Android Overload: AOKP Build 31 Now Available, RIM Compares Android Market To Cesspool of Pirated Apps and More


If you don’t know what the Android Overload is all about, this is the place where we stash all the articles that didn’t make it onto our front page from throughout the day.  But because we felt like they deserved another shot — and informed readers are the best kind of readers — we post them here. So, that you guys can give them a final once over. Find something interesting? Leave us your thoughts.

  • Android Open Kang Project build 31 is now available. [AndroidCommunity]
  • AT&T fails to reach terms with workers union. [BGR]
  • Court denies Motorola motion in Apple patent case. [FOSSPatents]
  • Acer and Pantech reach licensing agreements with InterDigital. [Electronista]
  • Google Play Music enables Labs features for web. [Google Play Music]
  • Onlive Desktop moves to Windows Server 2008. Microsoft to inspect. [ArsTechnica]
  • T-Mobile and Leap Wireless sign cross spectrum licensing deal. [AllThingsD]
  • RIMs developer relations VP compares Android Market to a cesspool of pirated apps. [Electronista]
  • Android 4.0.4 IMM76D flashable image now available for rooted users who want to get back to stock. [Google Code]
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 thought Labs had been canceled? Is it finally back?

  2. Seriously who cares about RIM and what they say..They are dead!

    1. Yea I was just thinking that, compare the numerous apps availible in the play store to RIM’s Marketplace, also who wants to use BB anymore anyway? Its so 2005.

  3. RIM made its mark from security, seeing they barely hanging on with their own OS, statements like that don’t surprise me.

  4. RIM is talking…I thought they was DEAD…lol

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