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Phil, Jerry and Mickey talk the new Motorola Droid X, the Samsung Captivate and HTC Aria on AT&T, the controversy over the bookmark thumbnails and still find time for a few of your questions. Listen in!
Top o' the news - new phones!
- Motorola Droid X goes public, official announcement coming next week
- AT&T announces the HTC Aria
- AT&T announces the Samsung Galaxy S as the Captivate -- coming soon
- The Xperia X8 is officially announced by Sony Ericsson
Other hardware news
- Samsung Galaxy S Pro looks to bring QWERTY Android to Sprint
- MyTouch 3G Slide rooted
- HTC Desire coming to the U.S. in August
- And on cue, Cellular South announces the HTC Desire is coming 'soon'
- HTC Legend launches on Bell as Canada scores again
- Logitech's Google TV set-top box will be the Logitech Revue
- Evo-Touchstone conversion takes a steady hand, little fear of warranty
- Swype updates keyboard, opens beta for a limited time
- Sprint Evo 4G fully rooted
- Evo 4G overclocked to 1.2GHz
- Droid Incredible root instructions now available (updated)
- Adobe Flash on the HTC Evo -- 10.1 full, not lite
- New Foursquare update lets you flag venue info on the fly
- Rom developers get stock Android 2.1 on the Motorola Cliq
- Advanced Map Live Wallpaper -- this is why we love open source
- Google reportedly focusing on UI with its next revision of Android
- Motorola adds a bunch of phones to its Android 2.1 update list
- KT set to launch Nexus One in Korea on June 21 -- with Froyo on board
- Half of all Android phones now on Eclair
- Android 2.1 update for Xperia X10 line moved from Q4 to 'latter part of Q3'
- The officially unofficial Android 2.2 upgrade list
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