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Android Community Weekly : July 9, 2011

Another week of tech news has come and gone, and in this issue of Android Community Weekly we revisit some rather interesting posts! First off, it’s the 2011 first annual Android Community TABLETPALOOZA! In this first week, we’ll be giving away a free Acer Iconia Tab A500; a winner will be picked every Monday so be sure to sign up soon! Chris Burns was one of the first members of our staff to adopt the new social platform Google+ last week; we finally have our entire team up and running so be sure to add us to your circles!

Google+ Android App Has Support for NFC

Google has a tendency to use their different technologies and services to promote one another, and it sure looks like Google+ will be no exception. It turns out that phones with NFC, a small list at the moment, are capable of reading NFC tags with the Google+ app, to allow for quicker sharing. Obviously this won't be any sort of killer feature until NFC spreads a bit, especially to other phones.

Android Community Now on Google+ and It’s a G+ Party!

All should know by now that there's a massive earthquake in the works that's going by the name Google+, or G+ if you're down with the G. This brand new social network is still in Beta mode, but you know us, we want to get to the party so early that they haven't even set the cups of punch out yet. Therefor we've got links to every one of our staff members so you can follow along that way OR you can follow up straight with our official Android Community G+ account!

More Google+ Updates Coming This Weekend

More Google+ news has just hit the Stream over in + land for those that are having fun with us on the new social network. Over the next few days and this weekend Google plans to make a few things clear. They will be adding tips and helpful notifications to show users how to show and share others posts, and that should be live any time now.

Google+ App Updated Already, Now Supports Multiple Gmail Accounts

I know we have all had a little Google+ overload over the last few days or hours but don't you all love it? You must admit its at least a little fresh and new with all those circles, not to mention the Hangout video chat works amazingly well and smooth. Last night Google updated the Google+ Android App and I must say that if the updates keep coming that fast we should be rocking by next week.
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