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The Droid Incredible's on the verge of Android 2.2, the original Droid gets Flash, more hardware news than we know what to do with, and more of your e-mails and voicemails.
Top o' the news - OS updates galore
- Droid Incredible's Sept. 1 Froyo rumor a bust, but the RUU is out there already (Updated with screen shots, root link)
- Droid Incredible Froyo update: Benchmark, full details, screenshots (Update: Plus, a possible OTA date)
- Verizon announces it's pushing Droid update to enable Flash
- The Android Central Interview - Adobe's Ryan Stewart
- Froyo update for the Evo 4G is now rootable
- Hands-on with Android 2.2 on the Droid X
- Motorola Droid 2 gets minor OTA update
- Motorola Droid 2 rooted
- Devour won't be getting Android 2.1; Motorola updates other time lines
- Vodafone UK's HTC Desire starts Froyo rollout
- Sept. 9 a possible launch date for the Verizon Fascinate, tie-in with MTV Video Music Awards on Sept. 12
- Samsung Galaxy S and Gorilla Glass combine powers
- Samsung Galaxy S Gorilla Glass demo -- Korean style
- Epic 4G user manual now available
- Samsung Vibrant, Captivate SIM unlock codes are hidden on the phones
- Slew of Verizon phones may see end of life in March 2011
- HTC Legend hits end of life on Bell
- Motorola Droid 2 review
- Droid Pro is a Droid 2 with global support; LG enV2 Touch to be Android-powered
- HTC Desire review (U.S. Cellular version)
- LG Optimus Z Review
- Motorola MB520 Kobe breaks cover, may be codenamed 'Diablo'
- Motorola Quench XT5 specs revealed, not quenching your thirst for Froyo
- T-Mobile's G2 spotted in the wild
- T-Mobile G2 testing ROM leaked
- G2 confirmed to use MSM7x30 CPU; other new devices rumored to as well
- T-Mobile HTC G2 (or maybe the Glacier) visits the FCC
- Nexus One too popular even with devs, is now on backorder
- Dell Thunder Android protoype gets a thorough hands on
- Motorola Flipout shows off itself in a demo video
- T-Mobile Charm available today
- Kyocera Zio now available on Cricket
- Dell Aero available today from Dell for $99, later from AT&T
- Samsung releases official teaser for the Galaxy Tab coming Sept. 2 in Berlin
- Samsung Galaxy Tab caught on video again, this time for a close-up
- Galaxy Tab video preview shows up in Korea
- Samsung Galaxy Tab can't keep itself secret, shows up in more pictures
- Samsung Galaxy Tab supposedly spotted in the wild
- Developer: Android is a viable revenue stream, posts numbers to prove it
- Google responds to app piracy primer
- Android's Amazon MP3 app updated to allow for gift/promo codes
- Android App Review: Galcon
- Taking Android back to school -- apps every student should have
- Lookout -- a full security solution for your Android phone
- Android Quick App: Zune Home launcher
- Android Quick App: Worldmate
- Google Earth updated to 1.1, brings the exploration of the oceans
- Google Finance cleans up for Android
- Twitter for Android updated to 1.0.3
- Samsung Media Hub 'coming soon'
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