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Topic # 68221 17-Sep-2010 06:05
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As great as GZ is, I would be grateful if people could recommend one or two good offshore blog or tech sites where I can keep track of what's happening with Android. Particularly interested in Android on phones and especially the Galaxy S. Thanks.

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  Reply # 380993 17-Sep-2010 06:13
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there you go:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=656

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  Reply # 380998 17-Sep-2010 06:40
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Try Phandroid and Android Guys as well

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 381136 17-Sep-2010 11:09
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Android Central is the big one on my RSS reader, they always seem pretty up to date.

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  Reply # 381204 17-Sep-2010 12:34
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eracode: As great as GZ is, I would be grateful if people could recommend one or two good offshore blog or tech sites where I can keep track of what's happening with Android. Particularly interested in Android on phones and especially the Galaxy S. Thanks.


International sites 

General media
mobile.Engadget.com
Gizmodo.com

Android Specific
Androidspin.com
Androidcentral.com

Modders & Hackers 
xda-developers.com (US-released phones)
android.modaco.com (UK-released phones)

Local NZ sites
Geekzone
androidmobile

Android Tablets 
slatedroid.com




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