Droid Daily 1/9/13: Verizon, Xperia Z, Motorola Xoom and More

Verizon going to be Late with HD Voice

Yesterday, T-Mobile announced that they have HD voice all around the US. Now today, Verizon announced that they would be late to the HD Voice game. Pretty interesting since they are supposedly the number one carrier.

Google Gives more Developers the ability to reply to reviews

In the Play Store, Google has now given more developers the ability to reply to users comments in the review section. Hopefully this will be live for everyone very soon.

Motorola Xoom 4G LTE, and HTC One XL Get CyanogenMod 10.1 Nightlies

If you have the Motorola Xoom on Verizon of the HTC One XL, there is now a CM 10.1 nightly for your device. Which means you can experience some Android 4.2 goodness. Head over to get.cm and grab some Cyanogenmod.

Facebook Pages Manager finally available

The Facebook Pages Manager launched last week, but was not available for download for just about any device in any country. Now it's available at least in the US and the UK for most device. So go grab it from the Play Store.

Verizon covering their 3G Footprint with LTE by end of 2013

Verizon had a press conference yesterday at CES, and they announced that their LTE network will be available everywhere that currently has 3G by the end of this year. So congrats to Verizon on that.

Sony Xperia Z Hitting Australian Carriers in March

The new Sony Xperia Z which was announced on Monday, is headed to a few carriers in the UK, and now three carriers in Australia. It should be available around March. Stay tuned for more information.

Acer Iconia B1-A71 going to Europe, Middle East and Africa

The new super budget, Acer Iconia B1 tablet is headed over to Europe, Middle East and Africa and will sell for around â‚¬119. That translates to about $155.


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