Android Overload: Ericsson Hits 1GBs Down with LTE Advanced, Evo 3D Only $150 On Amazon Wireless and More


Greetings, Android phone fans. Its another great episode of the Android Overload! This is your one stop, place to shop for all the news that didn’t get a chance to make it to our front page. Since, we’ve always been fans of second chances, we’ve given these little news snippets a second chance and brought them here for you to checkout. I particularly like the part about Amazon Wireless offering the Evo 3D for $150 (wish I could take back mine that I paid $260 for). Have a great night, everyone!

  • Ericsson reaches 1GBs in download speeds thanks to LTE Advanced [Ericsson]
  • Oracle now seeking 2.6 Billion dollars in damages from Google. Also wants 15% of ad revenue. [LATimes]
  • Deal Alert: HTC Evo 3D only $150 for new customers on Amazon Wireless. [AP]
  • AOL to launch new music streaming service based on Slacker Radio. [Venture Beat]
  • Sony Xperia Neo is released in the UK via several online retailers in the UK. [SEBlog]
  • The Motorola XOOM has launched in both WiFi and 3G versions for India.
  • Can’t decide whether or not the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is worth your hard-earned dough? Take it for a spin using Samsung’s online simulator.
Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. I like the idea of true LTE-Advanced with mobile speeds up to 1Gbps, but we clearly have a long way to go. Just because 1Gbps is achievable when you’re within line-of-site of the cell tower and the only user on the network doesn’t mean it will be viable in the real world, not to mention the power draw from such devices.

  2. Do you seriously not know the difference between 1 gigabyte per second and 1 gigabit per second?  You think it can transfer an entire gigabyte per second?????!!!!!!!

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