Droid Daily 5/22/13: Hangouts, Galaxy S4, Cricket Wireless, T-Mobile, and More

T-Mobile in Favor of ISIS instead of Google Wallet?

We know all to well how carriers like to block Google Wallet here in the US. Currently, Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile all block Google Wallet because they are backing ISIS. Which has made many of us upset.

#IfIHadGlass winners getting Glass soon!

Today, Project Glass announced on their social channels that winners of the #IfIHadGlass competition will be getting their invites in the next few weeks. So get ready, if you were one of the lucky winners.

Galaxy S4 coming to Cricket Wireless

Next month, the Galaxy S4 launches on Cricket Wireless for about $600 or $55 with down payments. Similar to how T-Mobile is selling phones.

Google introduces Top Charts

New Top Charts from Google allows you to see which celebrities, planets, and dog breeds top its search queries. Would you actually use these Top Charts?

Chainfire Releases new CF-Auto-Root for Galaxy S4

Today, Chainfire has released a new version of CF-Auto-Root and SuperSU for the Qualcomm based Galaxy S4.

Photos from Hangouts Stored in your Google+ Photos

Today, Android Police pointed out that photos you send in Hangouts are stored in your Google+ account. Which is cool, but don't worry  they are all marked as private so only you and that person can see it.

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