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We've got our full reviews of the LG G3 — so ... many pixels ... — and the OnePlus One out the door. Plus we've go the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active here for some fun, we'll give our take on Apple's latest innovations, and we'll answer your questions live. Come join us!
(PS: If you're looking for Friday's Google I/O entry contest, it's in the podcast. Have a listen!)
Thing 1: Android 4.4.3
- Google releases Android 4.4.3 factory images for Nexus devices
- Check out the indecipherable changelog for Android 4.4.3 and see what's new
- Motorola pushing Android 4.4.3 starting today!
- Motorola's Droid family to skip straight to Android 4.4.3 update
- Android 4.4.3 OTA updates hitting Nexus and GPe devices [Updated]
- Latest Android platform version numbers show KitKat on the rise, Honeycomb finally gone
Thing 2: It's a major review!
Thing 3: Other schtuff
- Amazon's phone likely June 18
- New Google Play Store greatly simplifies permissions
- The HTC One E8 brings plastic to a mostly familiar experience
- Samsung and Barnes & Noble team up for Galaxy Tab 4 Nook
- Apple invents Google Voice with OS X 10.10 Yosemite
- Apple finally allows third-party keyboards for iOS
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