Android Overload: Jelly Bean now available for Galaxy Note 10.1 and Galaxy Tab 2, LG Optimus G sells 1 million units, and more

The Android Overload is where we stash all of the stories/articles/news bits that didn’t make it onto our front page from throughout the day. But just because they weren’t featured, doesn’t mean they aren’t worth taking a look at. In fact, there’s almost always a little something here for everyone. So, take a look around and let us know if you find anything of interest.

  • Google’s Director of Engineering reveals info on their artificial intelligence project to help computers better understand human language. [ZDNet]
  • AT&T warns of massive Q4 charges to the tune of $10 billion due to pensions and Hurricane Sandy. [Reuters]
  • Android 4.1.2 now rolling out for Galaxy Note 2 users on Telus. Thanks, Jeff! [TelusMobility]
  • Amazon introduces limited ebook rentals for Kindle. [Zatznotfunny]
  • Ikaruga now available for Android devices. $9 price tag will keep many gamers away. [DroidGamers]
  • Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 2 and Galaxy Note 10.1 receive Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. [Samsung]
  • Symphony of the Origin now available in the Play Store for $4. [Google Play]
  • LG sells 1 million LG Optimus G’s worldwide. Not a bad number. [YonhapNews]
  • Carbon Beta 2 now available direct from the developer (ClockworkMod). [Google+]
  • Google Handwrite gets easier and quicker. [Google]
  • CyanogenMod 10.1 nightlies now available for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2. [Google+]
  • Voxer CEO says Facebook cut off their access to Social Graph over competition concerns. [AllThingsD]
  • Sony sells NYC headquarters for $1.1 billion. [BGR]

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