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Video Killed The Radio Star: RIAA And NAB Seek To Force FM Radio On All Cellular Phones

Video Killed The Radio Star: RIAA And NAB Seek To Force FM Radio On All Cellular Phones

As it becomes painfully obvious to the RIAA that suing individuals for music copyright infringement is about as fiscally logical as burning hundred-dollar bills to melt down pennies for copper, the now-infamous media group is seeking to generate revenue from more traditional avenues.

Both the RIAA and NAB (National Association of Broadcasters), who are often fierce opponents, are demanding US Congress pass a bill mandating the presence of FM radio receivers in all cellular phones.

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Android Forum Roundup: Where Do You Go For Android Help And Discussion? Vote For Your Favorites

Android Forum Roundup: Where Do You Go For Android Help And Discussion? Vote For Your Favorites

Where do you go when you have an Android related problem? Where do you hang out on a rainy day? Where does a good percentage of Android news originate from?

I'm talking about Android forums. Today, inspired by this reddit post, I wanted to highlight some of them and provide a list for people looking to ask questions, start an Android related conversation, report a problem, or just become part of another community (of course, you should always be close to Android Police by following us on twitter at @AndroidPolice and keeping up with the RSS feed).

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Nexus One Will Not Get Official FM Radio Support Any Time Soon - Google Cites The Custom ROM Community As Our Best Bet [Post Google I/O Coverage]

Nexus One Will Not Get Official FM Radio Support Any Time Soon - Google Cites The Custom ROM Community As Our Best Bet [Post Google I/O Coverage]

If you've been waiting for official FM radio support in your Nexus One - and I know there are hundreds of you, then you will have to keep waiting, possibly forever.

One thing is certain - the official Nexus One Froyo release will not include FM radio support, told me one of the core Android engineers at the Google I/O conference a couple of days ago.

I went to Android Office Hours where everyone had a chance to ask core developers anything they wanted (I managed to grab 2 Android dev books there too - awesome!).

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