Android Atlas Weekly 87: Updates from Mobile World Congress (Podcast)

Google dishes on Android tablets, Jelly Bean's surface, and exciting new devices come out of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

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Andy Rubin dishes on Android tablets, we examine a bowl of jelly beans, and we discuss the exciting new devices coming out of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

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EPISODE 87

ANDROID NEWS:

-Android chief: We must ‘double down’ on tablets, win the market

-Google VP Dishes On Android Tablet and App Strategy

-Android crosses 850,000 activations per day with 450,000 apps in the store, Andy Rubin says

-Andy Rubin speaks out on Google, Motorola acquisition; wants nothing to do with Moto

-Google Hints at ‘Android Jelly Bean’

-Samsung announces Galaxy Note 10.1 at MWC

-Asus Padfone turns your phone into a tablet, notebook

-Pico Projector infused Samsung Galaxy Beam shines its light at Mobile World Congress

-Touchnote

EMAILS:

Hi,

You wondered if there was a cultural reason why Koreans would want a phone with a stylus.
Well one reason might be their alphabet.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_language
It’s a lot easier to write with a pen, than with the round-about way it can be done with a qwerty-keyboard.

The same would be true for quite a few other Asian languages. –

Martin

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I just wanted to compliment Jaymar on how well he is doing now with his volume level! When I wrote the original email I had no idea how much of a “”thing”" this was going to turn into.

Go Jaymar!
- Marc

VOICEMAIL:

Chris wants to know when the Galaxy S II will be getting ICS

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