Dialed In 134: When cell phone names go wrong

Though the controversy continues to rage over the iPhone 4's antenna, we make room this week for other topics like Android news and absurd cell phone names.

Believe it or not, we have news to discuss this week that doesn't concern the iPhone 4. Android is back front and center with the Samsung Captivate and Vibrant, the first two Galaxy S models to go on sale. Bonnie gives us the scoop on both models and reports on the hot New York weather. Also in the podcast, Nicole tackles Android from the budget angle; Kent lists silly cell phone names; and, yes, we even talk about the latest controversy with Apple's handset.



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