The Android Headlines podcast is up! This is podcast number 73. It was just me and Alex this week. We held it down and somehow kept the podcast to an hour.
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Here’s the YouTube video and podcast stream for this week:
- Sprint unveils new shared data plans, and new individual plans
- T-Mobile answers back with Refer-a-Friend getting unlimited data for a year
- OnePlus is expanding into India
- Toyota is working on an infotainment center based around the Nexus 7
- Viva Movil shuts down
- Sharp announces Aquos Crystal smartphone with no bezel
- Lenovo is launching 5 new devices this year
- Motorola could launch 8 new phones by Christmas
- Moto X+1 Leaks Out for Verizon
- Asus PadFone Mini X strolls through the FCC, bound for AT&T
- Singtel announces Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Alpha LTE-A phones
- Barnes & Noble unveils the Galaxy Tab 4 Nook
- Humble SEGA Bundle is live
- Uber launches their own API
- Swype adds new pro sports themes