Dialed In 163: Mobile World Congress recap (podcast)

In this week's episode of Dialed In, we take a look back at some of the highs, lows, and everything in between of Mobile World Congress 2011.

Mobile World Congress 2011 is over, and the gang's back together once again, but before we say adios to MWC, we thought it'd be good to recap some of the highs and lows of the show. Plus, Nokia may have signed on with Microsoft and Windows Phone 7, but the Finnish handset manufacturer says it's still committed to Symbian. We discuss their future, as well as RIM's, and much more (hologram phones!) on this week's episode of Dialed In.

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News
Highs and lows from Mobile World Congress
Nokia baits developers with free Windows Phones
Symbian is here to stay, says Nokia
Nokia X2 makes its way to T-Mobile prepaid
Samsung Captivate to get Froyo update on Thursday
Sprint to reveal new handset on Feb. 24, hints at Windows Phone 7
Consumer Cellular intros Motorola VX345
Google releases final Honeycomb SDK
Looking beyond Honeycomb
The 411: The future of BlackBerry

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Sonim XP3300 Force
Motorola ES400S

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About the author

Bonnie Cha was a former chief correspondent for CNET Crave, covering every kind of tech toy imaginable (with a special obsession for robots and Star Wars-related stuff). When she's not scoping out stories, you can find her checking out live music or surfing in the chilly waters of Northern California.

 

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