We take a look at a pie-in-the-sky concept for the Android phone of the future, the old school T-Mobile Sidekick may return as an Android handset, and a YouTube series shows how an Android phone could save your job if you find yourself trapped under a vending machine for a month. All of that and more on this week's edition of Android Atlas Weekly.
Ep. 32: The Android phone of the future and a blast from the past
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El Vendor – hilarious ad series about an Android user trapped under a vending machine
Can someone explain to me why Nexus One users haven’t been upgraded to Gingerbread?
At first we were treated like the chosen ones, now we’re second to the Nexus S… What gives?
Why don't any of these Androids support real time email? Is it that BB has a patent on that technology? I visited Verizon, the salesperson said I can get a gmail account to push my email through. I don't want a third party in order to have my email delivered in real time. I have a POP3 account through Go Daddy.
Any help or advice would be appreciated.
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