Droid Daily 10/24/12: Square, Sony Xperia Pro, Flipboard, and More

Square hits Canada, Mobile app gets Updated too

The e-commerce company Square has just expanded it's mobile payment system to Canada. They also have updated their Android app with a small refresh. You can download the app in the Play Store. Read More

Fido getting the Sony Xperia Pro this November

Good news for our Canadian neighbors on Fido. It looks like the Sony Xperia Pro will be hitting your carrier next month. It'll also be available unlocked in "limited edition yellow" at Sony Stores. Read More

Samsung's Tectile app hits v3.0

Samsung updated it's TecTile app today, bumping it to version 3.0. Adding a bunch of new NFC-Writing capabilities. Of course this app only works on NFC-enabled devices. So the Galaxy Note 2 and the Galaxy S3, along with a select few Galaxy S2's. Read More

Flipboard updates bringing audio

 

Flipboard just got better! Today the app updated and added audio, which means you can now listen to audio while your flipping through your feeds. You can choose from their list of feeds. They've also partnered with Soundcloud to make it even better. Read More

Verizon did it! Branded the Home button on the Galaxy Note 2

We had heard rumors of this a few months ago, but I for one didn't believe it. But it looks like Verizon has indeed put their name on the home button of their variant of the Galaxy Note 2 which will be launching soon. It just looks ugly! Read More

LG Optimus 4X HD and the HTC One S launch on Videotron in Canada

Those of you on Videotron in Canada can now pick up the LG Optimus 4X HD or the HTC One S. Sure these devices are a little old, but they are still great devices. Read More

Android set to overtake Windows in OS share by 2016

Considering Windows has been the king of OS' since, forever, this is big news. But not really all that surprising. As Android continues to climb and Windows (particularly windows phone) continues to fall. Read More

Google's new marketing strategy: Let everyone know James Bond uses an Android!

In his next movie, James Bond is using an Android device. We've even seen Sony market their latest device as the "James Bond phone" so it's not surprising that Google is letting everyone know that he uses a powerful Android device. Read More

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