Tonight on AGTN
- It is time to be thankful! We will be talking about what we are most thankful for in the world of Android
- Eric Schmidt had an interesting interview during the Web 2.0 Summit, we will break it down.
- Location based service, RFID chips, Google Latitude live updates. Creepy tech or advancement?
- Facebook as a platform, will you use F-Mail?
- How to get a Boxee Box for less than HALF the price (MattGuyver Hack)
- And much more!
Ray Walters and Aaron Kasten will have with them Benji Hertel, Bruce Willke and some other friends to talk Android. You can tune in via your desktop or Android device by going to http://www.blogtalkradio.com/androidguys starting at 9PM CST! See you tonight!
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