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Phil, Jerry Cory and Alex go live (and big) in London, wrap up the Great HTC Scandal of October 2011, and try to wade through the mess that is the pre-CTIA Nexus rumors. Listen in!
Thing 1: CTIA preview
- Did Samsung just tease us all with a glimpse of the Nexus Prime?
- Galaxy Nexus specs possibly revealed -- but they're really not the important part
- Samsung bringing contact charging back to the Nexus?
- First 'Nexus Prime' photo leak shows buttonless device with 720p display
- 'Return of the Titans' - CEOs from Sprint, Verizon and AT&T lead CTIA keynote
Thing 2: HTC Sensation XL
- HTC announces the Sensation XL with Beats Audio
- Hands-on with the HTC Sensation XL
- HTC Sensation XL specs
- HTC Sensation XL gallery
Thing 3: HTC's little permissions problem
- HTC collecting data in U.S. phones with HTC Sense, storing it in a very sloppy way
- HTC: Fix is on the way for security flaw
Thing 4: Other odds and ends
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