I know that the only thing on your mind right now is how many melt-your-brain-hot wings you will consume on Sunday after an 18-pack of Busch Light, but there were actually a ton of major Android stories from the past week that you should catch up on. From a potentially real first look at the new HTC flagship, to all sorts of Galaxy S6 rumors, to big changes in Google Now, to the network-switching-awesomeness that could be Google’s wireless service, we talked about it all. Oh, we also sat down for a DL Show on Friday.
To catch up, run through the quick-hitter list below!
- Watch: The Droid Life Show – Episode 76 [Subscribe]
- Big Deal: Google Now cards will now show info from 3rd party apps.
- This is more than likely the new HTC One (M9).
- Unboxing: Dell Venue 8 7000.
- Galaxy S6: New materials, innovative design | Less bloat | No Snapdragon 810.
- Be True: Google’s Wireless service will switch between networks on the fly.
- Free: Google Earth Pro for all.
- HTC won’t make its 90-day window for Lollipop updates.
- App to Check Out: Microsoft Outlook | Seene
- Android 5.0.2 factory images finally show up for mobile Nexus 7 models.
- Chromecast was the number 1 streaming device in the US in 2014.
- Weird: Will Microsoft really invest in Cyanogen?
- Verizon is raising activation and upgrade fees to $40.
- Google Fiber confirmed and official for four new markets.
Do the right thing this weekend, cheer for the Patrihawks.