Mar, 14 2013

The Android Overload is where we stash all of the stories/articles/news bits that didn’t make it onto our front page (sometimes for more obvious reasons than others, ie., it’s not technically Android related). In any case, 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 any gems.

  • Working for T-Mobile can more dangerous than you’d think. Car plows through T-Mobile retail store. [Google+]
  • Square Enix brings Mini Ninjas and Chaos Rings 2 to the Google Play Store.
  • Google Shopping adds Product Listing Ads on smartphones. Clearly lists paid ads as “sponsored.” [TNW]
  • Google acquires Neural Network startup from the Department of Computer Science, University of Toronto to help improve speech and image recognition. [BGR]
  • Samsung’s ITC complaint against Apple gets pushed back to May 31st. [Electronista]
  • Angry Birds Seasons adds 8 new levels, and powerups like the Homing Bird. Gotta keep things fresh, I guess. [Google Play]
  • Apple’s Phil Schiller attacks Android on Samsung Galaxy S4 Eve. Makes comments on Android’s fragmentation woes, as well as calling Android “a free replacement for a feature phone.” Touts more customers switch from Android to the iPhone than vice versa. I would like to forward Mr. Schiller to my post from earlier today. [Reuters, TheVerge]