Welcome to the Android Police Week In Review - your source for the biggest Android stories of the week. Don't forget, you can catch a lot of these stories (and more) on our weekly podcast.
The iPhone 5 has some new features, which, conveniently, you may already be familiar with.
- Sprint's 4G LTE is headed to 100 cities "in the coming months." Because that leaves absolutely no room for disappointment.
- LG teases the Optimus G. That's mean.
- ZTE Warp Sequent: because "sequel" sounded stupid.
- Verizon is putting a "Verizon" logo on the home button of the Galaxy Note II. Find something to vomit in before clicking.
Android at Arms
- The Mobile Device Privacy Act is a piece of legislation that wants to give you yet another disclaimer the first time you turn on your phone (but seriously, it's actually kind of a good idea).
- Google Wallet is discontinuing the prepaid Google card, and you have until October to use the balance. This could actually be the first time spending money proves challenging for me.
- Motorola DROID RAZR M has launched, motorcycle-jumping-face-exploding action not included.
- The Galaxy Note II is coming to AT&T and Verizon - prepare your hands.
- You can opt out of the Kindle Fire ads for $15, if the minute chance of Fifty Shades Of Grey appearing on your lockscreen frightnes you that much.
- The LG Escape: budget gets less depressing every week.
- The Galaxy S Relay 4G is official, officially has one of the worst names we've seen in months.
- And then there's the Galaxy Victory 4G LTE, which makes up for what it lacks in substance with upbeat buzzwords and fancy acronyms.
- The Galaxy S III will get Jelly Bean as soon as October! ... In the UK. Gotcha.
- Device updates: Nexus S 4G, Captivate Glide, Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 and Note 10.1, AMP1000, Galaxy S III (Verizon), ATRIX HD.
- 30 Best New Android Games From Last Week (9/5/12 - 9/14/12)
- 45 Best (And 3 WTF) New Android Apps And Live Wallpapers From The Last 2 Weeks (8/23/12 - 9/11/12)
- gReader is the best RSS reader on Android and don't you tell Cameron otherwise.
- Chameleon got updated. I bet you didn't see that one coming.
- Maluuba is a Google Now alternative you might actually want to try.
In Other News
- In a exciting development in the field of money-extracting technology, Amazon will soon let you buy physical goods with in-app purchases on the Kindle Fire.
- CyanogenMod has announced the M-Series and that might be exciting to you.