Android Central Podcast Ep. 61 | Android Central

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We bring you the first hard proof of Verizon's upcoming changes to its data plans. Plus, more on the Sprint EVO 3D, and a look at Archos' line of sub-$400 Honeycomb tablets.

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Android Central Podcast Ep. 61

Show me a website that doesn't have trolls, and I'll show you an unsuccessful website. And besides, 99 percent of our readers are awesome. Trolls, however, are trolls.

He didn't call ALL site users trolls, just the ones that don't agree with his opinion about the 3D phones.

Please don't twist the truth.

Certainly doesn't. It's the way they did it that makes them trolls, among other things. Again, don't worry about it. Every single person I've ever actually communicated with on this blog, by phone or e-mail has been great. Save for the trolls.

I would like to add that most of these people who are dissing phil have not even tried either phones. How can they make an informed conclusion? They are just blindly following HTC and that everything they do is great no matter how crappy it is.

some asked about a back button wanting a touch button the answer that they gave was use the keys from the Nook color but it maybe essayer to use the buttons from the "iDroid" rom for the first gen iPod Touch.

Phil, save us the soapbox speeches about how the carriers are in this "to make money". no one says they can't make money. But don't insult us by saying that $50 for 5g is "not bad"; when, in essence, we were getting 5g for $30. That's being a shill for the carriers.