We saw a lot of things go down today, from rumored new Android cameras to another blow up about malware, to spectrum talk from the FCC. That means it's just another day in the exciting world of Android. We know it's hard to keep up with it all, so here's a recap of today's news.
Apps and updates
- Google's Field Trip app now available in the UK
- Mysms now available in a tablet-optimized version
- Google Music scan and match feature now live in the US
- Google Play Books updated with new 'Read Aloud' feature and pinch to zoom
- Paypal update brings landscape support and payment preferences
- USAA Mobile adds Jelly Bean fixes and account funding options
Hardware and industry news
- LG Spectrum 2 review
- Sony Xperia 'Yuga' prototype gets unofficial preview
- AT&T 4G LTE launches in several new cities
- Samsung announces 5-inch mid range Galaxy Grand
- Polaroid rumored to be working on Android-powered camera with interchangeable lenses
- FCC publishes AWS-H Block spectrum auction rules
- Sprint adds new LTE cities in Indiana, California, Pennsylvania and Puerto Rico
- Sprint shuts down 'Upgrade Now' program ... for now
- Samsung extended battery for Galaxy S3 up for pre-order, 3000mAh for £40
- Samsung stops injunction requests in several European countries
- Huawei set to launch 5 inch, 1080p D2 at CES
- The SpamSoldier SMS botnet: What you need to know
- NVIDIA Tegra 4 details leak
- Samsung planning new red versions of Galaxy Tab 2 and Galaxy Note 10.1
- AT&T acquires spectrum in WCS and AWS bands from four companies
Editorial content and kick ass contests
- Ask AC: How do you keep up with all the CyanogenMod updates?
- Day 2 of the Nexus 7-a-day giveaway going strong in the forums
- Reminder: Cast Your Votes in the 2012 Android Central Community Awards!
- China absolutely loves Android
See everyone tomorrow!