Nov 21st, 2012 publishUpdated   Nov 28th, 2012, 5:19 pm

  • CyanogenMod tinkering around with Android 4.2 source. Progress is being made, but it’s far from complete. [Google+]
  • Samsung’s pumping out more Nexus 10’s. Both storage options now available in the Play Store. [Google Play]
  • Android 4.2 factory images now available for Yakju Galaxy Nexus models. [Google Developers]
  • Mimic a Windows Phone 8 homescreen on your Android device using a handful of apps. [WinSource]
  • Google TV gets gesture controls using a hacked Kinect. Pretty neat stuff. [GigaOM]
  • United States Department of Justice wants more info from MetroPCS on their proposed T-Mobile merger. [Engadget]
  • HTC DNA no longer supported using official HTCDev bootloader unlocking tool. [XDA]
  • First casualty from Twitter’s new 3rd party policy: Tweetlanes development ceases. [Google+]
  • Another Android 4.2 bug rears its head. Vibration settings are wonky. [Google Forum]
  • Samsung cooking up new “La Fleur edition” Galaxy S3 for the ladies (or men). [SamMobile]
  • Sony PlayStation Mobile program now open for developers. SDK ready for downloading. [PlayStationBlog]
local_offer    Android Overload