Android Overload: HTC Facing Ban In Germany, Nokia N900 Receives Android 4.0 ROM and More


Greetings, Phandroids! I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving weekend full of turkey and amazing deals. Now that things are calming down around here, we can finally get back to some good ‘ol Android news. And we have a lot of it. Although we’ve covered all the big stories from throughout the day, there are always those that slip through the cracks. These are the stories that weren’t featured but we still felt deserved a look at before falling to the way side. So have a look around and if you find anything interesting, we’d love to hear your thoughts. G’night!

  • Lenovo launches LePad S2005. 5-inch tabletphone for China. [Engadget]
  • RIM to offer security features on Android. [Reuters]
  • Nokia N900 receives early Ice Cream Sandwich ROM. [Engadget]
  • Apple beats Android in market share for October in Britain. [MoneyControl]
  • HTC could be banned from Germany this holiday season. [BGR]
  • ARM launches free toolkit for Android app developers. [eWeek]
  • Galaxy Nexus gets unofficial Google Wallet hack. [BGR]
  • Fujitsu Arrow takes the crown for world’s thinnest smartphone. [GSMArena]
  • The Sharp AQUOS SH-01D will launch in Japan on December 2nd. [DroidDog]


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  1. The link for “RIM to offer security features on Android” to Reuters is broken.

    1. also the link for the Verizon Galaxy Nexus update

      1. Fixed and fixed. Sorry about that. 

  2. Germany has turned into France and Canada.  They yield to the slightest pressure from an outside force.   sell outs.

  3. Love the comic.


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