Q3 release to break with tradition as well?


There are already a few divx playing apps (Rockplayer, vplayer) but its always nice to see a VLC port.

Honeycomb?Dual Processor?960×540 display?Yes please.

Upgrading from a Desire to a Desire S just isn’t worth the effort.

It won’t take much searching on XDA developers to find a copy of the as yet unreleased Flash 10.2 for Android.


I’m currently testing it on an Advent Vega tablet, BBC iPlayer is showing improved performance for a start.  Skipping to the middle of a video no longer puts the audio out of sync with the video and it seems a bit less buggy in general.  HDMI out to a TV looks pretty  good with a little bit of artifacting, this might be the quality of the stream though.


Tests on a HTC desire with stock Android (well, Oxygen ROM) does seem to provide any Audio so you may want to wait for the official release.  It’s entirely possible that this version only works on Tegra 2 devices like the Xoom and Vega but this is just my speculation.

You might want to hold off on updating your Google Maps for Android; looks like a lot of people are reporting the search function no longer works since updating.

I can confirm that it’s broken on my Advent Vega but fine on the HTC Desire.  Hopefully an update will fix this shortly.

Finally someone has seen sense and priced a good tablet competitively against Apple.

This makes the Samsung Galaxy Tab’s initial £600+ price point even more comical.