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We're back with a hodgepodge of Android news from the past week, including an expansion for Chromecast, a red Nexus 5, more of what we expect from Mobile World Congress — plus we answer your questions, live!
Thing 1: Devices, devices everywhere
- Sony Xperia Z1 Compact versus Z1
- HTC One, one year on
- LG G Flex (AT&T) review
- Red Nexus 5 unboxing and hands-on
- Pebble Steel retail unboxing and hands-on
- Chromecast reportedly hitting the UK as soon as March 1
- HTC: A wearable device will be here by the Christmas season
- First HTC M8 photo shows dual rear cameras
Thing 2: More things
- Nexus 5 launcher becomes 'Google Now Launcher' after Search update
- NBC News and the bullshit 'ZOMG Sochi Olympics Android hack' story
- Android 4.x now on 78.6% of active devices, KitKat still under 2%
- Beta version of Pebble app with new appstore now available to developers
- Samsung Unpacked 5 (and Galaxy S5, perhaps) coming to Mobile World Congress
- Google Chromecast SDK released to developers, Google Play Services updated as well
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