A listener takes exception to our naming of Bing fans. But in actual news, Nicole Lee schools us on the big items from the CTIA mobile phone show; Apple facing possible rash of smashed iPhone back glass; and the Better Business Bureau gives Google a C-.
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Happy Birthday John Lennon
CTIA Fall 2010
- Droid Pro for Verizon
- Motorola takes on BlackBerry
- Sprint “ID Packs”
Verizon’s McAdam talks 4G (Q&A)
AT&T Early Upgrade Fee for Smartphones Goes from $75 to $200
With Antennagate over, is Glassgate next for the iPhone 4?
Apple in talks to launch iTunes subscription music service?
Spotify crashes into Apple on way to U.S.
Google Gets a C- From the Better Business Bureau
AT&T U-verse customers can use Xbox 360 as a set-top box starting November 7th
Firefox 4 Beta for Android and Maemo is Now Available
“A good first effort”
Kickers and Science
Photographer and His Kids Send HD Camera and iPhone Into Space
Just listened to show 1324. “Bing-puffs” doesn’t quite have the same ring as “Chrome-puffs,” but how about “Bingos”? “Bingleberries?” “Bingbats?”
Love the show.
Kevin in Houston
Hi guys (Molly being absent for this show),
You were raving about the T-Mobile calling over WiFi app – what’s the big deal? It still counts against your voice minutes, and where would you have open WiFi and not a cellular signal?
I think the Virgin unlimited data plan plus a VoIP app sounds a lot better…
Molly’s back Monday!
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