Dialed In 181: Just call her Bonnie
Apparently, Bonnie has entered the rarefied realm of one-name recognition with the likes of Cher, Prince, and Madonna. How did she get there, you ask? Well, she isn’t appearing in concert (at least not yet), but Dialed In fans have suggested that simply “Bonnie” should be the name of her column.
It’s catchy, no doubt, but in the end she went with Nicole’s witty suggestion (see episode 178) of “Smartphones Unlocked.” We appreciate the nomination, though, and we trust that you’ll enjoy her new monthly blog, which will explain the mystery of smartphones. We sample the first edition in this episode.
Also in the podcast, we debate Verizon’s switch to tiered data plans, Nicole puts the Samsung Nexus S 4G through more tests, and Jessica takes a look at the smartphones of yore.
Ep. 181: Just call her Bonnie
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Verizon confirms tiered data plans and hot-spot charge for July 7
Verizon’s new pricing plan is a godsend for Sprint
Rumor: Conquer 4G and Photon 4G due at Sprint in July
Smartphones Unlocked: A closer look at software updates
Testing the Nexus S 4G’s WiMax woes
Smartphones then and now (slideshow)
Next iPhone: 25 million by year’s end, WSJ says
FCC approves Moto Droid Bionic, HTC Evo 3D for T-Mobile
AT&T finally adds BlackBerry Bridge
Samsung Galaxy Indulge (Cricket)
Originally posted at Dialed In