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Phil and Jerry are back for the launch of the Samsung Fascinate, the Bing debacle and the announcement of the T-Mobile G2. BONUS: After the show, stick around for a tablet chat with Dieter Bohn, who was at IFA 2010 in Berlin.
Top o' the news - Samsung Fascinate released
- Verizon Samsung Fascinate hands-on and initial impressions
- Samsung Fascinate rooted on Day 1
- Regarding the 'Verizon going exclusive with Bing' rumor
- T-Mobile officially (and finally) unveils G2
- T-Mobile G2 will cost $199 at Best Buy; presales start Friday, in stores Oct. 6
- Those three-dot buttons on the G2 keyboard? They're still three dots
- Verizon Android world phone at the FCC
- Sprint: Epic 4G one of its best first-day sellers
- Poll: Did you ditch the Evo for the Epic?
- T-Mobile reportedly in talks to carry Huawei Ideos -->
- Google CEO Eric Schmidt delivers closing keynote at IFA 2010
- Dual-core Tegra 2 smartphones are coming from LG in Q4, and Android's a pretty good bet
- Samsung announces dual-core processor, codenamed Orion
- A white HTC Desire and silver HTC Wildfire pose for pictures, headed to the UK
- Best Buy backs off the Samsung Gem
- Angry Birds for Android is here!!! -->
- Google Voice update brings those widgets you have been lusting for
- Google Maps gets Walking Navigation
- Google Instant brings 'real-time' search to the web; coming to mobile this fall
- Android Quick App: ADB Wireless
- Remote Notifier for Android -- forward notifications from phone to computer
- Adobe uses small words, pictures, to show which phones Flash supports
- R2-D2 Droid 2 boot animation breaks cover, available for download
- Android Central asks -- what's your favorite launcher?
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