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Phil, Andrew and Alex are joined by Russell Holly of Geek.com to see where we stand on the new Nexus stuff, the launch of BBM — Its really great user friendly and smooth! — and we take a slew of questions from the live Q&A. Join us!
Thing 1: Ready or not, here's BBM!
- BBM for Android finally here today ... later ... eventually ... NOW!
- BBM bests 1 million installs in its first day on Android
- Who's using BBM on Android?
- BlackBerry 'aware' of suspect reviews, 'working with Google to resolve this'
- BBM updated to support more devices, doesn't list which ones
Thing 2: Nexus watch 2013
- ... ... ...
Thing 3: Other odds and ends
- Plants vs. Zombies 2 now live in Google Play
- Call of Duty: Strike Team now available - latest postmodern war shooter is $6.99
- Custom Moto X now $99.99 from Moto Maker site
- Is T-Mobile starting to offer free tethering on prepaid plans?
- Samsung hit with fine in Taiwan, probe into failing devices in China
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