Nov 3rd, 2011

Sometimes there is so much news that comes our way it’s darn near impossible to cover it all. Thankfully, we have the Android Overload. This is the place you can turn to when you still feel the need to quench your insatiable thirst for all things Android/Google/mobile. So kick your feet up and dig right in.

  • Qualcomm profits climb 22%. Not slowing down anytime soon. [Electronista]
  • Popular Android app ShopSavvy raises $7 million in fresh funding. [VentureBeat]
  • LG Electronics in hot water once again. Shares drop 15%. [Reuters]
  • Amazon Prime adds new Kindle Owners Lending Library service. 1 free book per month. [Engadget]
  • Android phone repairs could cost networks as much as $2 billion. [Reuters]
  • Angry Birds downloads hit the half-billion mark. [LatestTechNews]
  • Energy Sistem’s cheap Android tablets mimic Honeycomb on Gingerbread. [Engadget]
  • Google is promoting Google Wallet with $10 toward purchases at several showcase events. [Venture Beat]
  • Samsung demands to see iPhone 4S source code. [MobileCrunch]
  • Lenovo pulls Android 3.2 update for ThinkPad tablets after users reporting bricked devices. [Lenovo]