Dialed In #162: Barcelona attacks! (podcast)

Mobile news is flying out of Mobile World Congress left and right. We run down the biggest, hardest-hitting product announcements and stories from Barcelona.

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The avalanche of smartphone and tablet news from Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this week is fast and furious; we have to cover our heads to keep our noggins from caving in. While Kent and Bonnie wrap up their enormous coverage in Spain, Nicole, CNET contributing blogger Scott Webster, and I hold down the fort stateside and bring you the biggest product news and stories--including the "PlayStation phone," the "Facebook phone," and the "phone without a phone." 

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Whole lotta news

Nokia, Microsoft becoming Windows Phone bedfellows
Nokia CEO makes the case for Microsoft deal
Revisiting the Xperia Play
This wasn't the PSP phone I was looking for
Sony Ericsson debuts Xperia Neo and Xperia Pro
3D on a phone? Why yes
HTC buddies up with Facebook for two social-networking phones
HTC Incredible S, Wildfire S, Desire S a'coming
Hands-on with the Acer Iconia Smart
Next-gen Samsung Galaxy S II unveiled
Motoblur gets connected with new features
Samsung takes on iPod Touch with Galaxy S Wi-Fi
Tablets of Mobile World Congress 2011
Should HTC have waited for a Honeycomb Flyer?
Google adds video editor to Honeycomb
RIM plans two more PlayBooks for 2011
T-Mobile: Mobile payments coming to U.S. in 2012

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