A little bit of Windows Phone, a little bit of RIM, a little bit of carrier news, and a whole lot of personality. That's right, it's the meeting of the mobile minds that never fails to satisfy — The Verge Mobile Show — Hangout style! On this week's episode, Dan, Chris, and Vlad review the latest from HTC and Nokia, T-Mobile's new aggressive gameplan, and latest updates to the mobile photo apps that Chris loves to hate. This episode also features a number of masterful segues from everybody's favorite Vlad Savov and our hosts predictions for CES — well, kind of.
- 00:04:50 - HTC Windows Phone 8S review
- 00:15:05 - Nokia Lumia 620 unveiled, 'most affordable' WP8 device at $249 (update: hands-on)
- 00:19:00 - T-Mobile finally gets aggressive: 'You love your iPhone, but you hate AT&T'
- 00:29:55 - Sprint said to be in 'active negotiations' to buy out Clearwire
- 00:34:30 - Major US carriers to launch nationwide 911 texting service by 2014
- 00:39:10 - HTC One X+ review (AT&T LTE)
- 00:50:10 - RIM posts first teaser shot of new BlackBerry 10 phone as launch approaches
- 00:51:45 - BlackBerry Messenger 7 exits beta, BBM Voice Wi-Fi calling now available to all
- 01:03:15 - Snapseed for Android available now, iOS version drops from $4.99 to free
- 01:04:20 - Twitter takes on Instagram with built-in image filters, now available for Android and iOS (update)
- 01:05:20 - Twitter adds filters, but misses the point