Dialed In 149: No Facebook phone (podcast)

Facebook hosted a mobile event today where it revealed some new products, but it wasn't exactly what we were hoping for. Find out what the company revealed in this week's Dialed In podcast, and catch up on the latest cell phone reviews and news.

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.


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Facebook introduces single sign-on for mobile apps, services
Facebook updating its iPhone, Android apps
T-Mobile announces prepaid Android phone, tethering plans
Update brings Wi-Fi calling to T-Mobile G2
AT&T welcoming Samsung Evergreen for $30
Samsung announces the Messager III
Sprint now live in New York and five other markets
Sprint ID destined for the Galaxy Tab, Epic 4G
Sprint adds AOL, UPS as Sprint ID partners
HTC Desire, Wildfire now available from Alltel Wireless
U.S. Cellular offers new $69.99 data plan
Verizon unveils new tiered plans
Droid X users still waiting for Android Market fix

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