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Welcome to the home of the Greatest Android Podcast in the World -- your weekly peek into the world of Android, where we break down the news that really matters, and explain what's just a bunch of hype. Plus, we answer your e-mails and voicemails. You don't want to miss it.
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Android Central 98: Coming to America (the Galaxy S III is), Google buys some stuff, CrackBerry Kevin visits
Look, we can't help it. We had to talk about the Samsung Galaxy S III. We mean, it is coming to four major U.S. carriers and one regional carrier. We just couldn't avoid it. Plus, CrackBerry Kevin stops by to talk about his visit to Android on his World Tour. Also, Google buys some stuff, and we handle some more of your e-mails and voicemails. Join us!
We're back, baby, with the Greatest Android Podcast in the World! On tap this week: The Samsung Galaxy S III is released, we go hands-on with the Intel-powered Orange San Diego in the UK, rap a bit about the Android 4.0.4 update for the Verizon Galaxy Nexus, plus more of your e-mails and voicemails. Join us! (Note: Video's finally up. But the frame rate is, well, crappy.)
It's a 100 percent drama-free podcast, where we all hold hands and hug and talk about kittens and -- awwww, who are we kidding. We dive into HTC's AT&T One X and Sprint EVO 4G LTE being stuck in customs, whether or not multitasking is "broken" on the One X, what's going on with Google Music. Plus, more of your e-mails and voicemails. Join us! (And, no, we have no idea why Phil's video is so slow.)