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It's a special post-Thanksgiving podcast, with more on the wait for Gingerbread. With special guest Craig Johnston. Join us!
- More Nexus S Gingerbread pics and specs leak
- Hey, look, it's the Nexus S again
- Gingerbread reportedly spotted in the wilds of Belgium
- Droid 2 Global officially acknowledged by Verizon on Facebook
- HTC drops WiMax and CDMA enabled device off at the FCC --EVO Shift 4G?
- HTC Merge user-agent string appears, confirms our hands-on info
- Is this the Motorola Olympus?
- Samsung Stealth V (SCH-i510) gains DLNA certification - now what is it?
- PlayStation Phone coming Dec. 9?
- Acer to bring a 4.8-inch Android phone in Q2 2011
- MetroPCS launches LG Optimus M as its first Android phone
- Android apps to gain content ratings, as listed by the developers
- AppBrain v5 now available for download
- Rovio confirms Christmas edition of Angry Birds is on the way
- Team Viewer BETA now available for Android devices
- Another browser exploit that we're not worried about is uncovered
- Frogger among 8 new OpenFeint-enabled games on Android
- Skyfire 3.0 released -- social networking browser for Android
- Hands on with Skyfire 3.0 for Android
- Samsung: More than 600,000 Galaxy Tabs sold worldwide in first month
- Review: The Viewsonic 10-inch gTablet
- Acer announces 7- and 10-inch Android tablets in Q2 2011
- Best Buy: WiFi-only Galaxy Tab delayed
- Sneak peek at an upcoming Samsung Fascinate update
- Sprint HTC Hero to receive maintenance update starting today
- Sprint Hero OTA rolling out, may have issues
- Sony Ericsson explains why U.S. X10 hasn't been udpated yet
- European Motorola Defy to get upgrade to Android 2.2 in Q2 2011
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