Plenty of tidbits tonight. Everything from Honeycomb to Google TV. Keep on reading for everything we missed today.
- The Honeycomb port for NOOKcolor continues to improve in stability and functionality.
- Dungeon Defenders is skipping is v3.0 update due to Apple App Store conflicts. Good news: version 4.0 is coming in the next week or so.
- The Samshung Galaxy Mini is heading to India, and is being called the Galaxy Pop there. Starts at Rs. 8999.
- Want to crochet your own Android? Sure you do! Find out how to do just that here.
- Developers can get the source code for Rogers’ Samsung Captivate at Samsung’s site now.
- The folks at VLC say it’s still coming for Android, but not for a couple of months as they finish it in their spare time.
- eyeSight’s gesture control will soon be coming for tablets. Read all about it here.
- Still debating getting into Google TV? Short answer: you should. Long answer: check out pop culture blog Jezebel’s top five reasons.
- While on the topic of Gawker blogs, why not check out LifeHacker’s best travel apps for Android.
- The T-Mobile myTouch 4G is only $30 at Amazon on a two-year contract. No telling how long this deal will last.
- DroidGamers has a sneak preview of the upcoming Canabalt for Android.
- Sports Illustrated showed off their tablet app for Android, delivering on some of the promises made at last year’s Google I/O.
- Canadian Android fans might want to check out Best Buy Mobile’s Free Phone Friday. It lasts throughout February, but tomorrow’s deal will net you one of any of the Samsung Galaxy S phones available in the Great White North (Fascinate, Vibrant, and Captivate) for free after a three-year commitment.
- Still in Canada, and still on the Galaxy S: the source code for tha Rogers-branded Samsung Captivate was released today.
- The Motorola Milestone gets its very own Gingerbread port thanks to XDA.
- The Motorola FLIPOUT has received a maintenance update in Europe.