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2 months ago

Google Photos' 200 million users have freed up 13.7 petabytes of storage to date

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Google Photos is now officially one year old, and Google has celebrated the occasion by providing some hard numbers on just how big the service has become in the past year.

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2 months ago

Online-only Samsung Mini Pay is reportedly planned for a South Korea launch in June

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A new report claims that Samsung Mini Pay, an online-only version of Samsung's payment system, will launch in June in South Korea.

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3 months ago

Chick-fil-A's emoji keyboard helps you express your love of waffle fries

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The Chick-fil-A fast food franchise has launched its own mobile keyboard, allowing people to use over 20 emojis, stickers and GIFs on a variety of messaging apps.

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3 months ago

Skype gains a refreshed interface and new features on Android tablets

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Microsoft has released Skype 7.0 for Android, with the new version of the VoIP client adding a revamped user interface for tablet owners, along with new features.

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3 months ago

Microsoft's Next Lock Screen has a new logo, improved UI and more

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Microsoft's Next Lock Screen for Android has been updated to version 3.2, with a new logo, some improvements to its UI and more.

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3 months ago

Opera Mini review

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Opera Mini review

Are a few new features and data savings enough to make you switch?

Opera Mini for Android is first and foremost for those of you who want and/or need to conserve data, just like its "bigger" counterpart, Opera Max. Maybe you have a very limited allotment or maybe you're on a pay-as-you-go plan. Either way, Opera Mini's High and Extreme data saving modes can save you gigs and cash.

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3 months ago

Snapseed update makes it easy to copy recent edits between images

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A fresh update is rolling out to photo editing app Snapseed, bringing along an easier way to apply the same edits across multiple photos.

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3 months ago

Should you use the Android N Dev Preview 3 (Beta) on your phone and tablet?

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Just because the status of the software has been upgraded doesn't mean it's ready for every phone or tablet. (But it is better.)

We knew plenty about Android N heading into Google I/O 2016, but most of us rightly stayed away from installing it on a main device due to its Developer Preview "alpha" status. There were bugs. It was unstable. Features were missing or broken. Even the die-hard Nexus fans had reason to stick with something more stable on their main phone or tablet.

But with the announcement that Android N is now available as a "beta" release, purportedly with daily use stability, is it time to load it up on the Nexus you carry in your pocket every day?

After using it on every compatible device ourselves, we have some definitive answers for you.

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3 months ago

Toyota joins forces with Uber as part of 'strategic investment'

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Toyota plans to make a "strategic investment" in ride-sharing company Uber as part of a larger collaborative partnership.

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3 months ago

Capital One among 48 new U.S. banks supported by Android Pay

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The official Android Pay bank support list in the U.S. has been updated with a large number of new additions, including Capital One.

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3 months ago

Google Photos on the web now lets you easily tweak the date and time of multiple photos

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Chances are, at one point or another, you've wished you could easily change the date and time of multiple photos at once, and now you can do just that with Google Photos on the web.

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3 months ago

Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow now rolling out to NVIDIA Shield Tablet LTE in the U.S.

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If you happen to own the LTE variant of NVIDIA's Shield Tablet, your Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update is on its way — at least if you call the U.S. home.

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3 months ago

ComiXology Unlimited offers access to thousands of comics for $6 a month

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ComiXology, the digital comics service that's owned by Amazon, has launched ComiXology Unlimited in the U.S. It offers access to thousands of digital comics for $5.99 a month, with a free trial.

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3 months ago

Twitter will roll out exceptions to 140-character post limit in the coming months

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Twitter has announced that it will add a number of exceptions to the social network's strict 140-character post limit in the coming months.

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3 months ago

Duolingo founder Luis von Ahn on next goals and newfound love for India

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Luis von Ahn is a Guatemalan entrepreneur and an associate professor in the Computer Science Department at Carnegie Mellon University. He founded reCAPTCHA, which was sold to Google in 2009, and then co-founded Duolingo, world's largest language-learning online platform.

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