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The HTC One M8 is now running Windows Phone, Uber's API may see it come to all the apps, we break down the latest FUD of the week, and we edge ever close to the release of the Moto 360, and Motorola's next smartphones. Plus, where we stand with the next Nexus, and we answer your questions live!
Thing 1: The HTC One M8 now runs Windows Phone
- Verizon-exclusive HTC One M8 with Windows Phone is official
- Verizon gets its HTC Ones confused in new commercial
Thing 2: Last week's FUD scare
Thing 3: Uber in all the things
Thing 4: Other stuff
- Another Android 'fragmentation' report misses the point
- Flappy Bird developer returns with new frustrating game Swing Copters
- LG bringing L Fino and L Bello to IFA, targeted at teens and emerging markets
- Verizon said to be taking on Google Play with its own misguided app store
- Everything you need to know about Android and Wifi
- 'Moto X+1' leaks again ahead of Motorola event on Sept. 4th
- Coin, the one credit card to rule them all, now available for backers, sort of
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