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We've got the full crew here, back on the proper YouTube channel, and ready to break down the week that was — including the to-do over KitKat and SD cards, all the latest leakage on the new HTC One, plus more of your questions, answered live! Join us!
Thing 1: All the news that's fit to leak
- The new HTC One: What we're expecting
- New HTC One packaging, specs revealed as Verizon model apparently sold on eBay
- More new HTC One features and specs leak out
- Aussie leak explains HTC One's new 'Duo Camera,' outs Sense 6.0
- HTC M8 leakage continues with new photos and video
- T-Mobile will only sell 16GB Galaxy S5 in stores
- Purported specs for Google's smartwatch leak
- Leaked benchmark info suggests Galaxy S5 Zoom being prepped
- Amazon game controller appears in leaked images
Thing 2: Google updates all the things
- Google Play Store 4.6.16 now rolling out with new password options, batch app installing
- Sprint launches own-branded prepaid plans, offers 2.5GB high-speed data for $60
- Google updates the Chromecast app
- Google pushes minor updates to a handful of apps
- What is 'Dogfooding'?
- Google slashes prices for Google Drive storage; 100GB now $1.99 a month
- Cheap Cloud Storage — which one saves you the most?
Thing 3: Other stuff
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