SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: November 12 2010

Nov 12, 2010
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What huge news overnight! Oh my goodness there is a new phone, a new phone! It either has no name yet, or might be called Samsung Elite. Then there was a late night review by the man Ewdison T on a Gateway ID49C. Then, Facebook is going to crash down Gmail with their Microsoft Office Web Apps integrated "Project Titan!" Subway lets you pay futuristically with your cellphone, Galaxy Tab Flash is what's called an "Embarrassment of Riches," and the pricetag on the original Apple-1 (made by Steve Wozniak and distributed from Steve Jobs parents house) is expected to be around $161,000 to $242,000. Cheep!

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SlashPhone
Swype Android Beta Gets Update
Best Buy Offering BlackBerry Just For $1
LG Optimus 7 Hacked to Support USB Tethering
AT&T Phone Can Be Purchase On Amazon For Only A Penny Until Monday

Android Community
Android for iPad and iPhone 4 on horizon with OpeniBoot update [Video]
Galaxy Tab now £479 in UK unlocked
Google drops hints at coming Android Marketplace features
Dell tosses XCD28 and XCD35 smartphones into India
Gingerbread Laden Phone with Huge Display to be Samsung “Flagship” for Early 2011 [UPDATES: Pic 2, Name?] [BIG FAT NEWS]

SlashGear
Facebook’s “Gmail killer” to have Microsoft Office Web Apps integration? [FACEBOOK]
Facebook’s “Project Titan” Gmail rival tipped for Nov 15 reveal [FACEBOOK]
Tegra 2 tablets will be “absolutely exquisite” promises NVIDIA CEO; Galaxy Tab just “a large phone”
Samsung Galaxy Tab teardown: big battery & tough screen
N-Control Avenger for X-Box 360 aimed at COD Black Ops players
Subway lets you pay for your sub with a phone
Galaxy Tab Flash: an Embarrassment of Riches [COLUMN]
RadioShack adds three Windows Phone 7 handsets to offerings
Korg iMS-20 for iPad puts classic synth on your Apple slate
Verizon DROID Incredible HD (aka HTC Mecha) leaks with 4G LTE in tow
Entourage Pocket eDGe gets official for $400
Original Apple-1 expected to sell for up to $242k
iOS 4.2 delayed over WiFi connection bug?
Gateway ID49C Review [REVIEW]

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