The topic of bloatware is a discussion that is likely not going anywhere anytime soon. We see manufacturers and carriers loading extra apps all the time and that is a practice that will likely continue moving forward. While some apps can be removed or disabled on an individual basis, that doesn't help when you have lots of apps you want removed.
If you're a user of basically any Android product outside the few that are released without any Bloatware, Bloatware being apps on your device when you first take it out of the box, you might be wishing you had a solution for them, aka a way to get rid of them as MOST Bloatware is impossible to get rid of without a complex solution. Take a peek here: a developer by the name of Nalthos has created a utility that re-names Bloatware apps in a way that makes them not be able to be activated by your phone, therefor making sure they no longer eat up your resources (great since you're not using them at all anyway, right?)
Guess it won’t be long now, this device was promised for a Q2 release and the end of that quarter is fast approaching. The Dell Aero has just received approval from the FCC. This device is expected to land on AT&T in June. This device will keep the name Aero at launch, often times the name is changed when a device is released.
This is good news and bad news. The Galaxy S is one of the most powerful Android handsets to be released in the near future. It will most likely be the phone to have for gaming, as it stands it has the best GPU out of all the current Androids and every other handset. Time for the bad news, it passed through the FCC with AT&T 3G bands.
We're all aware of AT&T's recent Android releases with certain Google apps removed or replaced. These are the most restricted Android devices on the market today. Orange may be following suit with their upcoming Android devices. Google Maps, Youtube, Gmail, Gtalk and possibly Search too will all be removed in their devices.