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We now return you to your regularly scheduled Android Central Podcast, where we finally put CES 2012 behind us and look ahead to Mobile World Congress, talk some in-car Android wishes, figure out what's wrong with Lightsquared -- and answer a few of your e-mails and voicemails. Join us!
Thing 1: CES recap
Thing 2: 11 billion downloads, Google Wallet still alive
- Google: Quarter-billion Android devices worldwide, 11 billion downloads
- Google: We will continue to invest in Google Wallet
Thing 3: Ice Cream Sandwich updates
- Ice Cream Sandwich for the Motorola Xoom appears to be rolling out now to everyone
- The complete Motorola Xoom Wifi Ice Cream Sandwich changelog
Thing 4: Other random stuff
- HTC confirms it's pulling Carrier IQ from Sprint ROMs in future updates
- LightSquared claims government testing 'rigged' by GPS industry insiders
- Android A to Z
- Calling all Developers: Want to create the next generation of the Android Central App?
- Editorial: Everybody always is working on better battery life
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