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Dialed In #208: AT&T complains, Razr Maxx astounds

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.

Now playing: Watch this: Ep. 208: The deal with Motorola's Droid Razr Maxx

Looks like AT&T just can't stop complaining about the FCC meddling in its business, but CNET mobile section editor Kent German just isn't having it.

We also discuss exactly how awesome we think the Motorola Droid Razr is, but is it a little too late for Droid Razr owners? In addition, other news rocked the smartphone world, including former Palm CEO Jon Rubinstein saying bye-bye to HP, recent co-CEO of RIM Mike Lazaridis injecting a massive amount of his own cash to boost the company's stock price, plus the value of possible Verizon family data plans.

Later in the show we all go gaga over the Sony Xperia S dream phone likely landing on AT&T and try to figure out if the Samsung Galaxy Note tablet/phone hybrid makes sense.


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Hey, AT&T, quit whining!
Former Palm CEO Rubinstein out at HP
Ex-RIM CEO Lazaridis to buy $50M in additional stock
Is Verizon readying a family data plan?
Sony's lovely Xperia S may land on AT&T soon
The Motorola Droid Razr should have gone Maxx to start with

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