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Mickey and Phil recap the announcement of the Verizon HTC Droid Incredible, whether it renders the Nexus One obsolete, what it means for the Sprint Evo 4G and everything else Android. Listen in!
Top o' the news
- HTC, Verizon officially announce Droid Incredible, available April 29 for $199
- Hey, Verizon fans: Do you still care about the Nexus One?
- Verizon Droid Eris hits end of life in May
- Rogers officially launches the Xperia X10
- Xperia X10 Mini & X10 Mini Pro hitting Rogers this summer ?
- Game Gripper brings Emu-goodness to the Droid
- HTC Desire appears on U.S. Cellular rebate form
- myTouch Slide seen with Android 2.1, Sense
- myTouch Slide coming in 3 colors
- Samsung Galaxy S passes the FCC
- Mysterious MotoBlur device comes from the wood ward?
- Maybe that square Moto Android phone is real after all (and called the Twist)
- Google reportedly working on its own Android-based tablet
- Motorola Devour review
- Review: Nexus One car dock
- Android 2.1 now on more than a quarter of Android phones
- Where Motorola stands on Android 2.1 updates
- Official test release candidate for the Sprint Hero 2.1 leaked
- T-Mobile Motorola Cliq software update now official (but still isn't Android 2.1)
- Android getting 'official' Twitter app, too
- About the recent Nexus One update rumor ...
- Android 2.1 now blamed for some of Nexus One (and now Droid) screen 'issues'
- Google updates gmail Web app
- Google buys U.K. visual search startup Plink, could help improve Goggles
- Adobe CEO says Flash coming in second half of the year
- New features in Firefox mobile (but a working Android version's a ways away)
- Google announces Q1 2010 earnings
- Android Market now has 38,000 'apps'
- Nexus One 'is a profitable business,' Google says
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