Back on schedule this week after TechCrunch Disrupt, me and Chris Velazco catch you up on the latest in Android news. We’re somewhat distracted by another mobile operating system that has some news this week, but we get ourselves under control pretty quick.
The Nvidia Tegra Note is a reference tablet design that the company is saying could retail for $199 and boast some decent specs, and there’s Cyanogen’s big raise and news that they’ll offer their software conversion tool in the Google Play store. Also the Nexus 4 looks perhaps permanently sold out ahead of a Nexus 5 unveiling, and Jolla reveals it goes both ways with Android.
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