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Android Overload: Cricket Signs 4G LTE Deal With Clearwire, Google Offers Expands To 4 New Cities with 11 New Partners and More


Thursday 15th of March 2012 / phandroid.com
If you don’t know what this Android Overload thing is all about, this is the place where we stash all the news stories that made it past out desks — and didn’t get featured on our front page — from throughout our day. You can always come here when you want to find a few hidden gems, or you simply need a little extra Android news in your life. Dig in.LG Optimus V on Virgin Mobile receives and update. [VirginMobile]Barnes & Noble begins in-store program to enable 8GB of internal storage for Nook Tablets. [Cnet]Consumer vs. AT&T lawsuit gets even more dramatic. [GigaOM]Cricket/Leap Wireless sign 5-year deal with Clearwire for 4G LTE rollout. [Engadget]Sprint Kyocera Milano receives bug fixing update to software version 1.006sp [SprintCommunity]Google search gets a refresh. [WSJ]Google Offers gets 11 new partners and expands to 4 new cities. [GoogleCommerce]ST-Ericsson could be purchased by Nvidia AMD, Intel or others. [Electronista]The Samsung SCH-R940 has passed through the FCC on its way to becoming a Metro PCS exclusive. [Androinica]A new LTE-enabled h
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Android Overload: CyanogenMod patches up Samsung Exynos exploit, Apple’s pinch-to-zoom patent ruled invalid in initial ruling, and more


Thursday 20th of December 2012 / phandroid.com
The Android Overload is where we stash all of the stories/articles/news bits that didn’t make it onto our front page from throughout the day. But just because they weren’t featured, doesn’t mean they aren’t worth taking a look at. In fact, there’s almost always a little something here for everyone. So, take a look around and let us know if you find anything of interest.Press, a slick new Google Reader RSS app, now available for Android. [Google Play]Flixter update gives users complimentary UltraViolet movie stream/download. [Google Play]The next iPhone comes with a pre-cracked screen for college girls. [Onion]Rooted official stock Jelly Bean Sense ROM now available for AT&T/Rogers HTC One X. [XDA]One again: do NOT download apps unless they’re from the app store. Lest you get infected with SMS malware. [TNW]Kodak sells off their patents for $525 million. Apple and Google nab ‘em all. [Bloomberg]HTC could be easing up on new devices and smartphone shipments next year. That’s fine — just bring me the HTC M7. [Digitimes]CyanogenMod finds a fix for th
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Android Overload: Jelly Bean update for T-Mobile HTC One S enters beta testing, Acer preps $100 Iconia B1 tablet, and more


Thursday 27th of December 2012 / phandroid.com
The Android Overload is where we stash all of the stories/articles/news bits that didn’t make it onto our front page from throughout the day. But just because they weren’t featured, doesn’t mean they aren’t worth taking a look at. In fact, there’s almost always a little something here for everyone. So, take a look around and let us know if you find anything of interest. HTC One S begins beta testing Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update. [TmoNews]Apple makes another move away from Samsung, goes with Unimicron for upcoming chips instead of Samsung. [Electronista]ROM Manager updated in the Play Store. Now allows for WiFi backups to your computer. [Google Play]RIM announces Android “port-a-thon” set for January. Rewards developers for transferring Android apps to BB 10 OS. [Ubergizmo]BuzzFeed takes advantage of YouTube’s new developer API in latest update. [Google Play]Samsung reportedly planning to ship 390 million smartphones in 2013. [Ubergizmo]Amazon Appstore offers up 15 “premium” Android apps for free as part of promotion. [Lifehacker]Amazon Instant
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Google Offers Expands to New York City, Google Shopper for Android Updated


Tuesday 12th of July 2011 / phandroid.com
Google is expanding the territory on their daily deals service, green-lighting Google Offers in New York City and celebrating the occasion with the release of an updated version of Google Shopper. The app gets a redesigned interface that incorporates new tabs for navigating to the offer of the day for your city, finding nearby offers, and saving those offers for later use. When Google’s NFC endeavors launch in earnest, these saved offers will also be available through Google Wallet.With the update the app is looking more and more like a mobile portal for Google Offers, but the app retains the ability to search products and compare locations and prices. When Offers expands to even more cities, though, it will no doubt become the main draw of the application.[via Google]
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Google Offers Expands to New York City, Google Shopper for Android Updated


Tuesday 12th of July 2011 / androidheadlines.com
Google is expanding the territory on their daily deals service, green-lighting Google Offers in New York City and celebrating the occasion with the release of an updated version of Google Shopper. The app gets a redesigned interface that incorporates new tabs for navigating to the offer of the day for your city, finding nearby offers, and saving those offers for later use. When Google’s NFC endeavors launch in earnest, these saved offers will also be available through Google Wallet.With the update the app is looking more and more like a mobile portal for Google Offers, but the app retains the ability to search products and compare locations and prices. When Off…Continue Reading HereGoogle Offers Expands to New York City, Google Shopper for Android UpdatedKevin Krause – phandroid.com
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Google Offers expands to 4 new cities, with 11 new partners


Wednesday 14th of March 2012 / androidcentral.com
Google has expanded their Google Offers service with 4 new cities and 11 new partners, bringing the totals to 30 deal partners in 40 cities. Users in Austin, Houston, Philadelphia, and Miami will now be able to get more daily deals via the Android app or through their inbox, and the partner sites will get even more exposure now that they have aligned themselves with the big G.The new deal partners look to expand things with deals for just about everyone. 8Moms, APDailyDeals, AT&T Interactive, Boston.com, DailyDeals.com, DoubleTakeDeals, Half Off Depot, Morgan’s Deals, Savored, Signpost and Urban Dealight are the latest additions, and should offer a varied mix to fit just about every taste.I know many of us are deal-watchers. I spend more time and money than I should searching them out, and no day trip to downtown DC is complete without seeing what I can save while out and about. Now we all have even more partners to look forward to in our daily emails. And that dinner at The Cajun Experience looks artery-cloggingly delicious.Source: Google Commerce
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Android Overload: CyanogenMod patches up Samsung Exynos exploit, Apple’s pinch-to-zoom patent ruled invalid in initial ruling, and more


Thursday 20th of December 2012 / devel.phandroid.com
The Android Overload is where we stash all of the stories/articles/news bits that didn’t make it onto our front page from throughout the day. But just because they weren’t featured, doesn’t mean they aren’t worth taking a look at. In fact, there’s almost always a little something here for everyone. So, take a look around and let us know if you find anything of interest.Press, a slick new Google Reader RSS app, now available for Android. [Google Play]Flixter update gives users complimentary UltraViolet movie stream/download. [Google Play]The next iPhone comes with a pre-cracked screen for college girls. [Onion]Rooted official stock Jelly Bean Sense ROM now available for AT&T/Rogers HTC One X. [XDA]One again: do NOT download apps unless they’re from the app store. Lest you get infected with SMS malware. [TNW]Kodak sells off their patents for $525 million. Apple and Google nab ‘em all. [Bloomberg]HTC could be easing up on new devices and smartphone shipments next year. That’s fine — just bring me the HTC M7. [Digitimes]CyanogenMod finds a fix for th
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Android Overload: HTC One V Now Available From Virgin Mobile for $200, Clickjacking Rootkit Proof-of-Concept Can Hijack ICS, and More


Wednesday 04th of July 2012 / androidheadlines.com
Tomorrow we celebrate our nation’s independence and before we leave you for the night, we have the Android Overload. These are all the news bits from around the web that didn’t quite make in onto our front page, but since they were so close, we felt we’d post them here for you guys to take a look at. If you find something interesting, feel free to holla back… playa.Virgin Mobile (USA) now offering HTC One V for $200 contract free. [Virgin Mobile]Non-official Jelly Bean live wallpaper now available for all devices. [Google Play Store]New WiFi certified Passpoint platform could see Android devices that auto-connect to wireless access points. […Continue Reading HereAndroid Overload: HTC One V Now Available From Virgin Mobile for $200, Clickjacking Rootkit Proof-of-Concept Can Hijack ICS, and MoreChris Chavez – phandroid.com
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Android Overload: HTC One V Now Available From Virgin Mobile for $200, Clickjacking Rootkit Proof-of-Concept Can Hijack ICS, and More


Wednesday 04th of July 2012 / phandroid.com
Tomorrow we celebrate our nation’s independence and before we leave you for the night, we have the Android Overload. These are all the news bits from around the web that didn’t quite make in onto our front page, but since they were so close, we felt we’d post them here for you guys to take a look at. If you find something interesting, feel free to holla back… playa.Virgin Mobile (USA) now offering HTC One V for $200 contract free. [Virgin Mobile]Non-official Jelly Bean live wallpaper now available for all devices. [Google Play Store]New WiFi certified Passpoint platform could see Android devices that auto-connect to wireless access points. [BetaNews]Proof-of-concept Android clickjacking rootkit can potentially hijack apps on your Ice Cream Sandwich device. [ComputerWorld]Turns out Beats bought music streaming service MOG for $14 million. [TheNextWeb]Google is officially killing off iGoogle. Gives users until November 1st, 2013. [GoogleBlog]NPD says by 2016, tablets shipments will outpace notebooks. [BGR]LG’s 3.0 launcher ported to run on any Ice Cream Sa
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Sprint Lights Up 40 New Cities with 4G LTE


Tuesday 28th of January 2014 / droidforums.net
Sprint's LTE network rollout seems to be expanding in large spurts. We hear nothing for weeks, then "blammo!"; suddenly there are 40 new cities with the service. Such is the case today. Here's the breakdown of Sprint's new coverage areas:Anderson, S.C.Camden, N.J.Cape Girardeau-Jackson, Mo.-Ill.Carson City, Nev.Colorado Springs, Colo.Concord, N.H.Eugene-Springfield, Ore.Evansville, Ind.-Ky.Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers, Ark.Georgetown, S.C.Glasgow, Ky.Greenville, OhioHilton Head Island-Beaufort, S.C.Hudson, N.Y.Idaho Falls, IdahoJackson, Miss.Laconia, N.H.Marion, OhioMcAllen-Edinburg-Mission, TexasMidland, Mich.Milwaukee-Waukesha-West Allis, Wis. Mobile, Ala.Monroe, La.New Castle, Pa.New Philadelphia-Dover, OhioOlean, N.Y.Olympia, Wash.Owensboro, Ky.Owosso, Mich.Paducah, Ky.-Ill.Parkersburg-Marietta-Vienna, W.V.-OhioPoint Pleasant, W.V.-OhioProvidence, R.I.Reno-Sparks, Nev.Rockingham County-Strafford County, N.H.Salt Lake CitySpartanburg, S.C.Springfield, OhioTacoma, Wash.Yuma, Ariz.That's a hefty list. Here's the link below to Sprint's full presser.Source: Sprint
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