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Just a little bit of news this week. Nexus 7, Android 4.3 — and we break the news of the Moto X event live on air. So, ya know, slow podcast and all that. Plus, frown at the U.S. carriers' idea of a good deal, and we take some more of your questions. Join us!
Thing 1: What Google's up to
- Android 4.3 build for Nexus 4 leaks
- Android 4.3 on the Nexus 4: A second look at the next version of Android
- Exclusive first look: Pics and video of the new Nexus 7
- Nexus 7 sequel pricing leaks - 16GB for $229, 32GB for $269
- Google schedules Android event for July 24
- The new Google Play store design is now on the web, too
- The new Google Play: We've come a long way, baby
Thing 2: Verizon and the Droid Ultra; Moto X is nigh
- Verizon holding event in NYC on July 23
- Larry Page on the Moto X: 'I'm very excited'
- Motorola posts picture of Moto X being made in Texas plant
- Memo pegs US Cellular's Moto X launch for Aug. 26
Thing 3: HTC One Mini is here
- HTC One Mini hands-on preview
- In pictures: The HTC One Mini
- By the numbers: HTC One Mini versus HTC One
- HTC One Mini official specs
- HTC One Mini UK availability and pricing [Updated]
Thing 4: Really bad ideas?
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