Last week, it's fair to say that the carriers got a bit of a bashing. This week, however, there's a little love. Just a little. Mainly there's a lot of talk about dumb pipes, octa-core (or is that octopus?) phones and some new gear from RIM, Oppo and YotaPhone. All in under two hours. Just barely.
00:03:12 - T-Mobile and Apple sign agreement to launch products in 2013
00:19:25 - T-Mobile preparing to ditch traditional subsidies, move entirely to Value Plans in 2013
01:13:53 - HTC One X+ for AT&T: what's different?
01:25:16 - Verizon announces Samsung Galaxy Camera with LTE
01:31:03 - Russian YotaPhone promises dual 4.3-inch LCD and E Ink displays in Q3 of next year
01:41:41 - RIM teases upcoming BB 10 hardware ahead of January reveal
01:45:13 - Oppo launches Find 5, touts 5-inch 1080p display, quad-core and 13MP camera
01:50:47 - HTC One SV coming to UK with LTE, 4.3-inch Super LCD 2 display
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