admin · Sep 2, 2011 at 04:14 pm

AT&T: The Campy Super-Villain [Weekly Recap – 2 Sept 2011]

This week on XDA TV, Azrienoch delves into the work of TrevE, jacarrz1, AdamOutler, and Rebellos. He talks about the HTC Titan, his thoughts on Windows Phone 7, and Apple’s desperate plea to minimize the impact of Samsung’s RAND patents. Then SassiBoB gives her first review of a WP7 app, Wild West, by Andre_Alberto. Finally, Azrienoch comes back to put into perspective the US Department of Justice’s anti-trust lawsuit against AT&T. Click on for the episode!

Links:

Big Android BBQ Getting Closer — Get Ready!

App Review — Photaf — XDA TV

New Reported Post System is Live in Forums

Careful What You Do On Your EVO 3D — You Are Being Watched!

Flyer Owners And Devs — HTC Puccini Rom Leaked!

Porting Puccini To The Transformer

HP TouchPad Gets In Gear… Both Cores Overclocked to 1.9 GHz

Irony Is A Dish Best Served…. By Apple

IFA 2011 — Samsung’s New Line Up

The UnBrickable Mod and Beyond

XDA Visits HTC’s London Event, Radar and Titan Unveiled

SassiBoB’s App Review: Wild West

AT&T&T-Mobile Deal Falling Appart


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