Droid Daily 11/30/12: Swiftkey, Google Drive, Xperia T and more

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Gmail and YouTube heading to the Multi-Window Feature on the Verizon Galaxy Note 2 soon

Today Samsung Support on Twitter confirmed that Gmail and YouTube will be added to the multi-window feature on the Verizon Galaxy Note 2 soon. We've also seen reports that it works on some Verizon Note 2's.

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ICS Coming to the Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 3G

It appears that Samsung is finally pushing out Android 4.0 – Ice Cream Sandwich to their Galaxy Tab 8.9 3G version. It's a bit late, but better late then never.

Jelly Bean Leaks for the Epic 4G Touch

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A new Jelly Bean build has leaked for the Galaxy S2 – Epic 4G Touch on Sprint. It's build FK23 for those interested. You can get all the information from SXTP Developers

Samsung Galaxy S3 now Available at Koodo (Canada)

The Samsung Galaxy S3 is now finally available at yet another Canadian carrier, this time Koodo. Is it just me or does Canada have a lot of major carriers? Anyways, the Galaxy S3 is available for $550.

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Transformer-Inspired Slate with Android 4.1 for just $200

It appears that ASUS may have some competition. Aocos has released a Transformer-like tablet with Android 4.1 – Jelly Bean for just $200. Introducing the Aocos PX102 Hummingbird.

Sony Xperia T now available on Videotron (Canada)

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Yet another Canadian carrier gets the 'James Bond' phone, the Xperia T. It's now available on Videotron, for $550 without a contract. Or $90 with a contract.

Take a trip through Opp's History

Oppo is a new manufacturer, so the history is pretty short. But have a look at the video above.

Google Drive introducing website publishing

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Google Drive is heating up the competition with Dropbox. One of the big things that everyone likes Dropbox for is the website publishing features. Well that's coming to Google Drive now.

Australian English Dictionary gets added to Swiftkey

One of the best third-party keyboards on Android is Swiftkey. And today it got another update. This is one most of us probably won't notice, at least not right away. But Austrlian-English has been added to the list of languages.

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