While we may not have seen nearly every device in the fleet receive an update this week, we sure did bring you a lot of news. With busy schedules, keeping up on everything that is going on in the Android world can be a bit difficult, so let's take a look at some of the fun coverage from this week!
- Hands-on with the Samsung Continuum
- Hands-on with the HTC Merge
- Fix in the works for Droid X messaging issues
- Xperia X10 review
- Verizon's HTC Merge (aka Lexikon) shows itself, Bing bruises and all
- Sony teases Internet TV (aka Google TV)
- Samsung Galaxy Apollo available in Canada on Telus
- Kyocera Zio dummy units appear at Radio Shack
- Dell's 7-inch Looking Glass tablet to launch within weeks
- MIUI ROM now on the Motorola Droid
- Sprint getting the Samsung Transform, another Galaxy S phone?
- Google aggregates its 'official' Android devices in a sleek re-design
- Call Informer brings more information to incoming call screen
- Manage diet with Calorie Counter Pro
- Android Quick-App: Brookings
- Beejive for Android now available
- Foursquare app updates to version 2.0
- Introducing the Android Central App
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