Droid Daily 7/9/13: Yahoo! Mail, SanDisk, Sprint, HTC One and More


HTC One Hits Amazon for $49.99

On Tuesday, Amazon put the price for the AT&T and Sprint HTC One down to $49.99 for new customers. That's a pretty decent price for one of the hottest smartphones of 2013. If you're looking to grab the HTC One from either AT&T or Sprint, this is probably the best deal you'll get.

SanDisk Announces World's Fastest 64GB MicroSDXC Card



Today, SanDisk announced the world's fastest 64GB MicroSD card. Just how fast is it? Well it reached speeds of 80MB/second and writing at 50MB/second. Not to bad for a microSD card right?

Most high-end smartphones are now driven by high-speed quad-core processors, which deliver Full HD content and applications to large, high-resolution external displays. Such applications require high memory bandwidth which is ideal for the SanDisk Extreme microSDXC card, the world's fastest microSDXC memory solution.

Sprint is now 100% owner of Clearwire



Today, Sprint finally become 100% owner of Clearwire, they bought them for about $5 per share. Which isn't a bad price. They announced earlier this morning that now own Clearwire and their deal with Softbank is going through later this week.

Yahoo! Mail updates to add Dropbox Attachment integration

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On Tuesday, Dropbox announced a bunch of cool new features and talked about the future of the company and service. They also announced they are now integrated with a few more apps. Including Yahoo! Mail for Android. Here's the full Changelog from Google Play:


What's in this version:

New in 2.5.2:
– Notification setting will now save properly
– Performance & stability improvements
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