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We're back from CTIA MobileCON in California, which was pretty darn quiet -- and that's a good thing because we've got two weeks worth of Nexus news to cram in. Let's do this! (Note: No video this week. It's audio-only.)
Thing 1 - CTIA a bust
- Hands-on with the Sprint LG Optimus G
- Comparing the LG Optimus G for AT&T and Sprint
- AT&T LG Escape hands on
- T-Mobile LG Optimus L9 hands-on
- Hands-on with the Sprint LG Mach
- Verizon Wireless CTO: Expect VoLTE "by the end of 2013"
Thing 2 - So ... Much ... Nexus ...
- On brand loyalty and blind hate
- LG's Nexus - here's what we know so far [Updated]
- LG Nexus prototype reviewed, unsurprisingly found to have software issues
- LG Nexus shown off in 360-degree animation
- Google reportedly hiring staff for Nexus call center, to open late October
- LG Nexus crops up once again in higher-quality pics
- 'LG Nexus 4' spotted in Carphone Warehouse inventory system
- More LG Nexus pictures leak
- Is the next Nexus phone the LG-E960?
Thing 3 - Other stuff
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