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A lot has happened since we’ve last seen and talked to each other last Friday. Motorola announced the dirt-cheap Moto G, which might not have the flagship specs of the Nexus 5, but it tries to deliver the same pure-Android experience, at an even better, lower price-point.

Then there was the Android 4.4 KitKat update which was pushed out to Nexus tablets (though our own 2012 Nexus 7 didn’t yet receive it) sans the Google Experience Launcher, and Nokia is continuing to release hardware, like the Lumia 1520, and 2520. Then there’s the “real” “banana phone”, the LG G Flex.

These are our topics for today’s installment of the Live show. We can, of course, talk about anything else, really. It’s up to you, as long as you join us for our usual weekly casual time. Today, Friday, November 29, 10:00 AM EDT (click for your own time zone).


Your hosts

Anton D. Nagy, Managing Editor, Romania: Follow him on TwitterFacebook, or Google+
Joe Levi, Senior Editor, USA: Follow him on Twitter, or Google+
Stephen Schenck, Chief News Editor, USA: Follow him on Twitter, or Google+


Live broadcast

Live broadcast of Pocketnow Live will appear here. Recording will remain within this post.

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