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Phil and Andrew are joined by JR Raphael for more on the Android 4.4.1 update of the Nexus 5, we've got the LG G Flex in house, and a whole bunch of your questions.
Thing 1: Android 4.4.1 and the Nexus 5
- Android 4.4.1 update coming with Nexus 5 camera fixes [update]
- Android 4.4.1 update for Nexus 5 now live
- From the forums: What's new in Android 4.4.1?
- Android 4.4.1 arriving on more Nexus devices
Thing 2: The LG G Flex
- LG G Flex preview
- LG: Nearly half of all smartphones will be curved, bendable by end of decade
- Hands-on with the LG G Flex
- LG G Flex availability dates announced for Singapore and Hong Kong
Thing 3: The Qualcomm Toq
Other odds and ends
- JR Raphael on the Moto G
- Moto G versus Moto X
- Moto G versus Nexus 4
- Moto G Flip Shell review
- Good read: Andy Rubin now heading up Google's robotic moonshot
- HTC and Verizon confirm Droid DNA Android 4.2.2 update
- Coming up at CES 2014: Android Central, Mobile Nations and Geek Beat join forces!
- Google Play Music updated with SD card cache support
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