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Phil and the gang are back! Join us as we recap Google IO 2011, talk about the new phones and tablets that have crossed our desk, and Mickey goes on a bit of a rant about LTE and faux-gee. You don't want to miss this.
Thing 1 - Google IO recap
- Ice Cream Sandwich officially announced, coming in Q4
- Android Honeycomb to get updated to 3.1, will bring Google TV support and much more
- Google announces Android at Home, functionality ideas seem endless
- Google announces a team that will create guidelines for device updates
- Music Beta by Google page now live, accepting invite requests [Update: Music app now in the Market]
- Movies now available to rent from Android Market
- About Android Open Accessories
Thing 2 - Latest reviews
- Samsung Infuse 4G review
- T-Mobile G2X review
- LG Optimus 3D initial review and hands-on
- Droid Incredible 2 review
- Sonos for Android review
Thing 3 - Other odds and ends
- Reminder: New Verizon 4G LTE areas are live today
- Google rolling out server-side fix for Android sidejacking issue
- AT&T confirms non-market app installs coming to existing phones
- Droid X2 officially announced, available May 26 for $199
- HTC, Verizon working on ThunderBolt reboots
- More Android Market security woes -- and a novel idea to fix them from Sophos
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