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Dialed In 81: AT&T speeds up (or at least promises to do so)

This week, Dialed In explores a mess of AT&T news and rumors.

It's never dull in cell phone land, and this week is no exception. As we gear up for the June 6 release of the Palm Pre and the start of Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference, there is much more to talk about.

Bonnie, for one, has amassed a roundup of AT&T smartphone rumors and gives her take on whether Sony Ericsson will adopt Android. Nicole chimes in with some Samsung Jitterbug news and Kent catches us up on AT&T's 3G expansion, Nokia's Ovi Store, and a possible release date for the new iPhone. Listen in to get the full scoop on all the latest mobile news, a taste of our latest reviews, and answers to your questions.

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Rumor of the week
A bonanza of AT&T smartphone rumors

First Sony Ericsson Google phone to run Android OS 2.0
AT&T BlackBerry Curve 8900 drops on May 22
AT&T plans to double wireless broadband speeds by 2011
Nokia's Ovi Store opens for business
Glitches plague Nokia's Ovi Store launch
Samsung goes square with U.S. Cellular
Sharp's sun-powered phone almost beach-ready
New HTC Android phone leaked
Palm Pre, Nokia N97 NAM clear FCC
New iPhone could go on sale July 17
Samsung recalls Jitterbug phones
Pantech Aladdin is yet another AT&T messenger
LG Glance revealed

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