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Though it doesn't have the highest specs in the market, the T-Mobile Concord is a 3G phone designed for smartphone n00bs who want to be contract-free.
This week's Dialed In tackles a bundle of new phones, RIM's next move, and the possible seeding of the "holster revolution."
Though it's inexpensive and contract-free, the PCD Chaser's irritatingly poor battery life, laggy performance, and mediocre call quality make it safe to skip.
Panasonic announces USB-rechargeable 3D glasses that come in a kiddie size, too, Verizon may be prepping two new Droid phones for launch within the next month, and your cell phone may be causing that ringing in your ears.
T-Mobile ditches two-year contracts, LinkedIn changes its search tool, and the Evernote app updates its note-taking tools on Android.
As a mid-level, contract-free handset, the Kyocera Event packs a 3.5-inch IPS display, a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
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.
T-Mobile and Sprint get new Android phones, Time restricts its free online content, and YouTube launches Leanback for viewing videos on your TV.
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.
If AT&T is successful in acquiring T-Mobile, the combined company will provide wireless coverage for roughly 42 percent of all mobile subscribers in the U.S. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on what could happen with your cell phone bills, plans, and service if this deal goes through.