The Android Headlines podcast is ready for your ears. This week we’re talking about the HTC One (2014). This thing has leaked all over the internet in the past week. Also, someone is suing Google because their child spent $65 on in-app purchases, AT&T is dropping prices to compete with T-Mobile while Verizon watches from the sidelines. The LG G3 could be water- and dust- resistant, and Google announced a new SDK for wearable devices.
Here is the agenda for this week’s show:
- Class action lawsuit brought against Google after child makes $65 in-app purchase
- AT&T drops the cost of their plans by $15 a month
- Verizon says they are going to just watch the AT&T/T-Mobile war
- Verizon doesn’t want to get rid of phone subsidies
- HTC One (2014) leaks. All the leaks! At a tennis match. Duo camera. Wireless charging. New hands-on video. Compared to the One Max. Flip covers. Benchmarks
- Nexus 8 tablet could be powered by an Intel chip
- Oppo Find 7 photos and specs
- LG G3 could be water- and dust-resistant
- GamingCast brings retro games to your TV on Chromecast
- Google announces SDK for wearables, to be available soon
Here’s a live stream for the podcast, and the video from last night’s Hangout:
And audio stream:
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