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1 month 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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1 month 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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1 month 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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1 month 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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1 month 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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1 month ago

Lyft begins testing scheduled rides in San Francisco

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Lyft has begun testing a new feature that will allow customers of the ride-sharing service to schedule pickups as much as 24 hours in advance.

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1 month ago

Marshmallow now rolling out to the Samsung Galaxy S5 on T-Mobile

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If you're using a Samsung Galaxy S5 on T-Mobile, the Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update is now on its way to your device.

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1 month ago

Snapchat's new stickers let you add some extra pep to your selfies

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Everyone's favorite ephemeral messaging app, Snapchat, has received a small, but pretty nifty, update that brings its chat 2.0 stickers to your Snaps.

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1 month ago

Spotify Family now offers up to six accounts for just $14.99 per month

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Spotify has announced some big changes to its family plans, now scoring you up to six premium accounts on a single plan for just $14.99 per month. This follows in the footsteps of Apple Music and Google Play Music, making it more affordable for families. Previously, you could have up to five accounts on a plan, and it ran upwards of $30 per month for all of them.

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1 month ago

Google's Science Journal app helps kids explore the world around them

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In an effort to help kids explore the world around them in a scientific way, Google has launched a new app called Science Journal.

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1 month ago

Enpass beta picks up new autofill options, TOTP support, and more

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Enpass password manager's beta client has picked up an update that introduces TOTP (time-based one-time password) support for all categories, new autofill settings, and the ability to generate pronounceable passwords.

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1 month ago

Here are the winners of the inaugural Google Play Awards

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Google has selected the winners of the inaugural Google Play Awards at I/O 2016, highlighting this year's best apps and games. The search giant has picked apps and games from a variety of categories, focusing on metrics like innovation and app quality, or apps that make the best use of Google Play's game services or Material Design guidelines. Interior design app Houzz has picked up the honor of the best app, while popular multiplayer title Clash Royale was awarded the best game.

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1 month ago

Uber offers up $10 in ride credit when you pay with Android Pay

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Now that Uber has dropped in-app support for Google Wallet in favor of a switch to Android Pay, the company is offering users some extra incentive to make make the switch as well.

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1 month ago

Allo's end-to-end encryption will be powered by Open Whisper Systems Signal Protocol

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The end-to-end encryption that will be found in Google's upcoming messaging app Allo will be powered by Open Whisper Systems Signal Protocol. Conversations that are held in Incognito mode will be fully encrypted, and disappear once you exit Incognito.

Very little was said during the original announcement about how the end-to-end encryption would work, or who Google partnered with to provide the security. From Open Whisper Systems announcement:

We're excited to partner with Google on the private communication features of their new smart messaging app, Allo. We've been collaborating together on the integration of Signal Protocol into Allo, which will bring all of Signal Protocol's strong encryption properties to Allo's incognito mode.

Open Whisper Systems said it will provide further details on the integration once the app is officially available from Google later this summer.

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1 month ago

Every Android N screenshot at Google I/O shows the clock at 7:00, and you know what that means ...

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Well, it doesn't necessarily mean anything. But it's still easy to guess what version number Android N will be.

You know how Google regularly teases (or sometimes trolls) the new version number of upcoming Android releases by placing the version in the clock in official screenshots? Well, Android N doesn't have an official version number yet, and at Google I/O 2016 those screenshots all have clocks pegged at 7:00.

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