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Phil and Mickey return from CES to face a flurry of FUD, growing hate over slow Froyo upgrades, and to try to make sense of all the new smartphones coming our way.
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The post-CES wrapup
- Android Central's best of CES 2011
- A comparison of Verizon's new LTE lineup [from the forums]
- CES brought dual-core, LTE but no NFC
- What's Sprint conjuring up Feb. 7?
- Is the Motorola Atrix 4G coming to AT&T on March 1?
- Mysterious new 'Nexus S' model sighted, gives weight to Android 2.4 possibility
- T-Mobile's Samsung Vibrant 4G leaked, does over 21 Mbps on HSPA+
- HTC EVO Shift 4G review
- Google confirms Nexus S reboot bug
- Official VEVO app for Android arrives
- YouTube app updated to make finding music videos and artists easier than ever
- Shazam and Spotify team up for new partnership
- Google Translate turns a year old, gets new 'Conversation Mode'
- The story behind the 'Samsung doesn't want you to have Froyo' thing ...
- Fascinate's DL09 update rolling out in earnest - how's it going for you?
- Android 2.2 update now available to Rogers Captivate owners
- Samsung Acclaim gets Froyo
- Android 2.2 coming to Virgin Mobile USA Samsung Intercept this spring
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