Android Overload: Nokia CEO Says Multi-Core CPUs Hurt Battery Life, Sprint Replacing iDEN with LTE in 2014 and More

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  • Jett Tailfin Racers and Demolition Inc are the newest titles Nvidia Tegra titles to hit the Google Play Store.
  • Samsung may overhaul the Galaxy Note 10.1. The tablet could see a redesign and/or spec increase. [TheVerge]
  • BBM still rumored to arrive on Android. Due out sometime this year. [TechnoBuffalo]
  • Sprint replacing iDEN network for LTE in 2014. [GigaOM]
  • Galaxy S II receiving Android 4.0 update on Vodafone (UK) April 17th. [TheVerge]
  • Nokia CEO says multi-core processors only hurt battery life. [BGR]
  • Pebble e-paper watch exceeds funding goal. Production is set to begin. [Kickstarter]
  • Google Goggles updated with new features to continuous mode. [Play Store Link]

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