Linked by David Adams on Fri 25th Mar 2011 14:48 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless The company revealed Thursday that it will delay publication of the Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) source code for the foreseeable future - possibly for months. It's not clear when (or if) the source code will be made available. The decision puts Android on a path towards a "draconian future" of its own, in which it is controlled by a single vendor - Google. The Ars link linked above is a pretty inflammatory editorial, so see also: Businessweek, GigaOM, The Register.
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I'm not sure why you think it's not offered. N900 is listed here:
May be it's not available still - I didn't actually try to buy it from there.

T-Mobile offers pretty good plans:
$59.99 for 500 min, and unlimited Internet.

The problem is, they are hiding the fact that they have these. It might mean they are trying to get rid of them before they sell themselves to AT&T. AT&T doesn't offer such good plans, but they might need to keep current users. So T-Mobile doesn't want to attract new users to them possibly.

Edited 2011-03-25 22:11 UTC

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