This Week in the Life of Droid: 1/31/2014

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It was a major week in the world of Android, as Google announced its plans to sell off Motorola to the Chinese-based Lenovo company. No real idea as to what Lenovo intends to do with Motorola, but until the deal goes through with approvals, it’s business as usual. We have an AT&T LG G Flex in the house, which we did a hands-on with, so you can expect to see a full review for that phone next week. In other big news, Samsung and Google struck a deal, one which might involve Samsung axing its own proprietary software suite, but full details are scarce.

More news popped up regarding HTC’s next flagship, as it is being reported that the device will feature on-screen buttons; a true first for the company which has always been keen on capacitive touch buttons. To top off a great week, we also took a tour of a local wood cover company’s factory called Toast, here in Portland. They are doing great work, so definitely give that a read.

Here are the highlights if you missed them.

Have a great weekend, folks!



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