Computerworld: “Like it did with the Backflip, AT&T has removed the option to install unofficial apps onto its new HTC Aria phone. If something’s outside of the Android Market — a beta program such as Swype, for example, or one of several tethering apps offered only through developers’ Web sites — you won’t be able to install it; the option to do so is mysteriously missing from the “Applications” settings menu where it’d typically be found.”
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No kidding. I’m sure it’s pretty easy to add back. Hackers unite!