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We talk the Motorola Olympus, LG Star, HTC Merge and other unicorns. Plus, we explain Verizon's LTE data service. Listen in!
Top o' the news
- Samsung Continuum review
- Verizon LTE launches Dec. 5, phones coming by mid-2011
- $5 app promises to put LTE on your Android smartphone today! (Not really)
- Motorola Olympus found in a bar -- erm, make that bought in a flea market
- AT&T says Motorola Olympus won't be available in November, then pulls post
- LG Star dual-core Tegra 2 smartphone gets the hands-on treatment from GSM-Israel
- LG Star makes another appearance, shows off UI and a benchmark
- HTC Merge in Entrepreneur Magazine
- Is this another Nexus S sighting?
- Sony's PlayStation Phone gets caught on blurrycam with Gingerbread
- Content ratings now live in the Android Market developers' console
- Angry Birds Seasons now available
- Android quick app: Google Reader
- Unrevoked: HTC Incredible OTA root fix now available
- Dolphin Browser HD updated to 'fix UI compatibility issue' with Gingerbread
- DoubleTwist update brings WiFi syncing with paid 'AirSync' add-on
- Logitech Revue about to get a much-needed update to its Netflix app
- Winamp for Android officially announced
- RIM buys The Astonishing Tribe
- Pocket God for Android now available
- Samsung releases 'GPS Restore' app for Vibrant, Captivate -- does it work?
- Comcast Mobile Android app set for release Dec. 3 after missing Nov. 30 target
- YouWave is Android on your Windows PC
- Original Droid about to get another update, no, it's not Gingerbread
- Archos family of internet tablets finally receives update to Android 2.2 Froyo
- Sprint's LG Optimus S gets the custom ROM treatment [From the forums]
- Xperia X8 Eclair update begins
- Android 2.x on 83% of all phones
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