I know that many of you will spend your weekend in front of as many TVs as possible so that you don’t miss an ounce of NCAA tourney action, but just in case you slip away for a minute, feel free to catch up on anything that may have snuck by you this week in the world of Android.
We pushed out the DL Show episode 20 (always a great time), showed off an exclusive first look at the new Google Play version 4.0, talked about HTC One delays, covered all sorts of new updates for Verizon phones, took a quick glance at Google Keep, and wondered if Motorola will give us customizable phones some time later this year.
- Watch: Droid Life Show Episode 20 [Subscribe]
- Exclusive: First look at Google Play version 4.0.
- Hands-on: Google’s new note app, Keep.
- US launch of HTC One delayed till end of April.
- Motorola’s Guy Kawasaki hints at customizable phones.
- All sorts of new Motorola device codenames revealed.
- RAZR HD and RAZR MAXX HD updates rolled out this week.
- Android 4.2.2 rolled out for the Galaxy Nexus.
- Schmidt says Android and Chrome will remain separate.
- Google smartwatch being developed by the Android team?
- Will Google finally release a unified chat service?
- Verizon Android updates: Giving credit where it’s due.
- Galaxy Note 3 to be debuted at IFA 2013?
- Samsung Galaxy S4 mini spotted in the wild.
- Question: Would you buy a phone that had no developer support?
- NVIDIA showed new Tegra roadmap with Tegra 5 and 6.
- Minuum looks like a promising new idea and keyboard.
Have a safe weekend, folks!