredible 2. The unlikely Barnes & Noble Nook Color is rapidly becoming the most desirable Android tablet thanks to a new firmware update. Meanwhile, Motorola plans to give hardcore users what they truly desire, quad-core processors and more hacker friendly Android phones. All of that plus more news and the answers to your emailed questions on this week's episode of Android Atlas Weekly with Justin Eckhouse and Antuan Goodwin.
Fed up with cell phone contracts and wondering if a prepaid phone is be the way to go? Here are the best five reasons to make your next phone no-contract.
With parental controls, ease of use, no text messaging, and a prepaid calling plan, the Firefly phone is an ideal mobile for tweens.
On today's show, we bid an only slightly passive-aggressive farewell to Jason Howell on his last day here at CNET. Jerk. Love you, babe! Also, we're beret without the Bookface, Netflix apologizes for rightly calling Americans self-absorbed, and did you really think the Apple TV was going to ship on time? --Molly
Vic the Texas Rancher pilot wrote in but somehow in the twisted mind of Molly Wood his name became Texas Ranger Panda. And now she can't stop laughing at the cute Ranger Panda writing in about HD makeup. Which Natali thinks is a conspiracy. We also review the DTV transition and help you get a contract-free iPhone.
Looking for the perfect smart phone to give to a loved one this holiday season? CNET's Brian Cooley thinks this Research In Motion model is the one.