Android Overload: Eric Shmidt talks about the future of Android, Turn your Droid RAZR into a RAZR Maxx, children’s tablets with Android 4.0 and more


As you know, not everything out there makes it to our main page. And this is where we put it all together to make sure you do not miss a thing. Today, we have a significant flurry of news, so make sure you check them out and see what appeals to you. I would recommend that you take a look at Eric Shmidt’s MWC presentation, T-Mobile’s plans on LTE and Thunderbolt becoming part of HTC’s testing program for ICS.

  • Erich Shmidt dreams of a better world… with Android. [The Verge]
  • T-Mobile HSPA+/LTE to use integrated radios, 2G will not be left behind. [TmoNews]
  • Thunderbolt becomes part of the HTC Test Program, Android 4.0 right around the corner. [VZBuzz]
  • HTC’s smartphone sales to improve with the HTC One series. [Reuters]
  • Samsung, Qualcomm and ARM bringing premium HD movies together. [IntoMobile]
  • Verizon does not like open bootloaders… [The Verge]
  • AT&T’s Sony Tablet S price and availability. [Brief Mobile]
  • HTC prototype device forgotten at a bar. [Droid-Life]
  • Archos Child Pad: 7-inch, $129, Android 4.0 tablet for the kiddos. [The Verge]
  • Turn your Motorola Droid RAZR into a RAZR Maxx. [Mobile Crunch]
  • Sony goes into details about WhiteMagic display technology. [Sony]
  • Google’s new privacy policy gets the Search Giant in trouble with European authorities. [Reuters]
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  1. WhiteMagic looks like an awesome innovation.

  2. Schmidt is correct technology will advance and yes $400 phones of today will cost $20 or free but only because there will be a new tech they are charging $400. There was a report that iphones cost something like $33 so that will not change high end new tech will still be expensive

    1. Yes, $400 phones of today will be far less years from now, only to replaced at that time by other phones that cost $400.  There will always be a premium for state-of-the-art hardware.

    2. Most smartphones (including the iPhone) cost around $200 to make. Definitely not $33…

  3. Verizon can suck it with the locked bootloaders.

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