The AH Show is back on the air tonight at 8:30pm ET. It's the holidays, and that means sales. Motorola's Cyber Monday sale on the Moto X ended as poorly as it began; their servers were overloaded and very few people could place orders. Huawei is leaving the U.S. wireless market after continued spying accusations. Google's floating barges are in the news again but we still don't know what they are. Nike is blaming everyone but themselves for the FuelBand not having Android support. That's just some of what we'll be covering tonight. Come hang out with us!
Here's the agenda for this week's Android Headlines Show:
Motorola's Cyber Monday deal on the Moto X failed miserably. They are are moving that sale to tomorrow and next Monday instead
Huawei is exiting the US market following slow sales and spying accusations
HTC's November revenues decline 27% year-over-yearAdvertisement
Google Barges; what the heck are these?
Amazon wants to deliver your packages via automated drones
Samsung may be working on a Galaxy Note 3 Lite. Isn't that just the Galaxy Mega?Advertisement
Nike sucks and is shifting blame for why the Fuelband doesn't have Android support
Software and Apps
AllCast Beta lands in the Play Store but gets pulled pretty quickly
Samsung's new Galaxy "comfort zone" patentAdvertisement
CM 10.2 has been released for all supported devices
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