SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – March 27, 2011

Rue Liu - Mar 27, 2011, 4:30pm CDT
SlashGear Weekly Roundup Video – March 27, 2011

We had several new smartphone and tablet announcements from CTIA Wireless that took place this week in Orlando Florida. There has also been some interesting developments having to do with Android with the launch of Amazon’s Appstore and RIM’s big announcement that their BlackBerry Playbook tablets will support Android apps. Read on for the full top ten list.

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10. iPad 2 international launch on March 25th. Check out our iPad 2 review. (iPad 2 lines images from Huffington Post).
iPad 2 international sales open with long shipping estimates
UK iPad 2 online delays mean queues the only hope for early-adopters
iPad 2 Review

9. ASUS makes official announcement for their ASUS Eee Pad Transformer.
ASUS Eee Pad Transformer official: 16hr battery in Honeycomb iPad 2 rival

8. Color Real-Time Image Sharing app.
Color image sharing app sorts by location (& gets privacy zealots worried)
The Color App May Serve a Purpose After All

7. Amazon launches Appstore for Android.
Amazon Appstore launches today
The Disruptive Potential of the Amazon App Store

6. Google delays Honeycomb for open-source.
Google Keeping Android 3.0 Honeycomb Closed For Now

5. RIM announces support for Android Apps on their BlackBerry Playbook tablets, and confirms pricing and date.
RIM To Support Android Apps For BlackBerry PlayBook

4. T-Mobile announces LG G2X smartphone, featuring glasses-free 3D display and 3D camera.
T-Mobile G2x by LG gets official: 3D Tegra 2 smartphone

3. Sprint announces HTC EVO 3D and HTC EVO View 4G.
HTC EVO 3D Revealed at Sprint Event [CTIA 2011]
EVO View 4G Revealed at Sprint Event [CTIA 2011]
HTC EVO 3D Hands-On
EVO View 4G Hands-On

2. Samsung unveils Galaxy Tab 8.9 and new version of Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 and Galaxy Tab 10.1 official
GALAXY Tab 10.1 & 8.9 Hands-on [CTIA 2011]

1. AT&T to buy T-Mobile.
AT&T Acquires T-Mobile for $39 Billion
AT&T and T-Mobile Acquisition Makes Sense
AT&T: We’d use T-Mo AWS spectrum for LTE plus double some 3G coverage

Product Reviews:

1. HTC Incredible S

2. Nintendo 3DS

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