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This week there was a lot to talk about. We covered the Nexus 5 and some Android 4.4 Kit Kat rumors, CyanogenMod partnering with Oppo to release their custom ROM on the new N1 flagship, and some business moves by Asus, Acer, and Blackberry. We celebrated the 5th anniversary of the Google G1 being released on T-Mobile and talked about Samsung’s move towards 64-bit processing. You can find all of the show notes and links below, as well as links to the podcast on iTunes and RSS. What are you waiting for? Hit subscribe and make sure to tune in live every week for the Android Headlines Show!
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Here are links to the stories that we talked about on this week’s Android Headlines Show:
- Android 4.4 Kit Kat rumored to be launching in October
- Here’s what we can expect in Android 4.4 Kit Kat
- Android/Google G1 turns 5
- BlackBerry enters into agreement to be purchased by investment firm, BBM rollout halted because of leaked Android version, overloaded servers
- Asus and Acer could be merging
- CyanogenMod is a company now
- Nexus 5 benchmarks
- Moto X camera gets big fixes
- Oppo N1 with CyanogenMod announced
- Oppo N1 Camera samples Surface
- HTC One Max camera and fingerprint scanner
- Sony Xperia Z2 rumors before Z1 even launches
- Samsung 64-bit processor almost ready
- LG G2 review