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Phil, Cory, Alex and Mickey take on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus -- which might or might not be available where you live -- the new Amazon Kindle Fire, and Google's new Google Music store. Plus, more of your questions. Listen in!
(P.S.: No video recording this week. Hope you caught us live!)
Thing 1: Galaxy Nexus is finally here! (sort of)
- Today is Galaxy Nexus day in the UK
- Verizon's Galaxy Nexus revealed to be unsurprisingly thicker than its GSM counterpart
- Galaxy Nexus features explored in new instructional videos
- So how well does the Galaxy Nexus stand up against keys?
Thing 2: Amazon Kindle Fire is here!
- Root the Kindle Fire using SuperOneClick
- How-To: Enable ADB on your Kindle Fire (Windows)
- Kindle Fire runs third-party launchers just fine, thank you very much
- Android Market on the Kindle Fire? Done!
- Root your Kindle Fire, kiss Amazon streaming video goodbye
- Editorial: Dear Amazon, usernames and passwords exist for a reason
Thing 3: Google Music redux
- Google revamps Google Music with an actual store
- First look at the updated Google Music app
- Google Music Artist Hub allows independent artists full distribution to millions
- Google Music to offer exclusive content from big artists
- EMI, Universal, Sony and many more on board to provide content for Google Music
- T-Mobile offers more free tracks via Google music store to customers until the end of the year
- Details released on current regional limitations of Artist Hub
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