We're back again tonight! The Android Headlines Show is live (almost) every week on Tuesday at 830pm EDT. We will cover the latest Android news, hardware, apps and rumors. The cast of the Android Headlines Show will probably rotate every week, with myself and Nick hosting the party. We'll always have a fresh take on what's going on in the world of Android, Google, and tech in general. Whether it's a slow news week or there's more news than we can cover, we want to discuss what's new and what's important to you. Here's what is on the agenda for this week.
Radio Shack Oct 4th
AT&T Oct 4thAdvertisement
T-Mobile/Sprint Oct 2nd
Verizon Oct 10th?
Sony expects to sell 65 million Xperia phones. Can they do it?Advertisement
The HTC Butterfly II is coming in multiple colors. Unfortunately, we're not likely to see them in the US.
Apps and Gaming
Samsung Wallet is going international. How does it compare to Google Wallet and the ISIS Mobile Wallet?Advertisement
Gmail gets updated to v4.6. Google is pushing the card-style UI to all of their apps, slowly but surely.
Google fixes big Hangouts bug. This was a pretty big deal.
That's what we're planning on discussing this evening. We could get de-railed, but whatever happens, it's sure to be fun.
We want to make sure that we are talking about things that matter to you. If there's something you would like to see us talk about, or if there's something major that we missed this week (we're only human), drop us a line in the comments. We have fun with the Android Headlines Show, but we're here for you. Let us know what you want to hear!