Dialed In 120: Bonnie's back! (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.

It's a very special day at Dialed In. For a limited-time engagement, our very own Bonnie Cha graces us with her presence on her way back to New York City from CTIA. Bonnie had a little business on the left coast, which included a visit to her old stomping grounds at the San Francisco office. She's even back in her old cubicle so it's like she never left.

But as exciting as her visit is, today's show is all about CTIA. We saw a lot happen last week in Vegas, from America's first commercially available (well, almost available) 4G cell phone to a handset with recycled parts for Sprint. Android news also dominated at the show with the first handsets featuring the little green guy for Nextel, Kyocera, and Dell. Also in the show, Nicole baffles Kent with her green lingo and Jason pays no attention because he's too busy updating his Droid. Good times.



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CTIA news
Hands-on the LG Remarq
Sneak peek at Pantech Link, Pantech Pursuit
Hands-on with the Dell Aero; well, sort of
Hands-on with the Motorola i1
Palm Pre Plus, Pixi Plus headed to AT&T
Closer look at the Kyocera Zio
Samsung Galaxy S hands-on
Sprint unveils first 4G phone

Other news
LG Rumor Touch gets pricing and availability
Sprint to offer Money Back Guarantee
Droid owners to get Android 2.1?
Prizefight: Motorola Devour vs. Motorola Cliq XT

Casio G'zOne Brigade
Sony Ericsson Xperia X10
Nokia Nuron

Upcoming reviews
Samsung Sunburst
Samsung Strive
Motorola i890
LG Rumor Touch
Samsung Modus 3500
HTC HD2 (T-Mobile)
Sprint Overdrive
HTC Legend

About the author

Kent German leads CNET's How To coverage and is the senior managing editor of CNET Magazine. A veteran of CNET since 2003, he started in San Francisco and is now based in the London office. When not at work, he's planning his next trip to Australia, going for a run, or watching planes land at the airport (yes, really).


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