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We've got the whole gang back together on the eve of Google's "Playground" event in New York City, where we expect to see some new Nexus love. Plus, Phil takes a beating.
Thing 1: Previewing the Google 'Playground' event
- LG Nexus 4 renders leak [Update: more]
- LG India confirms its worst-kept secret, Nexus 4 to be announced Oct. 29
- Here's what LG's Nexus 4 looks like on the inside
- Latest LG Nexus 4 leak provides minor new details
- Samsung Nexus 10 reported once again in run up to Google event
- Nexus 10 manual shots reveal a curvy Samsung-made tablet
- Nexus 7 3G spotted at the FCC ahead of Google event
- Nexus 4 pre-order page goes live early at UK retailer, release slated for Oct. 30
- This week's sidebar poll: What has you excited for the October 29 event?
- A 32-gigabyte Nexus 7 in a box
Thing 2: The Galaxy Note 2 is here
- T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 now available
- T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 2 review
- AT&T's Galaxy Note 2 available Nov. 9 for $299, preorders start Oct. 25
- AT&T accepting preorders for Samsung Galaxy Note 2
- Verizon's Samsung Galaxy Note 2 preorder page goes live
- Samsung Galaxy Note 2 hits U.S. Cellular stores October 26
Thing 3: Other schtuff
- This is the Verizon HTC DLX
- The HTC DLX, batteries and you
- Verizon's HTC DLX to launch as the Droid DNA?
- SwiftKey Flow brings trace input to leading Android keyboard
- LG Optimus 2X ICS source code released
- Motorola DROID RAZR HD/MAXX HD review
- Reminder: Our Million Member Giveaway is in full swing until Nov. 15
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