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- Some guy made a fake Sony Nexus phone and then admitted he did it. The end.
- Nexus 4
- An LG exec in India says the Nexus 4 exists and will be sold places.
- Nexus 4 pictures? Why not. More? OK, I guess.
- Carphone Warehouse really should rename itself something more clever than the "Leak Warehouse" I was going to go with, because that just sounds sort of dumb.
- I feel like we need some more Nexus 4 pictures.
- And hell, why not the quick-start guide for it, too.
- Nexus 10
- Nexus 7 32GB / 3G
- HTC DLX
Android at Arms
- Hurricane Sandy has forced Google to cancel its October 29th event in NYC.
- The new Chromebook is available directly through the Play Store, and Google's hoping you might click on it. Please? Come on, just a little - put it in the cart, see how it feels.
- A new version of Google Wallet is coming but Google won't tell us anything about it because they're big meanies.
- iPad Mini vs. Nexus 7: we compared them. That happened.
- The Galaxy Note II is available, and Verizon put its logo on the home button because they hate your happiness.
- Sony says that it's going to be a while before its phones get Jelly Bean. Way to keep up that community reputation, guys.
- Motorola confirms a number of phones are getting Jelly Bean, and it's Motorola, so the ETA is "at some point - probably."
- CM10: Transformer Pad Infinity.
- Device Updates: LG Spectrum, Optimus Elite, Galaxy S III (Int.) , Galaxy S III (Sprint), One X (Int.), RAZR HD / MAXX.
- SwiftKey is getting a Swype-like feature, further increasing the likelihood I will continue to confuse them.
- Xbox SmartGlass allows you to control your Xbox with your Android phone, more efficiently send threatening, expletive-filled messages to that camping 12-year-old SOB who ruined your streak.
- Game Review: Sector Strike.