admin · Jun 11, 2011 at 05:02 pm

HTC Finally Makes Sense [Weekly Recap – 11 May 2011]

Azrienoch and SassiBoB are finally back after their move and apologize for the quality of the video. Then we get the XDA TV recap, first with Sam Caplat’s series showing off the Sony Xperia Arc and Xperia Play. Then Jeff interprets the recent move by HTC and Samsung toward pleasing developers with new policies and plans for openness. Finally, we say goodbye to the Windows Mobile Market and My Phone service and say hello to the Windows Phone developer contest on xda-developers. Click on for the episode!

Links!

LG Revolution Forums Added

Sony Ericsson XPERIA Arc Review – XDA TV

Sam Caplat – Xperia Arc Unboxing – XDA TV

Forum and Development Activity at XDA

Failure to Launch – HTC’s Bootloader Policy

HTC Sensation Bootloader Will Be Unlocked

Attention Sense Developers! Sense SDK Coming Soon

Samsung and Official CM7 Support

Windows Mobile Marketplace and MyPhone Discontinued

WP7 Developer Contest Update: Be a Hero, Enter Now


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