The Android Headlines Show is back again this week! We'll be live at 8:30pm ET. We've got a lot to cover. We'll be wrapping up Mobile World Congress a bit. Then we're looking forward to HTC's new phone announcement on the 25th. The device leaked in an online video, then the video was pulled. Verizon announced some new prepaid plans. The Oppo Find 7 is shaping up to be a monster of a smartphone. Samsung announced the faux leather-wrapped Chromebook 2. There's a bunch more stuff we'll be talking about, too. We'd love for you to ask us some questions. Come hang out with us tonight!
Here is the agenda for this evening:
Mercedes wants to put Android in its cars
Google Docs is getting voice-text dictation support
Verizon announces new prepaid plans with rollover dataAdvertisement
Ring is a gesture-based wearable that lets you control your devices with your finger
Oppo Find 7 coming in 2K and 1080p variants
Oppo Find 7 to have a 50-megapixel cameraAdvertisement
HTC One M8 gets shown off in 12 minute video, video is pulled, man-hunt begins for the uploader
HTC shows off the All New HTC One name
Samsung announces the Chromebook 2, complete with faux-leatherAdvertisement
4.4 KitKat leaks for the AT&T LG Optimus G Pro
T-Mobile LG G2 gets KitKat
Google releases their Goo.gl link shortener as an appAdvertisement
Xperia Z2 firmware dump makes its way into developer's hands
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