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Phil and Alex are back from CES in Las Vegas and get grilled incessantly by by Jerry about Sony, NVIDIA and bodies buried in the desert. Plus, Carbon for Android may be back, and we get catch up on some excellent voicemails. Welcome to the Android Central Podcast!
Thing 1: CES postmortum
- Keeping CES in perspective
- Every Android Central CES video in one convenient post
- NVIDIA News Roundup from CES
- Mitts on with the almighty Android oven
- Sony Xperia Z hands-on
Thing 2: Nexus news
- AT&T offering $100 credit for signing 2-year contract with HSPA+ Nexus 7
- Official Nexus 4 wireless charging orb appears at Norwegian retailer, Feb. release slated Nexus 7 docking station seemingly sold out at ASUS UK
- LG Mobile France director talks Nexus 4 supplies, Optimus G Euro launch
- LG Korea: No problems with Nexus 4 supply
- Why the Nexus 4 production rumors were bullshit
Thing 3: Other things
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