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The Daily Slash: February 4, 2011

The Daily Slash: February 4, 2011

First, see for yourself the release dates for both the Motorola XOOM and HTC ThunderBolt. Then, grab yourself a wish from Android Community for a Happy Chinese Android New Year! See the winner of our big fat SlashGear’s Final Football Matchup Toshiba TV Giveaway! Grab a glimpse of Angry Birds newest expansion “Hogs and Kisses!” Decide for yourself if the "backdoor" into Google's new browser-based Android Marketplace is really something to be frightened of. Finally, and definitely not least of all, we're looking for new workers over on Android Community! If you think you've got what it takes, check out the Android Community Wants Workers post! All this and MORE on The Daily Slash!

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 4 2011

SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up: February 4 2011

First and foremost, Android Community would like to wish you a Happy Chinese Android New Year! Next, grab the release dates for both the Motorola XOOM and HTC ThunderBolt, and see how Android Ice Cream will bring Honeycomb functions to handsets. Then hear a cryptic message from ASUS as their CEO promises a "secret weapon" to VANQUISH iPad 2. Meanwhile Apple's doing quite well as the iPhone launches on Verizon, setting first day launch records in just two hours - perhaps due in part to their clever beatdown of AT&T via a "Can You Hear Me Now?" ad spot. Oh an that iPad magazine The Daily? It's already hacked and free. All this and MORE on SlashGear Morning Wrap-Up!

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Honeycomb will Make Android King of Enterprise, So Says Aaron Levie

Honeycomb will Make Android King of Enterprise, So Says Aaron Levie

Mister Aaron Levie is the chief executive of enterprise cloud storage company Box.net, and he's been so bold and so kind as to say that Google's Android will soon be the winner in the enterprise tablet race. Why not iPad? Why not the upcoming tablet from RIM, BlackBerry PlayBook? Because Android is an open system, Levie says Android's tablet operating system version 3.0 Honeycomb will bring with it an avalanche of enterprise applications for Android tablets. Levie notes that with this more open development ecosystem there comes more support for enterprise apps and a bigger IT community creating applications for Android.

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