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What a tangled web we weave. Google Wallet finally becomes useful, though not everybody's excited about that. The Nexus Q gets delayed in hopes of one day becoming a real boy, and Ice Cream Sandwich hits 16 percent of all Android devices. Plus, more of your questions! Welcome to the Greatest Android Podcast in the World!

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Android Central Podcast 104: Google Wallet grows up, the Nexus Q gets weird, ICS gets going

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Not sure if the person that called in about the gmail account. But my solution would be to create a new more official account and add that into your accounts then sync the gmail with that. This way you can give away the new email address and get it on your phone.

This is the first time I actually take time to watch the podcast and it was so unprofessional that I'm going to keep watching future podcasts. Keep up the good work!

Between Android’s growing market prevalence and the surge in profitability for Android devs/advertisers (With the help of Airpush.com and others), I think Android has truly hit its stride and will maintain this momentum indefinitely.