Droid Daily 1/11/13: Verizon, Feedly, Dropbox and More

Dropbox updated to version 2.3

Today, Dropbox for Android got an update to version 2.3. The new update includes Better Photo Management and a few UI tweaks. The new photo management is the same one we saw in the beta about a week ago. You can grab it from the Play Store.

Rapoo TV Launched at CES

Another new toy was launched at CES this week. This time its Rapoo TV which connects to any wifi enabled iOS or Android device and allows you to browse the internet download apps and more from your HDTV.

HTC Preparing a UK declaratory judgement Lawsuit against Nokia

Will the lawsuits never end? This time its HTC and Nokia in the UK. This comes from HTC's efforts to prove patents invalid. You can read the full story over at Foss Patents.

Feedly gets updated

A newer RSS reader, Feedly, got a brand new update today. It drops the beta label, and gets a ton of new features. You can grab the update over at the Google Play Store.

Verizon Fighting back against Piracy

In a report today, it looks like Verizon is implementing a six strikes rule for piracy. Repeat offenders will have their connections throttled to dial up speeds. Ouch!

 

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