Android Atlas Weekly 80: It's a camera, it's a phone, it's a tablet! (Podcast)

Motorola has Droid RAZR deja vu (twice!) and Samsung's Ryan Bidan stops by to show off the Galaxy Note and explain why we should be excited about an Android-powered refrigerator.

Motorola has Droid RAZR deja vu (twice!) and Samsung's Ryan Bidan stops by to show off the Galaxy Note and explain why we should be excited about an Android-powered refrigerator.

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EPISODE 80

NEWS

-Polaroid SC1630 Android HD smart camera hands-on, is it a cameraphone or a phonecamera?

-Motorola’s Droid 4 is the greatest Android keyboard slider yet

-Sprint confirms switch to LTE with Galaxy Nexus, LG Viper

-Droid Razr Maxx

-Excite X10: Best of CES Finalist

-Asus Memo 370T: Best of CES Finalist

-Lenovos Android 4.0 tablet wants to be your laptop, too

-Google TV is Back, With Friends

-Lenovo reveals Ice Cream Sandwich TV

APP OF THE WEEK

-TiVo welcomes Android users with new app

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