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The Droid Life Show: Episode 27

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It’s that time again, time for the DL crew to join forces live on air and produce another episode of the Droid Life Show. It’s episode 27 tonight! Topics will include the new Gmail, more thoughts on the “Nexus experience” program, confirmation from Verizon that they are indeed carrying the HTC One, Vine for Android, the lack of an Android 4.3 release, and more. Be sure to join live! If you can’t, there are plenty of ways to subscribe to the fun.

The show kicks off around 6:00PM Pacific (9:00PM Eastern). A live video broadcast and chat are embedded below. 

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  • Derek Duncan

    I use the Social/Promo tabs in Gmail

  • Silver Veloz

    Hey now! Why are you hating on the Droid Bionic and Lapdock. Have you even revisited The Bionic or the Lapdock since Jelly Bean? I was just using the Lapdock on vacation this past weekend and several people watched me dock the phone into it and said what did you just do. I showed them and it’s always the same response as others “Can my phone do that?” Yes, 4.1.2 is the end of Jelly Bean and upgrades, but this phone has come a long way and is still able to do things relevent to the conversations of today (The new Gmail, The new Google Keyboard, etc). I am also waiting on what the Moto X will be. Thanks for another fine episode of Droid Life.

  • Neil Fujiwara

    http://www.cnn.com/2013/06/05/politics/nsa-verizon-records/index.html?hpt=hp_t1 I wonder if you guys had a chance to discuss. While this is a VZW issue, this is a droid site…

  • tomn1ce

    Jlo is going to open a Viva Mobil inside the Samsung Galaxy Experience inside of BestBuy…..lol

  • KidFlash1904

    Yes I’m due for an upgrade soon! (Droid Bionic owner) indecisive between google edition GS4 and HTC One :D

    • Silver Veloz

      I’m in the same situation as you. I’m curious about the Moto X also. But still pretty content with the Bionic with Jelly Bean (for now).

  • fartbubbler

    Tom Petty says, the waiting is the hardest part.