Do you like Android? Do you like multiple people trying to talk at the same time about what’s new in the Android world? I thought so. This week’s edition of the TechCrunch Droidcast is just a little more raucous than usual since Darrell and I aren’t arguing amongst ourselves — TC family members Natasha Lomas and Greg Kumparak joined us from London and California respectively to dig into ‘Droid.
The docket this week is a pretty focused one: we four nerds explore the newly-announced Moto G and what it means for the rest of the companies churning out cheap Android phones, along with CyanogenMod’s first big push into the limelight with its new installer apps. Naturally, there’s very little we can agree on, but I like to think that’s just part of our charm. Enjoy!
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