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The Samsung Galaxy Tab is coming to America, HTC unleashes some sexiness on Europe, Angry Birds gives way to Fruit Ninja, plus a bunch of your e-mails and voicemails.
Top o' the news - Samsung Galaxy Tab/Media Hub
- Galaxy Tab coming to AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon
- Wifi-only version of the Galaxy Tab is coming
- Samsung Media Hub brings movies, next-day TV
- HTC announces Desire Z QWERTY slider
- HTC Desire HD brings the Evo 4G to the rest of the world
- HTCSense.com brings cloud backup and more to Android
- LG launches Optimus One and Optimus Chic Android smartphones
- G2 now up on HTC's site, with full specs
- Motorola announces the rugged Defy, destined for T-Mobile by the holidays
- T-Mobile myTouch HD touts HSPA+ speeds, 3.8-inch screen, 'dual processor'
- HTC Desire now available on Cellular South
- Logitech's Google TV box is coming Sept. 29 with $299 price tag
- Android turning Terminator with the new Liquid Metal phone from Acer
- Samsung Galaxy Tab all but official on Verizon
- Samsung Galaxy Tab peeks through leaked AT&T internal shots
- Here's your Verizon Fascinate Google search fix (update with even more fixed)
- Swype beta for Android updated, older version expiring soon
- Toggle application auto updates with a single app (root required)
- Android Quick App: Hiplogic *Spark launcher replacement
- Verizon begins push for business users with 'Good for Enterprise - Android'
- Android Quick App: Fruit Ninja (with Open Feint)
- Android Quick App: MiniSquadron
- Worldmate travel app comes out of beta
- Cox Cable unleashing Android app, but it only works in three markets (updated)
- Android Quick-App: Astro Player Beta (a multispeed podcatcher)
- Unreal Engine 3 is now running on Android, too
- Adobe to address vulnerability in Flash Player for Android
- Google begins testing paid Market apps in India
Android OS Updates
- Android 2.2 Froyo already on 28 percent of Android phones
- Epic 4G getting an update today to enable Samsung Media Hub
- Droid Does page teases but doesn't let you taste Froyo just yet
- Another Droid X Froyo update leaks out
- HTC Aria receives minor update, still not Froyo
- Sony's roadmap leaked for its Xperia X10 line of phones (hint: No Froyo)
- Samsung releases Fascinate source code
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