Android Overload: Sprint Could Be Out $65 Million If LightSquared Deal Doesn’t Pass, HP Says Android Could Become Closed Source and More

This image has no alt text

The Android Overload is up and poppin’ tonight. Well, mostly due in part to a ton of new app updates (mostly bug-fixes) and we didn’t feel they deserved a post on our front page. But we stashed them here, for you to take a look at — along with all the other stories that didn’t make the cut today. Some of them, you’ll find, are pretty good too. If you do see something you like, be sure to let us know.

  • The Sony Ericsson Xperia smartphone family received four iF Design awards. [Sony Ericsson]
  • Gigabyte has introduced the GSmart G1355, an entry-level dual-SIM Gingerbread handset with a 4.3-inch screen. [GSMArena]
  • Adobe Flash updated for improved Android 4.0 support, bug fixes. [Market Link]
  • Facebook updated in the Android Market with bug fixes. [Market Link]
  • Google Maps updated with mostly bug fixes. [Market Link]
  • New teaser trailer for Dark Legends. [YouTube]
  • AT&T is on the prowl for more spectrum. Negotiating with Leap Wireless. [IntoMobile]
  • Campaign to fund custom laser etched Galaxy Nexus battery covers hits goal. [IndieGoGo]
  • HP’s CEO says Android could become closed-source now that they’ve acquired Motorola. [Electronista]
  • Why Google didn’t build search, plus your body. [RWW]
  • Sprint could have to pay back $65 million if LightSquared deal doesn’t go through. [TheVerge]
  • Time Warner wants to bring streaming television to Android 4.0 devices by March. [Twitter]
  • Apple’s lawsuit against Samsung includes 17 Android devices. [Electronista]

, , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

  1. No comments yet.
(will not be published)

+ five = 6