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Oct 6th - Despite not knowing what Sony’s plans are regarding the launch of the Sony Xperia Z5 here in the states (they recently cancelled the launch of the Verizon Xperia Z4v), the device still has us intrigued. Not only does it look great, but the phone recently received top honors in DxOMark’s list of best smartphone cameras.
Oct 6th - Google Translate is seeing an update in the Google Play Store and for the lucky few running Android 6.0 Marshmallow, you’re in for a real treat: the app now works inside other apps for instant text translation.
Oct 6th - Yesterday we learned that Android 6.0 Marshmallow was officially rolling out to Google’s own Nexus devices but it’s easy to forget that there’s still another, almost Nexus out there. It’s the HTC One M8 Google Play Edition and it’s about to get a new lease on life.
Oct 6th - While many of you already have your sights set on Android 6.0 Marshmallow — which began rolling out to Nexus devices yesterday — Google has officially updated their Android Distribution numbers for the month of October.
Oct 6th - It was barely last week Samsung Pay officially went live here in the US. Although a handful of banks and major carriers joined were quick to voice their support, only today has Verizon announced support of the mobile payments service that works with both NFC “tap-to-pay” terminals and traditional magnetic stripe readers.
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Sep 28th - Watch as someone demonstrates the use of a USB-connected external floppy disk drive with an ASUS tablet. The tablet easily recognizes the drive, and he uses the built-in ASUS file manager to manipulate the files with ease.Read More
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Oct 6th - Another day, another antitrust issue with Google. This time, Russia has ordered the Mountain View company to alter their OEM licensing agreement clause which forces manufacturers to bundle Google’s services if they want access to Google Play. The change must be made by November 18th, says Russia’s Federal Antimonopoly Service.Read More