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We step a little off the reservation for a few minutes this week, discussing the controversial "right to be forgotten" law that's got Google removing search results — and setting a dangerous precedent in the process. Plus, plenty more on Android Wear and the launch of the LG G3. Join us!
Thing 1: Even more on Android Wear
- Android Wear software review
- The LG G Watch review
- The Samsung Gear Live review
- How to change the strap on your Android Wear watch
- Tracking steps with Android Wear
- LG G Watch gets first Android Wear custom ROM
- Google pushes workaround to enable paid apps on Android Wear
- Hacking Android Wear: What you can do — and if you should do it at all
- This week's sidebar poll: Who is waiting for the Moto 360?
Thing 2: The LG G3, finally
- LG G3 now available from Sprint
- LG G3 launches on AT&T, Sprint begins taking pre-orders
- LG's smart keyboard for the G3 gets smarter with latest update
- Verizon finally announces availability for the LG G3
Thing 3: Chromecast and other Google apps updates
- Proper screen mirroring via Chromecast now working on stock Android devices, others with updated app
- How to mirror your Android screen with Chromecast
- Google Camera update brings Android Wear remote trigger
- Gmail update brings better Drive sharing
- Closed captioning support now available for Chromecast
- Google Play edition phone selection dwindles to three
Thing 4: Other odds and ends
- Acer refreshes C720 Chromebook with Intel Core i3, 32GB storage
- HTC adds themes to its Dot View Case
- TSA will check to see if your device turns on for international, U.S.-bound flights
- Searching for the right balance
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