Android Overload: Fujitsu’s New Tablet Shown On Video, Government Says LightSquared’s 4G Interferes With GPS and More

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I’m sure by now you know the drill but for those that don’t — this is the Android Overload. These are all the little gems that didn’t get featured on our front page but we still felt deserved a second shot. We place them here for you guys to read up and stay well informed in the world of Android and mobile. If you find something of interest, feel free to leave your thoughts below. We love reader feedback.

  • Fujitsu M532 coming soon. 10.1-inch tablet with an Nvidia Tegra 3 processor for $630. [Engadget]
  • New Sony Xperia devices spotted in family portrait? [XperiaBlog]
  • Sony Xperia S now available for pre-order. Launching this month? [UnwiredView]
  • Samsung Galaxy S gains USB host functionality. [XDA]
  • California cracks down on battery charges, aka “wallwarts.” [AssociatedPress]
  • Apple files new lawsuits against Samsung in Germany. [BriefMobile]
  • Unannounced Sony devices with launch dates and pricing leaked. [GSMArena]
  • Government says Lightsquared’s 4G LTE will always interfere with GPS. [BGR]

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