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Sony Lists The First Devices To Get Android 4.3 Updates, AOSP For Xperia Tablet Z Already Posted To GitHub

It's been less than 24 hours since Google announced Jelly Bean 4.3 and published the new code to the Android Open Source Project, and Sony is already talking up their plans for phone updates. That's what I call customer service! In a short blog post, Sony confirmed a 4.3 update for six of their latest phones and (one) tablets:

This isn't necessarily an exhaustive list, and no timeframe has been announced.

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Google Calendar API Updated With Push Notifications Accessible By Third Party Developers

Google has made a small change to the Google Calendar API that nonetheless could make a huge difference for developers and users. The Calendar API now supports push notifications - alerts sent directly to devices and apps instead of waiting for a client-side sync, a la Gmail - for updates that are practically instantaneous. The official app has had this for a while, but now third-party developers have access to this functionality, meaning that push notifications for subscribed Google Calendars can be sent to any app that supports the general Gcal API.

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Get Ready To Share Your Browser With Chromecast Using The Official Google Cast Extension For Chrome

If you've ordered (or picked up) your Chromecast dongle and you're raring to start sharing content from your devices to your television, you can take one more step to get ready by downloading the official Google Cast extension.

Community Manager Moritz Tolxdorff posted to Google+ earlier this evening encouraging users to download the extension, which will allow the sharing of media and tabs straight from Chrome to a Chromecast-connected TV.

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How To: Flash Your Nexus 4 To Android 4.3 (JWR66V) And Root It Right Now

Android 4.3 was officially unveiled and released today to the Android Open Source Project. In a surprisingly timely fashion, Google also released both the factory images and OTAs to the Nexus 4, 7, 10, and the Galaxy Nexus.

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Download: Wallpapers From The New Nexus 7 [Updated]

Here are the wallpapers from the new Nexus 7 that is now available for pre-order and was shown off in full detail yesterday. From what I can tell, there is only one really new wallpaper compared to what came with the previous Nexuses, and it's the one that the new Nexus 7 comes with selected by default. I ran it through TinEye and Google's Reverse Image Search, and it's the only one that returned no existing hits.

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An In-Depth Look At The Big (And Small) Additions To Android Jelly Bean 4.3

It's that time of year: a new version of Android is in the wild. Here's everything we could find that's new and notable in Android Jelly Bean 4.3. Most of it is for developers and gives the software a bit of spit and polish, and at least some of the new features require fancy new hardware. But if you want to get a quick overview of all the new stuff coming to a Nexus near you (and hopefully other devices) soon, this is it.

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New Nexus 7 In 16GB And 32GB Capacities Live In Play Store With Ugly $30 Sleeve Case

If you've been waiting for your chance to order your new Nexus 7, we have the page you're going to want to camp out on. The 16GB and 32GB devices are live in the Play Store, but you can't click the buy button until July 30th. The LTE version of the device hasn't broken cover yet.

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As expected, the devices are selling for $229 and $269 for the 16GB and 32GB versions respectively.

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[All Good Things...] The Original Nexus 7 Is No Longer For Sale In The Google Play Store

The Nexus 7 has been a solid little workhorse, but now that the next generation is in, it's time to put it out to pasture. The original Nexus tablet is no longer available for purchase in the U.S. This is just a bit surprising - I had expected Google to try and get the last bit of stock out with a closeout sale. The various pages for the 16GB and 32GB models plus the AT&T and T-Mobile 3G versions are still up, but there's no option to buy.

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Download Android 4.3 Factory Images And Binaries For The Nexus 10, Nexus 4, Nexus 7, And Galaxy Nexus (Yakju / Takju) Right Now

Android 4.3 factory images and driver binaries for most recent Nexus devices have just been published on the Google Developers site, and chances are if you've got a new-ish Nexus, the image you're looking for is there. The Nexus 10, Nexus 4, Nexus 7 (Wi-Fi and mobile data), and Galaxy Nexus (takju / yakju variants) all have factory image downloads available right now, here.

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Matching driver binaries can be found here, as well.

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Yes, The New Nexus 7 Will Work On AT&T, Verizon, And T-Mobile's LTE Networks - All In A Single Model

This is definitely one of the highlights of today's Nexus 7 presentation for me: multi-network LTE support in one device. No mucking about with carrier-specific models. This is really great, assuming your carrier is supported.

The new Nexus 7, if you opt for the LTE model, will support LTE data connectivity on AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile. That's just kind of awesome. There are some potential caveats, though. Google did not elaborate on which frequencies were specifically supported, or if 3G support would be available on all three networks.

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