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Whoa, nelly. We interrupt this regularly scheduled Android Central Podcast to bring you the breaking news that HTC no longer will be locking bootloaders. And in other news, we rant a bit on streaming DRM and talk about the new Google Wallet. Listen in!
Thing 1 - Google unveils Google Wallet
Thing 2 - The bootloader bruhaha
Thing 3 - Movies and the streaming situation
- Android Market's new movie rental service blocked from rooted devices
- Netflix adds support for three more phones
Bonus: More new devices!
- LG Revolution, Sony Ericsson Xperia Play and Motorola Droid X2 available now from Verizon
- Droid X2 initial review
- Hands-on with the LG Revolution
- Xperia Play video hands-on
- US Cellular's HTC Merge officially launches May 31
- Sprint and Motorola cooking up something over lunch on June 9
- HTC Flyer video hands-on (Wifi-only version)
- HTC Flyer now available at Best Buy
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