Droid Daily 7/25/13: Grand Theft Auto, Max Payne, MetroPCS Expands, and More


Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 Hits the FCC with AT&T LTE

The Galaxy Tab 3 family has already been available for a few weeks now. But the 7-incher has just hit the FCC with AT&T LTE. So we could be seeing some LTE versions of Samsung's "mid-range" specced Galaxy Tab 3 lineup. I wonder how well it'll compete in price to the Nexus 7 LTE?

MetroPCS Brings Coverage to 15 new markets



T-Mobile has been merged with MetroPCS for all of 3 months and they have already nearly doubled their coverage. Bringing MetroPCS coverage into about 15 new markets as of today. They are also unveiling a new plan and some new smartphones.

"We've been beating our no-contract competitors hands-down for value, and now, with the strength of the T-Mobile 4G network behind us, that lead is only going to grow," said Tom Keys, MetroPCS COO and executive vice president. "We're setting a blazing fast trail and, with our retail partners, will compete aggressively with our '$40, period' rate plan to win over consumers one-by-one."

New Nexus 7 Kind of Available at Staples



Yesterday, Google announced the new Nexus 7. They also announced that it would be available at many retailers this year instead of just a few. It also looks like both versions are available at retailers now as the 16GB and 32GB have appeared on Staples website, but they are currently out of stock…until July 30th.

Rockstar Puts their Android and iOS Games on sale


Rockstar has slashed the prices of their Grand Theft Auto games and Max Payne for a limited time. This is for both Android and iOS.

  • Grand Theft Auto III â€" $4.99 â†' $2.99
  • Grand Theft Auto: Vice City â€" $4.99 â†' $2.99
  • Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars â€" $4.99 â†' $2.99
  • Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars HD â€" $4.99 â†' $2.99
  • Max Payne Mobile â€" $2.99 â†' $1.99

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