Droid Weekly 4/29/13: HTC One, Chromebook Pixel, Galaxy S4 and More

Are Samsung Fanboys Becoming Just As Bad As Apple Fanboys?

This week, one of our writers (Chance) did a great editorial about Samsung fans being as bad as Apple fans. Does everyone agree? I know they are certainly getting bad, but not sure they are worse than Apple fans. Read More

Apple Admits that Their "Growth Has Slowed"; How Does This affect Android?

Apple announced their earnings this week, and also acknowledged that their growth has slowed, but they are growing. I did a nice editorial-type article this week regarding it. Read More

ASUS Cube with Google TV Available Today, For $140 at Amazon, Newegg and Others

This week, the ASUS Cube became available this week for $140. It's available at Newegg, Amazon and many other retailers. The Cube is ASUS' attempt at the Google TV market. Read More

"Google X" Device Appears in AnTuTu Benchmark Running Android 5.0.1

This week, a mysterious device appeared in AnTuTu Benchmark. It appears to be codenamed "Google X" and be running Android 5.0.1. That was before we heard that Google is working on Android 4.3. Very interesting. Read More

Official Firmware for Galaxy S 4 GT-I9500 Now Available

The Galaxy S4's official firmware became available this week. This is the firmware for the GT-I9500, also known as the Exynos 5 Octa variant. It weighs in at about 1GB in size. Read More

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