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Droid Daily 5/29/13: Kernel Source, Swiftkey, Twitter, and More

May 29, 2013 - Written By Alexander Maxham

Verizon Galaxy S4, Galaxy Tab 3 and Galaxy Mega Devices Kernel Source Releases

Today, Samsung released the kernel source for the Galaxy S4 on Verizon, Galaxy Tab 3 and the Galaxy Mega devices. Most of which aren’t yet available. Which is rather surprising.

Nexus 10 32GB On sale for $380 at Woot

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Today, Woot.com had the Nexus 10 on sale for $380. Now this is the 32GB version that’s normally $499. It is refurbished, but it does come with a 1-year warranty and is $115 off the normal price from Google. Shipping is $5.

AT&T Turns on LTE in 11 new Cities

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Today, AT&T flipped that LTE switch on in 11 new cities, and now cover over 200 million people. Those cities include Dover, DE, Asheville and Goldsboro, NC., Leonardtown and Ocean City, MD, Salem, Oregon., Culpeper and Roanoke, VA., Longview, Shelton and Port Townsend, WA.

Twitter for Android hits v4.1

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Today, Twitter for Android got updated to version 4.1 and brought along some nice changes. Here’s the changelog from Google Play:

What’s in this version:

4.1.0

The new Tweet composer makes it easier to share with quick access to your camera roll and clear previews of how your Tweets will appear. Also:
– Richer notifications now include details like avatars and indicate how people are interacting with you (reply, retweet, etc.) for devices running Android 4.0 and higher,
– Enjoy wider and taller timelines in all parts of the app including profiles, search, and Discover.
– Receive a notification when a friend has joined Twitter.

Google Play Store v4.1.10 Pushing out now

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Google released another new version of the Play Store today. It’s now version 4.1.10 and is pushing out right now. It doesn’t appear to feature much of a difference over 4.1.6. So we are expecting bug fixes.

Galaxy S3 Mini Hits T-Mobile

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Well actually it’s the Galaxy Exhibit, but it’s the Galaxy S3 mini in disguise. It’s available for $20 down at T-Mobile or $236 out right. Not to bad of a price, for those that want a smaller device.

Swiftkey hits v4.1.1

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Today, Swiftkey also hit version 4.1.1 and brought a bunch of new bug fixes along for the ride. Here’s the full changelog from Google Play:

What’s in this version:

Bugs fixed in 4.1.1:
Cursor jumping around in the native Samsung email application, causing words to be inserted in odd places
Google Hangouts showing a non-functional “execute” button in landscape mode
Crashing when Personalization fails
Crashing when using the Pitch theme on devices running Android 2.1