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[Deal Alert] AT&T LG G3 32 GB In Metallic Black Or Silk White And $100 Amazon Gift Card For Just $489 Without Contract, $0.01 With Contract

This deal isn't for everyone, but if it is for you, it's a really good one. The device in question is a carrier locked AT&T LG G3 in either of its color schemes and 32 GB of storage. No matter how you choose to buy it - without a contract, on-contract, or via the Next program - you'll get a $100 Amazon gift card after your purchase.

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What's the catch? Well, there aren't too many, beyond the fact you basically need to use AT&T.

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[Wut] HTC Can't Even, Debuts A Rap Video Featuring People Literally Dressed Up As Phones, Peter Chou Shoutout

HTC America's marketing department have apparently all been given pink slips, because I can't think of any other good reason for the following, uh, multimedia experience to exist. Namely, a rap video... about HTC. Featuring someone called Doc G. And this guy.

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I don't know why HTC did it. I don't know what they hoped to gain. I don't know who Doc G. is or exactly what kind of doctor he is.

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HTC Posts Lollipop Kernels For Multiple International One M8 Variants

While we are just starting to see the first hints of Lollipop on the HTC One M8 in the US, the rollout is already underway in other parts of the world. As is customary, HTC is now posting the open source bits of these updates on its developer page. If you want to get a look at the kernel source for the international M8 variants, this is your chance.

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AT&T Galaxy S5 UCU2AOA1 Update Brings Nearly 500MB Of Android 4.4.4, VoLTE, And Bloatware

If you have an AT&T Galaxy S5, you should be getting an OTA notification shortly for a nearly-500MB update, which includes exciting new features like not Lollipop. The software brings an upgrade to Android 4.4.4 (from 4.4.2), AT&T voice over LTE (AKA HD Voice), and some new bloatware that AT&T would like you to please use.

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Here's the full changelog.

Update summary 

AT&T released a software update for the Samsung Galaxy S 5 (SM-G900A) on February 3, 2015.

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Google Search's New Mortgage Calculator Can Help You Plan Beyond The Down Payment

The information you get from Google searches isn't always as reliable as it sounds, but when it comes to simple math, you can bet the search engine is giving you more accurate information. Now Google is turning things up a notch by tossing a calculator widget into your search results to help plan out your mortgage and other loans.

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To get the loan widget to appear, search for terms along the lines of "interest," "loan," or "mortgage" calculator.

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Verizon Wireless Website Shows The Nexus 6 As 'Coming Soon,' Still No Word On A Release Date

It's been four months since the Nexus 6 went on sale in the US Google Play Store, complete with radio support for all five major US carriers. AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S. Cellular all sell the phone in one fashion or another, but Verizon has been interestingly silent on a subsidized carrier release. (Verizon Wireless doesn't play well with others.) But according to the latest promotional image on Verizon's website, it might be coming soon.

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The Nexus 9 Review, Revisited: Three Months Later

On November 3, 2014, I published our review of the Nexus 9. It wasn't especially pretty, if I'm honest. But as with all things Nexus, time and software updates (mostly software updates) can smooth out rough edges and straighten up quirks, so a revisit seemed necessary. Now, three months on, have things really changed with Google's flagship tablet?

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OnePlus Shares Brief Video Teasing Android Lollipop On The OnePlus One

OnePlus One owners are waiting for the latest version of Android to come to their devices, and the company has decided to stoke their excitement on Google+ with a brief video showing that yes, Lollipop is coming, and soon.

In the 24 second clip we see the kind of stock experience Nexus and Motorola device owners have grown accustomed to over the past few months, just with a couple CyanogenMod-related apps thrown in.

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The Android Issue Tracker Is Being Overrun With Spam And Google Won't Do Anything About It

For weeks now, the vast majority of recent issues in Google's public Android issue tracker have been spam. This is no sophisticated attack, just a barrage of the most transparently useless bug submissions you can imagine. It is completely crowding out legitimate issues and it appears Google is not too concerned about that fact.

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[Update: 5.0.2 For Cellular Nexus 7s] [Flash All The Things] Lollipop Nexus OTA ZIP File Roundup

Of our many jobs here at Android Police, one is to make our readers' lives easier when we can. With that in mind, here's a roundup of every known Nexus Lollipop OTA. As new ones become available, this post will be updated accordingly.

Lollipop will be released to Nexus 4, 5, 7 (2012 and 2013), and 10, plus bugfix OTAs to Nexus 6 and 9.

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