By Jaime Rivera | November 19, 2011 10:40 AM
Watch this week’s Android Revolution as we go through what’s hot and what’s not inside the world of Google’s Android project. We begin today’s show by talking about Google Music and the reason why you should give it a try. We later cover the approval by Motorola Stock Holders for the merger with Google and what this could mean for you as a customer. We later go through the release of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, and the first impressions on the device. In this week’s rumors we go through the new Motorola Driod Xyboard line-up coming to Verizon, the HTC Quattro Quad-core tablet, and more. We end the Hot section with our week’s coverage of the Amazon Kindle Fire and how to root it.
What’s not hot this week is something you should watch out if you use a Samsung Android smartphone. It seems that the AccuWeather application is actively sharing your location without your consent, so watch the video as we show you how to deactivate it.
All this and more after the break.
List of HTC Devices Getting Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich: http://bit.ly/sYDrCv
Motorola DROID XYBOARD Pictured For Verizon: http://bit.ly/vNIj8Q
HTC Quattro: Quad-Core Tablet Fully Revealed (Image): http://bit.ly/tbsbpX
LG Majestic on US Cellular: First Press Shot: http://bit.ly/vbH6tW
Full Motorola Droid RAZR Coverage: http://bit.ly/vctLc8