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Thing 1: EVO 4G LTE delayed
- HTC One X and EVO 4G LTE imports stalled by U.S. customs
- Sprint finally acknowledges EVO 4G LTE delay on its community forums
- Sprint EVO 4G LTE reportedly will miss Friday's launch date
- Best Buy sending e-mails saying EVO 4G LTE preorders ship May 23
Thing 2: Sense 4 and multitasking
- Multitasking on the HTC One X isn't broken, it's customized
- HTC: Sense 4 multitasking and memory management working as designed
Thing 3: Google Music drama
- Google Music limits device de-authorizations to 4 a year
- Google addressing Music device de-authorization issues, back to 'normal' for now
- It might be your music, but it's still not your cloud
Thing 4: More than one Nexus?
- Google bringing multiple manufacturers to the Nexus line, WSJ reports
- Multiple Nexus devices could be a game-changer for Google and Android
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