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Gingerbread and the Nexus S have arrived! So have Google Books, the Droid X gets an update that nearly drives Phil over the edge, and we get a glimpse of Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Listen in!
Android 2.3 Gingerbread
- Gingerbread SDK is released! Update: Video
- Minimum CPU speed for Gingerbread? Googlers say no
- Previewing Gingerbread with the 2.3 SDK [how-to]
- Gingerbread developers have new toys to play with
- Gingerbread SDK ROMs everywhere
- Gingerbread keyboard code includes Playstation buttons
- Oops! Bug found (and fixed) in the Android 2.3 SDK Eclipse plugin
- Someone at Google got a little artistic in the Gingerbread SDK
- Gingerbread gets Arabic, slew of other new languages
- Android 2.3 User Guide now available for your viewing pleasure
- Get the Gingerbread launcher now
Which phones will be updated?
- 'Will my phone get Gingerbread?' Here's our official unofficial upgrade list
- Nexus One's Gingerbread update 'coming in a few weeks'
- LG says Optimus One line will get Gingerbread, now quit asking
Nexus S is announced
- Nexus S available Dec. 16 at Best Buy, Dec. 20 at Carphone Warehouse (Update: Pricing announced)
- Nexus S landing page now live: T-Mobile, Gingerbread, 1GHz processor
- Nexus S and Gingerbread video gallery
- Google and NXP integrate NFC in Android 2.3, starting with the Nexus S
- The Nexus S backstory: Pure Google
Other OS updates
- How to manually apply Android 2.2.1 for the Droid X
- Bell Mobility rolling out Froyo to its Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant users
- Andy Rubin demos Honeycomb on prototype Motorola tablet, coming in 2011
- Video: Andy Rubin with the Motorola tablet and Honeycomb
- Android activations now number over 300,000 daily, Andy Rubin tweets
- Notion Ink Adam tablet -- all six variants -- available for preorder later today
- PlayStation Phone runs Neocore -- poorly -- on video
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