Today on the show: maps and music. Also, deception,, cheating, stealing, and a lawsuit. Hey, it can’t all be holiday cheer around here. This is the Android Police podcast.
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- FCC finds carriers fudging coverage maps, carriers blame FCC for inaccurate data submittal process
- State-by-state Android popularity map suggests where you live may affect your phone choice
- Genius sues Google over anticompetitive use of its lyrics
- Spotify celebrates your past decade of music with Wrapped 2019
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