Brian, Lynn, and Roger fill you in on what you missed at Mobile World Congress. Also, we dive into wireless tech, with talk of Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC-enabled devices.
That's right, folks, Mobile World Congress is now in full swing. Join Lynn, Brian, and special guest Bonnie Cha as we chat about all the enticing new phones rolling out of the show.
Mobile World Congress is just around the corner, and the devices are already stacking up, especially Ice Cream Sandwich smartphones. Join Brian, Lynn, and Jessica for the pregame show.
People 24 to 34 are most likely to own a smartphone, but those 55 to 64 making more than $100,000 are also front-runners, Nielsen finds.
This week on Dialed In: a love letter--or at least a like letter--to the biggest phone on the market, carriers that need to learn a lesson from Cupid, and a keyboard that makes Brian's heart sing.
It remains to be seen whether Vonage can make much traction against Skype's installed base, but the opportunities abroad are huge.
We discuss the juicy new details of Windows Phone 8 and debate whether or not HTC should do away with its Sense skin.
Just how many more people can AT&T upset? Kent German, CNET mobile section editor is one, and he may have been one too many. Also, how about the Motorola Droid Razr Maxx, which is probably what the original Droid Razr should have been? We chat about these topics plus all this week's latest news in smartphones.
BlackBerry-maker RIM has a new chief in command. Will he be able to refresh the ailing brand, or is it more of the same under Thorsten Heins?
In this week's episode we discuss the hottest smartphones unveiled at CES 2012 and even show a few up close so you can get a better look.