Android Overload: Droid Incredible Is Discontinued, Sprint Introduces Tiered Data and More


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Another great day of Android news and another dose of Android Overload to keep you up to date on even the most minute of stories we couldn’t squeeze onto our front page. Sprint is introducing tiered data for their mobile broadband users which has a few customers paranoid their smartphones could be next. Droid Incredible has officially been discontinued so if something happens to it, you may find yourself with a Droid X instead. All this and more coming up in the latest edition of Android Overload.

  • Sprint introducing tiered data for mobile broadband [Engadget]
  • Gingerbread for Desire HD rolls out in Germany tomorrow [Smartdroid]
  • Killswitch [App]: Make you Android Tablet sleep simply by closing the cover [XDA]
  • GoGoBot turns Check-ins into Travelog: [GigaOM]
  • Break your Droid Incredible? Sorry have a Droid X instead [Droid-Life]
  • Feedly [App]: Feed reader app updated to 2.01 – [RWW]
  • Notion Ink Releases Adam Source Code [Android Police]
  • Google has updated their platform versions chart. [Android Developers]


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