Dialed In Podcast 105: Google Phone rumor redux

The tech world is abuzz again with the rumor that Google is working on its own Android-based phone. Could the Gphone actually be? We discuss this and more on this week's Dialed In podcast.

Remember the rumor about Google working on its own Android phone? Well, it's back again, despite the fact that Google has said it's not interested in making hardware. On this week's episode of Dialed In, we discuss the possibility of an actual "Gphone" and its ramifications. Plus, Kent has a few things he would like to get off his chest about Sony Ericsson, and Nicole takes a look at a Bluetooth headset with a one-of-a-kind design.

Also, we're nominated for Best Mobile Phone Formatted Podcast at Podcast Awards, so feel free to head on over to the Web site and vote for our little old podcast. Voting takes place now until November 30 and you can vote once a day. Thanks for listening!

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Rumor(s) of the week
Rumors of GPhone refuse to die
HTC Passion rumors heat up

News
Switching to Android? Read this first
It's OK, iPhone, the Droid can be good, too
Dell unveils Android-based Mini 3 smartphone
Nokia N900 now on sale in the U.S. BlackBerry Curve 8520 coming to AT&T
AT&T reveals the LG Shine II
An open letter to Sony Ericsson

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About the author

Bonnie Cha is chief correspondent for 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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