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Never mind that the Nexus 4 is finally back on sale, or that HTC's scheduled a bi-continental event for Feb. 29, or that, hell, we've go the Internet's only preview of the Carbon Twitter app. No, this week's big news is that we're finally podcasting via Google Hangout.
Thing 1: The Nexus 4 is back in stock
- Nexus 4 available on U.S. + Canadian Google Play stores
- This is the white Nexus 4
- Android 4.2.1 pushing for the Sprint Galaxy Nexus
- Nexus 4 charging orb listed online for $60, but it's out of stock
Thing 2: This week's awesome apps
Thing 3: Other stuff
- Android and BlackBerry 10: How they stack up
- Google+ app adds new notification tray, links when posting
- HTC hosting events in NYC and London on Feb. 19 - 'M7' on the way?
- HTC 'M7' parts caught on video
- What you need to know about cell phone unlocking
- RUUs, ROMs not the target of takedown, HTC says
- Windows Phone-using Gmailers get a reprieve
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