Galaxy S Gets Gingerbread! Netflix Working on Most Androids! Honeycomb is Gingerbread?


Tons and TONS of Android-related news this week, so much so that it took an entirely separate video!

To view the video or see all the links to the stories mentioned, click the “Read More” option below.

Stories Mentioned:

Samsung Begins Roll Out of Gingerbread To Galaxy Devices
Motorola Rep confirms Gingerbread coming to Droid X, Droid 2, Milestone, Possibly Droid Pro Soon!
Test build of Android 2.3.4 leaks for ThunderBolt
Test Gingerbread ROM leaks out for the original Droid Incredible
Epic 4G Gingerbread update moving along nicely — EE19 is now in the works
AT&T confirms to devs: Sideloading from here on out
Hacked Netflix App Now Works On Most Devices
Rooted Devices Will Not Have Access to New Google Movies Android Feature, That Includes Your XOOM
Android Honeycomb has hidden Gingerbread interface, enabled by higher LCD density
‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ Devices Coming with Tegra 3: Nvidia

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3 Responses to “Galaxy S Gets Gingerbread! Netflix Working on Most Androids! Honeycomb is Gingerbread?”

  1. Nyromith says:

    Good it’s a separate video. Many people like Linux but don’t care at all about Android. There is a difference between computers and toys.

  2. jeremyd says:

    Hey, can you make your site more android friendly and linux friendly? I even installed the super icky 32bit flash crap on my Arch linux box and I don’t see a ‘read more’ link or a video .. I’d love it if you could just direct link to youtube so I can watch in android’s YouTube player or *something. Right now I just can’t seem to watch the current episode on anything though..

    • TWIL says:

      jeremy: I’ve watched videos on the site from my Android phone, tablet, and all of my Linux computers with no issues. Could the issue be that the videos are in HD?
      You mentioned installing 32-bit flash on your Arch system. Are you running 64-bit? It might be worth trying “Square” from the AUR. I’ve been running it for almost a year now with no playback issues.

      I would offer the videos in HTML5, but none of the video hosting providers I upload through seem to offer HTML5 to their viewers when the videos have ads on them. Sorry. :/

      That said, if you haven’t seen it already, this website is built almost entirely around a YouTube channel,, where all the videos are posted.

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