Thursday, 15 December 2011

Android Overload: Over $1 Million Stolen From Android Users In 2011, Sprint Is Now The Official Carrier of the NBA and More

Happy Galaxy Nexus day, everyone! Yes, the Galaxy Nexus became officially available in the US today through Verizon but that doesn’t mean there wasn’t a heap ton of other news hitting our inbox. Just take a look at all the stories below. These are the ones that didn’t make it onto our front page but we still felt they deserved a final once from you guys. We like to keep our readers well informed (it’s what we do best). So have a look around and if you read up on anything interesting, leave your thoughts below.
  • HTC has released the source code for their Sensation, Sensation XL, Rhyme, and more.
  • ASUS Transformer Prime ship date slips to January for Italy. [Electronista]
  • Clearwire raises another $734 million in funding from Sprint and public offering. [BGR]
  • Sprint is now the official carrier of the NBA. [Sprint]
  • Lightsquared makes a deal with the FCC to give up spectrum for 2012 launch. [GigaOM]
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab provides inflight entertainment to first class travelers. [TheVerge]
  • Google Map Maker now open to everyone. Help make Google Maps better. [RWW]
  • Google+ check-in offers go live in the Android app. [VentureBeat]
  • Over $1 million stolen from Android users in 2011. [BriefMobile]
  • Intel gets into the NFC business. [WSJ]
  • Meizu gets its own store in Hong Kong. Sell MX for cheaper. [Engadget]
  • Intel creates new group to focus solely on mobile. [IntoMobile]
  • Microsoft Lync now available for Android. [Market Link]

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