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Now if you knew anything about my music choices, you’d know that I listen to pretty much anything sans Country music ( I just could never get the hang of it), but there’s a special place in my eardrums for EDM music. I love starting my day with a bass-pumping setlist or listening to some chill brostep when I’m writing. Google has thus effectively made my day with their latest “Free Album of the Week.”
It’s still the beginning of the year for us and we want to start the revamping of this site off right, so we’ve decided to bookmark all of our links in one post so you can find #Android and its members easily.
We’ll try to keep the list updated with any new social outlets we adopt, as well as any new members we pick up along the way. This way no matter your outlet, you’ll be able to get some #Android in your life!
The DROID brand deserves the majority of credit for the amount of early success that the Android operating system had in 2009 and 2010. From the original Motorola DROID to the original DROID Incredible, this was the brand of phones that people flocked to if they wanted a phone outside of the iPhone, not just because of a great marketing campaign, but because these were top of the line phones. Ask most of the readers on this site which phone got them started on Android, and you shouldn’t be surprised to hear them say, “The OG DROID.” It’s an iconic phone that helped launch Android to the top.
As I watching one of my favorite podcasts the other day, they began discussing news of Google’s MVNO (aka. Nova) surfacing and it got me thinking about how bad I would want to use Nova (have I told you that I am a Google enthusiast and that they could never do wrong by me?).
The guys in the podcast were throwing around ideas about how Google would run Nova: whether they would try to have unlimited data plans like Sprint or if they would use limited data plans but exclude certain services (such as Play Services) from counting towards your data allotment.
According to a respected source of ours, Best Buy retailers have begun receiving the Nexus Player and are now selling them both in-store and online.
You’ll notice the online site has yet to be updated to reflect the new inventory but reports reveal the price of the Player to be the same $99.99 we’re used to seeing in the Play Store. As an added bonus (or waste of money) Best Buy is also giving customer’s a chance to purchase Best Buy’s Geek Squad warranty in case anything should go wrong.