As we reported last Friday, both UberMedia (with Twitter clients including UberTwitter, Echofon, and others) and TwiDroyd, were suspended for policy violations pertaining to using Twitter feeds to maximize monetary gain.
Chad Ochocinco has been given early access to a Motorola XOOM tablet, taking to Twitter to say how pleased he is with the 10-inch slate. "I just received the new Motorola Xoom Tablet and its pretty awesome," Ochocinco told his 1.6m+ followers, going on to warn Motorola that "you won't be getting this back!!!!" Seeding early units to high-profile users seems a sensible sales strategy for Motorola, especially given talk of the XOOM going on sale as early as this month. [via Out of the Office]
Google IO 2011 earlier than everyone else. This mail has apparently been sent out just a short while ago today, and word on the street is that, strangely, Google may have done this because they've increased their max capacity for attendees.
Galaxy S No-Froyo Explained by Samsung Update Fees? you'll know what the heck is going on here. In reply to that post, a post in which an unnamed fellow posting anonymously in hopes of not being identified let loose a torrent of possible facts about Samsung, including the idea that they're charging carriers for pushing Android updates, Samsung says no way!