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Mobile Nations Monday Brief: October 31, 2011

Samsung Galaxy Nexus Hands-OnGoogle TV 2.0 is announced; updates start next week, new hardware in coming monthsSamsung Galaxy Note commercial availability announced, hits European markets first (opens in new tab)Official Research In Motion update on BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.0: Delayed until February 2012; No native BBMRIM unveils the Porsche Design BlackBerry P9981 in DubaiHow To: Sideload Android apps on PlayBook OS v2.0 for use with the Android App Player
Mobile Nations 9: Grand Theft Mobile (opens in new tab)Android Central PodcastCrackBerry.com PodcastPalmCast PodcastWPCentral PodcastiPhone Event Preview & iPad Live PodcastTiPb TV 22: iHelicopterIterate 9: ZhephreeRichard Kerris' "outside opportunity" is the same job, but at NokiaPicsel Smart Office now available for your document editing pleasureHP officially reverses course, won't spin off PC division; will make a decision on webOS "in the next few months
TiPb Asks: What do you want in iOS 5.1?Apple television, the next great unicorn chaseSteve Jobs biography now available via iBooks, KindleEverything you need to know from Nokia World '11Nokia Lumia 800 hands on videoAT&T announces Samsung Focus S and Flash for November 6th

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5 Comments
  • Absolutely gorgeous! <3
  • Cute, U should get togather with Georgia (WonderWomen) at TiPb..... ))))) [s]
  • I can on my honeycomb tablet :)
  • CLARIFICATION:
    Little hiccup in here regarding PlayBook 2.0
    As long as you own a PlayBook, you'll definitely be able to download OS 2.0. It's no different than any other PlayBook update. Done OTA.
    BBM - The clarification is that on OS 2.0, there will be no native BBM. To get BBM on your PlayBook, you'll need to own a BlackBerry also, and get it via BlackBerry bridge (as you do now). A future update will make it native (once RIM figures out multiple device management via the BBID.
    Apologies!
  • (( ( BOING ) ))