Nov 4th, 2011

Here at Phandroid, sometimes so much news comes our way that it would be impossible to write it all up. Other times, some articles just didn’t make the cut. For everything else, there is the Android Overload. These are the stories that didn’t quite make it onto our front page but we still felt deserved a final once over. Let’s hope the links play well tonight. Have at it!

  • Sprint CEO Dan Hesse speaks at developers conference. “We’re going to do what it takes.” [AllThingsD]
  • Google changes search ranking algorithm. Moves back towards real-time search. [RWW]
  • Groupon raises $700 million in biggest internet IPO since Google. [Reuters]
  • Alcatel One Touch 995 to launch with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich? [PhoneArena]
  • LG wants to secure $947.3 million to invest in smartphones. [WSJ]
  • Google possibly exploring the idea of traditional cable TV using Google Fiber. [WSJ]