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Phil and Mickey are back to talk Droid 2.1 fallout, where the heck is the Verizon Nexus One (and the Incredible), as well as the rest of the week's Android news.
Top o' the news
- Cricket picking up Kyocera Zio M6000
- Could this be the LG Aloha ?
- Is this the Samsung Moment 2?
- Nexus One accessories hitting T-Mobile retail stores ?
- Android TV is made by People of Lava
- Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 coming to Canada's Rogers network On April 15
- Need more proof that Verizon's getting the HTC Incredible?
- Samsung Galaxy S approved by Bluetooth SIG?
- Review: HTC Legend with Android 2.1 and the new Sense UI
- HTC Desire, Legend rooted already
- Android Quick App: HelixLauncher
- TweetDeck Is coming to Android
- Skyfire browser coming to Android
- First pictures of Android 2.1 on the Samsung Moment
- Take Android screenshots without root
- Digg launches its own Android app
- Android Central's Keyboard Roundup
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