The AH Show is back on the air tonight at 8:30pm ET. This week we're going to be talking about quite a bit of news. The Nexus 5 and KitKat have been out for almost two weeks. Our review of both is up, you'll want to make sure to check those out. Also, we're giving away a Nexus 5 in partnership with SnapPea! We'll also be talking about Tizen, the other open source operating system that lots of companies are showing interest in. Motomaker.com is open to all 4 major U.S. carriers, the Moto G is going to be announced soon, and so much more. Come hang out with us tonight!
Here's what we're planning on talking about on the show this week:
Our Nexus 5 review is up. This thing is nice.
We're also giving away a Nexus 5! You know you want to win one.
Tizen is starting to see some major backing. The open source OS is getting support from 36 new companies.Advertisement
MotoMaker.com is now open to Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile customers in addition to AT&T.
Moto G specs leak out. This is the kid brother to the Moto X.
The successor to the HTC One, the HTC M8 is rumored to be coming in the first quarter of 2014.Advertisement
Apps and Software
Google Music can be sideloaded on Glass.
Google Music is also launching on Glass in the near future.
KitKat is on its way to some of our favorite ROMs. CyanogenMod, AOKP, Paranoid Android, and others will be seeing Android 4.4. updates soon.Advertisement
Dalvik vs ART. What is the difference and why does it matter to users?
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