As August winds to a close, it's becoming increasingly clear that September will be a big month for mobile. Nokia and Microsoft are holding a Windows Phone 8 event on September 5th, the same day as another event hosted by Motorola. Apple will likely be quick to follow suit with its own event a week later. And the rumor mill? As rampant as ever, of course. On this week's episode of The Verge Mobile Show, mobile's biggest nerds put their heads together to make sense of it all. What's Vlad's take on Everything Everywhere and the advent of LTE in Europe? What single feature convinced Chris to carry the Galaxy Nexus? Why is Dieter a secret BlackBerry 10 fanboy? Find out on The Verge Mobile Show!
- 00:03:20 - Motorola and Verizon schedule event for September 5th, promise 'the day's main event'
- 00:08:45 - Nokia and Microsoft holding Windows Phone 8 press event on September 5th
- 00:16:45 - HTC CEO admits 'there are multiple areas we need to be improving' in memo to employees
- 00:17:45 - Samsung claims 'minuscule' Galaxy Nexus sales numbers didn't harm Apple
- 00:24:35 - AT&T only allowing FaceTime over cellular on Mobile Share plans, no extra charge
- 00:26:20 - AT&T's hostile FaceTime restrictions barely skirt FCC Open Internet rules
- 00:28:55 - Everything Everywhere earns Ofcom approval for early LTE in UK, Vodafone left 'shocked'
- 00:33:40 - An LTE iPhone could be the most disruptive thing in the UK mobile market since the original
- 00:40:45 - Everything Everywhere to launch new mobile brand in UK, reportedly to replace Orange and T-Mobile (update)
- 00:41:50 - RIM settles on BlackBerry 10 screen resolutions: 1280 x 720 and 720 x 720
- 00:44:05 - RIM revs up: a new QWERTY phone, new software, and new ambitions
- 00:49:05 - Apple vs. Samsung: complete coverage of tech's biggest trial
- 00:52:40 - Google Play store to likely add gift cards, wishlists