admin · Oct 31, 2011 at 08:57 pm

All Your Base Are Belong to Carriers [Weekly Recap]

This week, the undead rise up to recap the news. A worthy goal for undead people. Azrienoch and SassiBoB recap the additions to the forum, all the week’s videos on XDA TV, and the Portal’s 4000th article. Then we hear about reviews for the HTC Titan, HTC Sensation XL, and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. After that, there’s more security issues on Android, including the recently discovered problem with Dolphin Browser. And that brings us to an explanation of the control cellphone service providers have over everything that happens in the American cellphone industry. Check out the video!

Links!

Nexus, Ice Cream Sandwich, and a Contest to win an HTC Amaze 4G

HTC Titan and HTC Radar Forums Added

Samsung Galaxy Note And HTC Sensation XL Forums Added

Where Did My Forum Go?

How to Root the HTC Desire HD

The Best Browsers for Android – XDA TV

WifiKill for Android [SassiBoB Review]
ROM Toolbox by Jrummy [SassiBoB Review]
Dismantling Communicators

XDA Exclusive Phone Review – HTC Titan (The New One)

A Few Minutes With the Galaxy Nexus And HTC Sensation XL At The London International Technology Show

Sorry Nexus One! No ICS For You

ICS Port Surfaces For The Nexus S

Ice Cream Sandwich Ported to the Samsung Galaxy S

Security Vulnerability #2 On HTC Devices (PoC #2) – WiMax Leaks

Sprint Rolls Out Updates For The EVO Family – HTC, You Can Do Better And I Will Tell You How!

Sprint’s Repair and Exchange Policies Updated – iPhone Owners Beware!

It is Illegal for Verizon to Lock Some Bootloaders (Updated)

Are You Using Dolphin Browser? Your Privacy May Be At Risk (Again)…


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