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The Verge Mobile Show 041 - April 2nd, 2013

The Verge Mobile Show 041 - April 2nd, 2013

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Following last week's Verge Mobile Show hiatus, we came to understand that skipping a week can lead to some table-flipping. So this week, all that all the rage, vitriol, ennui, and resentment that had been pent-up in a distended mass in the bodies of every smartphone user needs to be vented like a spleen under the knife of a medieval surgeon. Vlad, Dan, and Dieter just happen to have some blades and maybe a few leeches lying around, so we'll do our level-best to ensure that the dark humours are bled out. We'll also cover a full two weeks of mobile news, including a big shake up from T-Mobile and (perhaps) equally big rumors of a shake up from Facebook.

We're sorry we had to miss that week, but we're not dead yet. Tune in!

Facebook invites us to check out its 'new home on Android' on April 4th

Facebook to reveal custom version of Android on new HTC device at upcoming event, says NYT

'Facebook Home' leak suggests company will reveal Android homescreen replacement on Thursday

How every smartphone could become a Facebook phone

HTC One coming to AT&T and Sprint on April 19th for $199.99, will beat the Galaxy S4 to the market

HTC One 'coming soon' to T-Mobile for just $99

AT&T confirms HD Voice coming this year

T-Mobile to carry the iPhone 5 on April 12th for $99 up front

'Stop the bullshit' in wireless pricing says T-Mobile CEO John Legere

T-Mobile becomes the 'Uncarrier', drops contracts and launches LTE

T-Mobile's new contract-free pricing plans: $70 per month for unlimited data, talk, and text

T-Mobile LTE network officially goes live in seven US cities

BlackBerry drops three million users in three months, ships a million Z10s

BlackBerry exec claims just 20 percent of BB10 apps are Android-based

Apple might release new iPhone this summer, claims WSJ