Jul, 19 2012

Looks like you’ve made it to another episode of the Android Overload. This is the place where we stash all of the interesting gems from around the web that we’ve come across throughout our day. But, for various reasons (some more obvious than others) these didn’t quite make it onto our front page. Before these almosts get tossed into the abyss that is the internets, we figured we’d let you guys give ’em a final look. Have at it.

  • Paragon NTFS & HFS now available. Easily mount hard drives to your Android device (root users). [Play Store]
  • Skyhook releases SDK for Android developers. Touts “always on” battery friendly persistent location. [GigaOM]
  • Android is the go-to platform for mobile ads. Bests iOS. [TechCrunch]
  • YouTube features new face-blurring technology to protect identities. [YouTube]
  • Google Fiber launching July 26th in Kansas City. [Google Fiber]
  • ARCHOS 97 Carbon exposed in FCC filing. [Engadget]
  • HTC Aria receives early Ice Cream Sandwich port. [XDA]
  • 64GB Samsung Galaxy S3 coming end of this year. [TheVerge]
  • T-Mobile’s job cuts resulted in moving jobs abroad instead. [Bloomberg]

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