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We're back from a couple weeks away, but there's more Android news to talk about than ever before!
Thing 1 - 7 minutes of iPhone 5
- Samsung Galaxy S3 vs. the iPhone 5
- HTC One X vs. the iPhone 5
- Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx HD vs. the iPhone 5
- If you've seen one, you've seen the next one
Thing 2 - Motorola busts out three new RAZRs
- Droid RAZR M announced for Verizon, shipping next week for $99
- Motorola and Verizon announce the Droid RAZR HD
- Motorola and Verizon announce the Droid RAZR Maxx HD
- Motorola promises $100 credit towards a new phone if yours doesn't get Jelly Bean
- Droid RAZR M review
- Motorola reminds us we're going to the edge next week
Thing 3 - Other stuff
- Amazon Kindle Event Debrief - Kindle Fire HD, new features and more!
- Prepaid: Not just for burner phones anymore
- First look at the LG Intuition
- Zuckerberg admits fault in Facebook's HTML5 focus, pledges native Android app
- Android hits 500 million installs
- Nexus 7 can shoot 720p video from its front-facing camera, but is it really useful?
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