Friday, March 14, 2014

TalkAndroid Daily Dose for March 14, 2014

TalkAndroid_Daily_Dose With hectic schedules, it can be hard to keep track of everything in your news feed. That’s why we created the TalkAndroid Daily Dose. This is where we recap the day’s hottest stories so you can get yourself up to speed in quick fashion. Happy reading!! Guides Best Android apps for managing your contacts / Address book [March 2014] Accessories Samsung launches “Specialized Usability Accessories” for the Galaxy Core Advance customers Apps DrawCast updated with multi-device support Google URL Shortener undergoes simplifying name change Don’t have a KitKat device? Say goodbye to Google Wallet’s tap and pay feature on April 14 Google Maps updated to show upcoming events Carriers AT&T is merging Aio Wireless with Cricket Wireless, Cricket is the name that stays Sprint announces new prepaid plans called “Sprint Prepaid” Verizon Smart Rewards program may be ready to roll out nationwide Chromecast DrawCast updated with multi-device support Google to launch Chromecast in UK on March 19 Gaming Amazon’s set-top box controller leaks Wikipad cuts $50 off its Android gaming tablet, drops to $199 Crazy Taxi: City Rush coming later this year, SEGA makes the original free in the Play Store through March 19 Google Larry Page may have been holding Motorola back from making a legitimate Google phone Phones HTC UK teases launch of the All New HTC One on Twitter Pre-orders for the Nokia X have reached one million in just four days in China OnePlus One design sketch leak shows what the device may look like Oppo Find 7 photos leak days before announcement, shows device and retail packaging Will there or will there not be a premium Galaxy S 5? Black Edition Samsung Galaxy S 4 now available in UK Samsung launches “Specialized Usability Accessories” for the Galaxy Core Advance customers ZTE has elected to announce its Nubia X6 smartphone on March 25, same day as The All New HTC One Wearables Samsung’s S Band returns in new leak that fully exposes the Activity Tracker Miscellaneous U.S. panel rules that HTC, ZTE and Huawei did not violate FlashPoint patents
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