The Android Headlines Show is back again this week! We'll be live at 8:30pm ET via Hangouts On Air. Tonight we're talking about the HTC One (2014). A lot. 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 evening. Come hang out with us!
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 warAdvertisement
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 specsAdvertisement
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 soonAdvertisement
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