Android Overload: Google’s Eric Schmidt Talks Patents, Canada’s 4G LTE Battle Heats Up and More


Hey, hey, hey! Whether you’re up late or just waking up, we have a handful of great articles you shouldn’t miss out on. This is the Android Overload. The place you can turn when you want all the Android/Google/wireless related news the internet has to offer. So take a load off and get to clicking!

  • Bell Canada ready to launch LTE network with GS2 and Galaxy Tab 8.9. [TekTok]
  • Google’s Eric Schmidt talks patents, revolution and acquiring Motorola. [VentureBeat]
  • MSI Android tablet passes through the FCC packing 7-inch screen and Gingerbread. [WirelessGoodness]
  • Intel may abandon Meego OS. Might make the move to Android. [Digitimes]
  • Sony Tablet S up for pre-order at Dixons in the UK. [EuroDroid]
  • Rogers Canada taking pre-orders for LTE devices including the Galaxy S II. [Rogers]
  • AT&T discontinues “A-list” unlimited calling. Just one more thing they’re taking away from customers. [Electronista]
  • The ZTE Skate, Libra and Tureis are going unlocked and all have been priced in the UK. [Unwired]
  • The White Samsung Galaxy S II is headed to Optus in Australia September 9th. [AusDroid]
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. FUC AT&T they are getting worse and worse. Then it doesn’t help that their first LTE test resulted in way lower speeds than Verizon.

  2. Samsung GS2 on Verizon with LTE would be instant success. This phone as described would put sales thru the roof. I own the Thunderbolt, love it but would still buy the GS2. I must have that phone.
    PS – The only device that might be higher on my wish list would be the new Nexus with LTE on Verizon. (must have LTE)

  3. Interesting quote from the Eric Schmidt article:

    “We actually believe the Motorola team has amazing products,” he said. “We like having at least one area where we can do integrated hardware.”

    What exactly does this mean? Inquiring minds wanna know.

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