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A home-theater PC and 30-inch LCD for less than two grand? The living room-friendly WinBook PowerSpec 410 is one sweet deal.
The original Xoom was the first Honeycomb tablet released. Now we have Motorola's followup, the Droid Xyboard 8.2. The Xyboard is only a hair thicker than the iPad 2 and weighs less than a pound.
This week on the Buzz Report, Comcast and Level 3 have a screaming match, Wikileaks gets gossipy, and the best catfight ever.
At less than a third of an inch thick, the new Motorola Droid Ultra is amazingly thin, nimble, yet cames with a massive 5-inch screen.
BT and BC uncover some screaming deals on TVs of every size, plus BT reveals his choice between the HTC Hero and the Samsung Moment.
Molly rings in 2006 with a screaming-hot PC, a million-dollar idea she didn't have, and a little Stephen King. Scary!
Over-the-top tech feature: All 2005 Scion xB models are equipped with an advanced stability-control system--unique in the less-than-$15-grand category.
With their second album Trompe-l'Oeil, Malajube, have created a unique pop/punk/rock sound that will make you scream for more, while it continues to break language barriers all over.
The LG PA6500 is a decent plasma television if you'll have nothing less than 1080p for cheap, but the rival Samsung is the better deal.
Nielsen thinks that Android phones are finally more desirable than iPhones, but Antuan could have told you that based on less than scientific observations. Justin shows us a phone that he does not desire, the HTC Droid Incredible 2. The unlikely Barnes & Noble Nook Color is rapidly becoming the most desirable Android tablet thanks to a new firmware update. Meanwhile, Motorola plans to give hardcore users what they truly desire, quad-core processors and more hacker friendly Android phones. All of that plus more news and the answers to your emailed questions on this week's episode of Android Atlas Weekly with Justin Eckhouse and Antuan Goodwin.