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Phil and Mickey and a cast of 100 in the chatroom discuss the Verizon HTC Droid Incredible, the Sprint Evo 4G, HP buying Palm, and answer a slew of your e-mails.
Phil's mic was way hot throughout the podcast. Sorry about that, everybody. We'll do better next week.
Top o' the news - HTC Droid Incredible is unleashed!
- Droid Incredible available today in Verizon stores, in your hands
- Verizon's Droid Incredible commercial shows specs, doesn't show phone
- Can you turn off the Sense UI on the Droid Incredible? Mmmmmm ... Not just yet
- Verizon Droid Incredible vs. Nexus One - graphics benchmark test
- Google: No Verizon Nexus One, buy the Incredible instead
- Dell roadmap shows 'Sparta,' 'Athens' Android netbooks amid smartphones
- HTC Android slider makes it through the FCC with AT&T 3G bands
- Garmin-Asus introduces the A10 Android phone, for those who like walking
- HP buys Palm, plans to continue offering 'choices of OS' (meaning Android?)
- Xperia X10 Mini & X10 Mini Pro gets priced, coming May/June to Rogers ?
- Motorola Backflip now available on Telus
- Vodafone Nexus One available for pre-order, will be available in stores
- LG launching three Android phones, but none for the U.S.
- Andy Rubin says Flash is coming in Froyo version of Android operating system
- Automatic app updates coming in Android 2.2?
- Hands on with the Skyfire 2.0 Android browser
- Hands-on with the Firefox browser for Android phones
- Custom Android Central Keyboard for you!
- CyanogenRom 5.0.7 brings Android 2.1 for the G1, myTouch 3G
- Sirius XM working on an Android app
- Facebook app updates to 1.2, brings inbox support
- HTC Desire root process is released!
- Maintenance update being tested for Motorola Cliq XT
- T-Mobile's Garminfone spotted, still looks like the nuvifone A50
- Motorola Europe says Android 2.1 for its Milestone is delayed
- Spotify integrated into X10's Mediascape and Timescape
- AdMob numbers show Android overtaking iPhone requests in the U.S.
- HTC to pay royalties to Microsoft after being told Android steps on its patents
- Google revamps mobile image search for Android, makes it look nearly native
- Google introduces Place Pages for mobile
- Rent movies now on YouTube (and let's get 'em on Android soonest)
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