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Not your average Android news -- a diverse mix of advice, insight, and analysis with veteran Android journalist JR Raphael. Try it with margarine for a low-cal treat!

Some of them are better than others, to be sure. And most have gotten a little less bad over the years -- almost even bordering on the point of "not too terrible," in some cases. But by and large, carriers are right up there with airlines in terms of the levels of warm-and-fuzzy feelings they inspire (not to mention the number of absurd surcharges they tack on at every possible turn).

The smaller-fry prepaid carriers provide a great way to skirt the sky-high bills and sneaky fees that tend to come with big carrier territory, but they're often accompanied by their own sets of compromises -- things like restrictions on hotspot use and a second-level-of-hell-caliber customer service experience.

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Not your average Android news -- a diverse mix of advice, insight, and analysis with veteran Android journalist JR Raphael. Try it with margarine for a low-cal treat!

Some of them are better than others, to be sure. And most have gotten a little less bad over the years -- almost even bordering on the point of "not too terrible," in some cases. But by and large, carriers are right up there with airlines in terms of the levels of warm-and-fuzzy feelings they inspire (not to mention the number of absurd surcharges they tack on at every possible turn).

The smaller-fry prepaid carriers provide a great way to skirt the sky-high bills and sneaky fees that tend to come with big carrier territory, but they're often accompanied by their own sets of compromises -- things like restrictions on hotspot use and a second-level-of-hell-caliber customer service experience.

Today’s go-to-market strategies would be well-served by including Spanish language advertising. Nielsen estimates that about 83% of U.S. adults in Hispanic TV households speak some level of Spanish in the home, with 27% speaking only Spanish and 57% speaking both languages in the home.  

The sum of all the songs performed on the Grammy telecast generated a 140% increase in song sales and a 30% increase in on-demand streams.

The pet care category triggers more trips to the grocery store than any other category, with 57% of pet care category needs prompting a shopping trip.

WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps on the planet, so even small changes warrant some attention. This isn't a small change, though. This is a big one. WhatsApp is rolling out support for video calls in the Android app, but not everyone has the feature yet.

Video calls are becoming available seemingly at random. You won't need an app update as long as you're on one of the recent beta versions (people are reporting success on a few builds). If the person on the other end doesn't have video calling enabled yet they'll just get a voice call. You'll still be able to see the video calling UI, though. The call log shows that as a video call, but tapping the video button just pulls up an error message (below).

When you have video calling, tapping the call button or contact card brings up a dialog with both voice and video as options. There may be a version of the app later that flips the switch on video calls automatically, but for now you're at the mercy of the WhatsApp gods.

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