Droid Daily 12/3/12: SwiftKey, Dolphin Browser Beta, ISIS, CyanogenMod and More

AT&T Flips the LTE switch in 3 new Cities

This morning AT&T turned on LTE on three new cities, including Albuquerque, New Mexico; Reading, Pennsylvania; and Salt Lake City, Utah.

Android 4.2 issues with Swiftkey?

Today, SwiftKey did let us all know that they are aware of the issues when upgrading to Android 4.2. We've seen reports of it being deactivated and even uninstalled.

CyanogenMod 10.1 For the Galaxy S3 and Xperia T Teased

Lately CyanogenMod has been teasing screenshots of CM10.1 for many device son their Google+ page. Today they teased the Galaxy S3 and Xperia T. Now we just have to wait for nightlies to start rolling out.

Some Vending Machines getting ISIS payments

We've seen NFC taking over lately. With Google wallet, and carrier backed ISIS as our mobile payment system of the future. Now it appears some vending machines will use NFC.

Dolphin Browser Beta Updated

Today, the Dolphin Browser Beta got updated to support Android 4.2 and brought some performance Improvements along with it. Download it from the Play Store now.

Samsung Mobile Beam Projector Spotted Online

Samsung is just trying to make all the money lately. Their new Mobile Beam Projector was caught online but is only available in Korea for now.

World's Cheapest 5.3-inch Phone

That would be the Carpad F7. It actually looks kinda like the Galaxy S3/Note 2 from the back. So perhaps this is a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 clone?

Beidou Chi coming December 4th for $103

And the battle for cheap Android phones continues. Here we have the Beidou Chi with a 5-inch display coming tomorrow for just $103. With a beautiful 854x480 resolution, okay it's not that good.

SFR Rolls out France's first 4G Network

Today SFR did a first in France. They were the first to launch a 4G network in that country. Data plans are starting at â‚¬49.99 for just 2GB of data per month.

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