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Phil and Mickey are back for another round of the latest Android news, including the Motorola Droid, Devour and Backflip, and the Google Nexus One.
- Inventor of the cell phone gave up his iPhone for a Motorola Droid
- Hands-on with the Motorola Devour, with Android 1.6 and Motoblur
- Android sees huge growth through Jan. (what phone could have caused that?)
- Memory card, not Vodafone Magic itself, responsible for Android botnet strike
- Dell Mini 5 'Streak' shown in promo flyer, including Kindle support
- HTC Incredible rumored to soon be replacing HTC Droid Eris on Verizon
- Who says Google failed with the Nexus One retail strategy?
- Verizon already training employees on the Nexus One? What for?
- AT&T locks down its first Android phone, the Backflip [and so what?]
- Swype for Android now officially in beta
- Opera Mini 5 beta released for Android (and our video hands-on)
- Hands-on with Google Gesture Search
- DoubleTwist for Windows releases major update, adds podcast support
- Tether(Berry) in beta for Android
- Android Quick App: Photoshop Mobile
- Android 2.1 leaked for Droid Eris, appears to be the real McCoy [updated]
- Android Central Editors' Apps of the Week
- AndroidCentral asks: What's your favorite Android Twitter client? [Contest]
Thanks to Sue for the great intro, and Andre for the e-mail!
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