The AH Show was a blast this week. We got a surprise visit from Chris, and we also talked about a bunch of news and hardware stuff, and some pretty cool things happening with software and apps too. Google sold Motorola to Lenovo. They also signed a patent deal with Samsung and got Samsung to agree to stop making TouchWiz horrible. Microsoft finally announced their new CEO. Amazon and Samsung are discounting some of their hardware. The rumored red Nexus 5 is finally available for purchase, as is the LG G Flex. Koush's AllCast app has Chromecast support again thanks to Google opening the Chromecast SDK to developers. All that and more will be discussed on the AH Show this week.
Here is some of what we talked about:
Satya Nadella to replace Steve Ballmer as Microsoft's new CEO
FCC chair doubts that a T-Mobile/Sprint deal will get approved
Amazon is discounting the Kindle Fire HDX for Valentine's DayAdvertisement
Samsung announces Unpacked 5, presumably to unveil the Galaxy S5
Samsung is discounting the Galaxy Gear. Possible replacement coming at their Unpacked Event on the 24th?
Red Nexus 5 arrives in the Play Store in time for Valentine's DayAdvertisement
LG G Flex available for purchase at AT&T
New ASUS Chromebox available for $179
Google opens up the Chromecast SDK to developersAdvertisement
AllCast gets Chromecast support again
NBC Olympic highlights app will keep you up to date with the Winter Olympics
The T-Mobile Moto X is getting a KitKat soak test. Verizon's Moto G is getting its KitKat update tooAdvertisement
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