Things We Missed, You Shouldn’t [March 18th]


Another week in the books, and what a week it was. The HTC Thunderbolt was finally released, Adobe released Flash Player 10.2 with Honeycomb compatibility, and the anticipation for CTIA is building up. The tech conference next week should bring plenty more Android news, but for now check out what we missed below:

  • A red version of the HTC Incredible S has been spotted on Dutch retailer Dustin Home’s site.
  • Several new tablets and phones have been priced in Spain. [FrAndroid]
  • ZTE has posted their 2010 financial results. They didn’t do too bad.
  • The Android 2.1 Ouku tablet is now available from LightInTheHouse.
  • XDA has a massive thread with 300 flashable fonts for your rooted Android.
  • Virgin Mobile has released a new music application for their Android users. [Android Community]
  • The HTC EVO Shift 4G has received a promising unofficial build of CyanogenMod 7. [AndroidCentral]
  • Spanish pricing for the Motorola XOOM, LG Optimus Pad, ASUS eePad, Acer Iconia A100 has been revealed. [UnwiredView]
Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. evo shift was a fail. lol


  3. “… spotted on Dutch retailer Dustin Home’s site”

    Geography (or domainology) lesson: it’s a danish reseller.
    .dk = denmark = danish;
    .nl = netherlands = dutch.

  4. …Dustinhome is danish.
    it doesn’t even look any bit like dutch.

  5. Dustinhome is a swedish retailer that has a danish site as well (http://www.dustinhome.se/pd_5010553001.aspx#).

  6. obviously danish, yes

  7. it looks like the ATT captivate is now getting the froyo update. At least mine has.. i havent updated cause i already have a stock froyo installed but got a text telling me to update.

  8. What about the evo news? Everything else sucks…evo 3d come on. Sprint rules evo rules FORGOT My RAMDOm cap lock

  9. AT&T has bought T-Mobile USA!!!

  10. Where the hell has phandroid been these past days?

  11. @ hnabi94
    I was thinking the same thing too, and then realized ctia starts tomorrow. Maybe they’re dealing with traveling.

  12. Pending, governmental regulatory approval. FCC must approve AT&T buying TMO, regardless that both companies have agreed. Interesting is that should FCC not approve the acquisition, AT&T is contractually, obligated to pay TMO $3 billion break-up fee.

  13. Or, 3 billion dollar, break-up fee.

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