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Nuance Announces Dragon Anywhere, Professional Voice Dictation For Mobile Devices Coming This Fall

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 02:37 PM PDT

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Typing on a mobile device sucks. Various third-party keyboards have come up with various ways to get around this issue. With Dragon Anywhere, developer Nuance is bringing an entirely different approach to Android. You will simply dictate using your voice, and with any luck, it will actually work as expected.

Nuance's Dragon software already exists for PC and Mac. It's aimed at business users, but that doesn't mean you can't use it for casual, everyday note-taking.

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Android Auto Updated To v1.2 With A Tweaked Home Screen And Expanded Music/Navigation Notifications

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 02:37 PM PDT

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The Android Auto app is getting an update to v1.2, and there are some notable changes this time, mostly revolving around the home screen. Google has posted a changelog in the Play Store, but it only tells part of the story.

Here's what Google says is in the new version.

  • Improved home screen, allowing you to see ongoing activities like music and navigation at a glance.
  • Various bug fixes and improvements.
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Opera Max Now Supports Data Compression For Netflix And YouTube Video

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 01:36 PM PDT

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Opera Max has been out for a while, and it's been helpful to those who find themselves running low on data each billing cycle. This app uses Opera's servers to compress web content and save bandwidth, but it can only do so much. The big consumer of data is video served over https, and Opera Max couldn't do anything about that until now. The latest version, however, adds support for automatic YouTube and Netflix compression.

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Disruptor Beam (And Special Guest Q) Shows Off More Details On The Upcoming Star Trek: Timelines Mobile Game

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 12:50 PM PDT

nearsun1Star Trek fans who want to play video games based on their favorite franchise are constantly frustrated. Trek games are few and far between, and they seem to range from terrible (like the recent Faux Trek game for consoles from back in 2013), to promising but ultimately destroyed (like Star Trek Online), to blatant, lazy cash-grabs (like Star Trek Trexels). Is it really possible that there's a decent Star Trek game on the horizon?

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Humble PC And Android Bundle 13 Includes 7 Games (3 Android Debuts) And More On The Way

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 12:50 PM PDT

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Humble Bundle has been moving quite a few Android titles through the mobile bundles, but now you've got a chance to get some cool mobile games as part of the main bundle. The new PC and Android Bundle 13 is live and it includes seven games, three of which are new to Android.

All seven games are available on PC and Android, and they include Crimsonland, Neverending Nightmares, Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians, and FOTONICA in the basic tier.

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Fossil shows off its first Android Wear smartwatch at Intel Developers Conference

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 11:43 AM PDT

When Google officially debuted Android Wear to the world back in March 2014, Fossil was named as one of the wearable initiative's partners. However, it's taken a bit of time for the company known for its watches (and much more now) to show off its first attempt at an Android Wear-based smartwatch.

Now the time has come, and Fossil has officially shown off its first Android Wear smartwatch at this year's Intel Developers Conference. Unfortunately, that's about all that Fossil did. The company wasn't ready to talk about what the smartwatch will feature, other than Android Wear, or even what powers the device under that round hood.

The unnamed smartwatch features a round face much like Motorola's Moto 360, and even features the "flat tire" at the bottom of the screen. Indeed, the new watch looks much like Motorola's first attempt, for better or worse.

As for when the device will see the light of day, Fossil wasn't ready to talk about that, either. How much it will cost, too, is unknown at this point.

What do you think of the Fossil smartwatch?


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Google finally overhauls its Sound Search widget for Marshmallow

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 10:52 AM PDT

Sound Search is prettier in Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Screenshot: Android PoliceGoogle's Sound Search widget, which has been baked into Android since 2012, has finally been given a new look for Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Sound Search no longer looks out of place on devices dominated by Material Design, and there's now a mini version. The Sound Search widget has gone without a new design for years;

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Get a lifetime subscription to SkyHub Cloud Unlimited Backup for just $90 [Deal]

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 10:52 AM PDT

eba7dda1b9b15d4dfc90c121cc1ae36d2ccf346a_main_hero_imageWe live our lives online, and owe it to ourselves to back up our data in a secure and reliable manner. Not only does SkyHub safely house each and every peace of data now and forever, but it grants you access to your information on any device. With no added cost per device or secret

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Google launches OnHub router in Google Store for $199, promptly sells out

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 10:32 AM PDT

Google isn't all about Android, and that's why when the company unveils a brand new router for "the new way to Wi-Fi," it shouldn't come as a surprise.

And that's exactly what the company has done. Thanks to a partnership with TP-Link, Google has launched the OnHub, a new router that's not just a router, with a price tag of $199 attached to it. As of this writing, though, it should probably be noted right up front that both the blue and black models are sold out, according to Google.

The OnHub is supports 802.11 b/g/n/ac at 2.4GHz and 5GHz, and when it comes to wired connections there's only a single Ethernet (gigabit) port on the back, which just goes to show that Google is apparently serious about that Wi-Fi focus. There are 13 antennas inside of the OnHub, which is meant to ensure the best possible signal. The device will scan every five minutes in an effort to find the least congested wireless signal, too.

The OnHub will also remember your favorite devices and track how much data they consume, to better manage the bandwidth that each device gets. There's a new app, "Google On," which will let owners control the router, too.

The router supports Bluetooth Smart, Google Weave and Zigbee. There's a USB 3.0 port on the back as well, just for good measure. Google is also promising relatively routine software updates that will improve the OnHub over time.

The OnHub also sports a speaker, for those wondering what else Google could include in it.

The OnHub is available from the Google Store, and it's available to pre-order from Amazon right now. The retailer says the OnHub will begin shipping on August 31, and it costs $199.99 for the blue or black model.

What do you think of the OnHub?


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Google wants to make Wi-Fi better with OnHub router

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 10:02 AM PDT

OnHub wants to make managing your home network easy. Photo: GoogleGoogle is getting into the router business. The search giant today announced a new $200 device called OnHub, and it's coming later this month to make setting up and managing our home Wi-Fi networks easier than ever before. OnHub is designed to eliminate common router problems we all have to deal with on a regular basis,

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Google's Sound Search Widget Gets A Modern Makeover In Android Marshmallow Preview 3

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 09:40 AM PDT

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You've probably heard of Shazam. You fire up the app when a song is playing that you can't remember the name of. It will do a little magic trick, then come back with the answer and maybe even lyrics. Google's Sound Search widget does something similar, and following the update contained within the latest Android Marshmallow developer preview, it looks more up-to-date doing it.

The widget doesn't just come with a new style.

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Customize your phone with the new Android 6.0 Marshmallow wallpapers

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 09:11 AM PDT

It'll be months before the general public will get Android 6.0 Marshmallow installed on their phones, but that doesn't mean you have to wait around to enjoy the new wallpapers that Google will include with the update. We've pulled together the new wallpapers from the latest Android M Developer Preview build into the image gallery below so that you can download and use them on your phone.

TIP: The best way to get the wallpapers onto your phone is to tap an image, wait for the image to load, long-press the image and select Save image.

Enjoy!

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Android One expands to Africa with the Infinix HOT 2

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 09:02 AM PDT

Today, Android One is expanding even further. Google is bringing its affordable smartphone program to six different African countries with the launch of the Infinix HOT 2. The Hot 2 features a 5-inch quad-core MediaTek processor, 1/2GB RAM, 16GB storage, 8-megapixel rear camera, 2-megapixel front-facing camera, 2200mAh battery, dual-SIM support and Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. All of those features can come in a body with color options of black, white, red, blue and gold.

The Infinix Hot 2 will be available in Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Egypt and Morocco, with availability in Nigeria beginning today through retail stores as well as online through Jumia. Pricing is set at N17,500 or about $88 USD. Other countries will gain availability within the coming weeks.

Google has also announced some software changes. The biggest one is that a new streamlined version of Google Search is rolling out around the globe that increases faster performance, particularly on phones with low RAM. It also has the ability to reduce the amount of data used on the results page by up to 90 percent, saving you some megabytes. In addition, YouTube offline access will expand through Android One to Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana and Egypt within the next few months, allowing users to pre-download videos in order to use less data.

It's good to see Android One continuing to expand, particularly after it hit a rough patch a little while ago. And with the added software changes from Google, things just keep looking up for the program.


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YouTube v10.32 Tweaks Some Interface Elements And Includes Hints About Virtual Reality Content And Variable Speed Playback [APK Teardown + Download]

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 08:51 AM PDT

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Forget Update Wednesday! Monday is the new big day. Not only were we treated to the latest M preview release and the official Marshmallow name, but a stream of app updates came rushing out after the sun had set on Mountain View. For many of these apps, little changed aside from a few tweaks and touch-ups to support the next major version of Android. Still, there were improvements to be seen on a couple of updates.

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Get the Galaxy Note 5’s new firmware on your Galaxy S6 now

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 08:24 AM PDT

The Note 5's new software has already been ported to Galaxy S6. Photo: SamsungIf you have no interest in swapping your Galaxy S6 for a Galaxy Note 5, or you live in Europe where Samsung's new phablet won't be going on sale, that doesn't mean you mean you have to miss out on its new TouchWiz software. A Galaxy Note 5 ROM has already been ported to the Galaxy

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Android 6.0 Marshmallow’s new boot animation and wallpapers

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 07:54 AM PDT

Marshmallow's new wallpapers. Photos: ImgurGoogle rolled out its third Android 6.0 Marshmallow preview for developers on Monday, shortly after erecting a new Marshallow statue outside its Mountain View HQ. The new build sports a colorful new boot animation and a bunch of snazzy new wallpapers, which can all be downloaded below. The new animation, which can be seen below in the

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Play Books v3.6 Adds Tap To Scroll And Remember Zoom For Fixed Layout And Image-Mode Books [APK Download]

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 06:40 AM PDT

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A good eBook reading experience isn't defined solely by what you're reading, the device you're reading it on, or a couple of settings – it's defined by all of those things; and as one of those things changes, the others may have to change along with it. If you're popping open a copy of Hitchhikers Guide for the third time, you might have to tinker with the background color and font so a full page of text is comfortable to read.

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Thonet & Vander Kürbis Bluetooth speaker review

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 05:27 AM PDT

Finding a decent Bluetooth speaker is pretty easy these days. Walk into Best Buy, Target or any large retailer and you're presented with dozens of options that range from $15 to $300. The problem is that most Bluetooth speakers, even the good ones, don't offer a fully immersive audio experience due to the left and right channels being so close together. We wouldn't call this a flaw in design, but rather a limitation based on the need for these Bluetooth speakers to be portable. If you're looking for superior audio quality and don't have the urge to move the speakers, the Thonet & Vander Kürbis Bluetooth speaker should be right up your alley.

Specs

Price: $199.99
Power output: 60W RMS (30W + 30W)
Frequency Response: 50Hz – 20kHz
Acoustic box: Wooden box HDAA 276 x 181 x 222 mm
Driver size/material: Woofer 5.25-inch, Aramid Fiber
Impedence/power: 6 Ω 30W
Tweeter size/material: 1-inch, Silk
Impedence/power: 4 Ω 20W
Antimegnetic shield: Yes
Controls: Volume, treble, bass
Inputs: Bluetooth 4.0, 3.5 / RCA stereo
Color options: Black, white

The Good

Build Quality: Weight isn't always a great measure of quality, but the 12.3 pound weight of the two speakers is a direct reflection to the attention to detail that Thonet & Vander put into the Kürbis. As you can tell from the pictures, the Thonet & Vander Kürbis isn't your traditional Bluetooth speaker. The Kürbis is styled like traditional studio monitors with two speaker boxes built with HDAA (High Density Acoustic Absorber) wood, which helps reduce distortion for a more authentic sound. Each box sports a 5.25-inch woofer made of bright yellow aramid fabric that resonates smooth, low bass. The tweeters are built with silk, allowing the treble to resonate perfectly.

Design: The Thonet & Vander Kürbis was designed to stand out. While most Bluetooth speakers fit neatly on a shelf and blend right in with your home decor, the Thonet & Vander Kürbis has a bit of a hard time not sticking out like a sore thumb. The black speaker boxes look great when flanking a computer monitor on your desk, but they would draw too much attention away from your TV if placed in your entertainment center.

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Sound Quality: Like it or not, the size of a Bluetooth plays a huge role in the quality of the sound that it produces. The Thonet & Vander Kürbis' unabashed 276 x 181 x 222 mm boxes allow for a  5.25-inch aramid fabric and 1-inch silk tweeters. Portable speakers like the Jawbone Big Jambox and Grain Audio Packable Wireless Speaker offer a rich audio experience, but they both come up short when compared with the Thonet & Vander Kürbis. The highs, mids and lows are breathtaking.

When the volume is turned up, the bass is distortion-free yet powerful enough to vibrate every object on my desk besides my monitor. Fortunately, Thonet & Vander built the Kürbis with volume, treble and bass knobs into the side of the left speaker, giving you full control of the audio with a few simple twists. Adjusting the audio profile on a phone or computer can be a hassle, but I found myself adjusting the treble and bass settings based on the type of music I was listening to. Not because the speakers needed to be adjusted, but because a quick turn of a knob would allow me to tailor the audio more to my liking.
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The Not so Good

Connectivity: For the everyday consumer, the Bluetooth 4.0, 3.5mm and RCA stereo connections should be more than adequate, but the lack of XLR or 1/4-inch input options may hold a few pro users at bay. Another item that's missing is a built-in microphone, which means you will not be able to use the Thonet & Vander Kürbis as the world's most powerful speakerphone in your home office.

Portability: Let's be honest: if you buy the Thonet & Vander Kürbis, you will not be taking it to the beach or packing it it up for this weekend's picnic in the park. Not only is the Kürbis extremely heavy, but it doesn't have an internal battery. If you want music to come out of the Kürbis, you will need a standard wall plug at all times. Then again, the two speakers are large and sturdy enough to be used as a small stool. So Thonet & Vander Kürbis may be the perfect picnic companion after all.

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The Thonet & Vander Kürbis Bluetooth speakers are available online for $199. That's a bit higher than most of the speakers we have reviewed in the past, but well worth the money if you're looking for studio-quality audio with wired and wireless connectivity for your home office.


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A step toward better mobile experiences in Africa

Posted: 18 Aug 2015 05:12 AM PDT

If you're online in Nigeria, chances are you're on a smartphone. Of the more than 50 million Nigerians who use the Internet, 95% do so on a mobile device and thanks to those devices, the number of people across Nigeria and the rest of Africa with access has grown tremendously. 

However, simply having an Internet connection isn't enough. It's important that people getting started with the Internet have a great, reliable, and relevant experience right away. This can be a challenge in places where local content may be limited, connectivity slow or intermittent, and quality phones costly.

While there's still much more to do, we're excited to take a step forward in addressing some of those challenges. Today in Lagos we're announcing new products and features made to improve people's experience when using a mobile phone to access the Internet. 

First, the Android One program is expanding to Nigeria, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Egypt, and Morocco with the launch of the Infinix HOT 2. This is the first Android One device made with our hardware partner Infinix, one of the hottest, fastest growing smartphone brands in Africa. Starting today, the HOT 2 is available in Nigeria at select retail outlets and online through Jumia at a recommended retail price of N17,500* (~88 USD), and it will become available in the other countries over the next few weeks.

Like all Android One phones, the HOT 2 combines a high-quality hardware experience with pure Android software. Bringing together a quad-core MediaTek processor with 1GB memory, dual SIM support, and black, white, red, blue, and gold (with 2GB memory) models, the hardware is a great complement to Lollipop 5.1.1, which provides up to 2x better performance and extended battery features. The Android One HOT 2 will also receive an update to the next version of Android (according to Infinix's schedule), and thus stays fast and responsive over time.

Second, for people who already own a smartphone, we're helping them get more for their MBs through a streamlined version of Google Search rolling out to devices worldwide and offering a faster experience on low RAM phones, such as those with 512MB. This feature can reduce data usage on the results page by up to 90%, while removing up to ⅓ of the time it takes to load results.

Finally, we will make the YouTube viewing experience even better by extending YouTube offline to Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, and Egypt within the next few months. This feature of the YouTube app lets you store many of the videos on YouTube for up to 48 hours, so you can watch them later when your connection may be slow or non-existent. And if you want to quickly re-watch a video with friends without waiting for it to load, that works great too.

Nearly one year ago, Google introduced the Android One program and YouTube Offline in India. Today, 6 countries in Africa — with combined populations of 379 million people — join the list of places where Android One phones are sold. We've been thrilled by the progress and feel humbled by the work that's left to do. But we look forward to continuing our work with partners to ensure that people have a great way to access the Internet, using it in ways that are relevant and useful. 

Posted by Caesar Sengupta, VP, Product Management

* The pricing may differ from seller to seller in offline retail stores

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Samsung Australia launches Galaxy S6 edge+ and 32GB only Galaxy Note5, pre-orders start today

Posted: 17 Aug 2015 08:38 PM PDT

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Samsung Electronics Australia this morning launched their recently announced flagship phablet Galaxy Note5 and Galaxy S6 edge+ along with availability and pricing.

Starting with the phablet that started it all, the Galaxy Note5 will arrive in Australia in both black sapphire and gold platinum models, but curiously will be available only as a 32GB model. For those who are aware, the Galaxy Note5 is the first Note handset to go without a microSD card slot and in other markets a 64GB version will be available. We've reached out to Samsung for comment on whether there's any plans to bring the 64GB option to market at a later point. Until then, the Galaxy Note5 will be available for pre-order today — ...

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Google launches dedicated Hangouts website

Posted: 17 Aug 2015 05:49 PM PDT

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Sick of trying to figure out where to access Google Hangouts while on your computer? Google have finally launched a dedicated Hangouts website, so now some habits can be broken.

Up until this point, Google Hangouts on desktop was available in a number of ways, be it through Gmail's website, Google+, Inbox and we know we've missed more. It was a real struggle in a first world sense having to bring up these respective pages and then bring up the Hangouts panel containing conversations.

As of today, hangouts.google.com is live and when you visit, you're greeted and prompted to select from video call, phone call or message options. By default the webpage loads in messaging mode, with all recent conversations ...

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Google Hangouts’ slick update is all about the browser

Posted: 17 Aug 2015 05:39 PM PDT

Yet another way to access Google Hangouts. Photo: Jordanna Chord/GoogleGoogle's chat and video messaging service, Hangouts, got a whole new standalone web app on Monday afternoon. "We are launching another way to use Hangouts today," writes Google's Jordanna Chord on Google Plus. "From our new site you'll be able to take advantage of the best of Hangouts in the browser, along with an inspiring

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Here’s Another Look At The 2015 Nexus 5

Posted: 17 Aug 2015 05:21 PM PDT

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The Nexus leaks have been coming in pretty fast and furious as of late and here's another one to pass your way.  This latest leak showcases a render of the device in a case from various angles.  The overall design lines up with what we've seen and heard thus far so it could be legitimate.

As we just saw earlier today, the back will sport the primary camera with laser focus and dual LED flash as well as the fingerprint reader.  On the front we get a look at the dual front facing speakers that we've been hearing about time and time again.

As always, take this leak with a grain of salt.  While things definitely line up with current reports and rumours, nothing is official till its official.

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It’s Official – M Is For Marshmallow

Posted: 17 Aug 2015 04:48 PM PDT

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The "M" in Android M is a mystery no longer.  Google announced earlier today that the next iteration of Android will indeed be named Android Marshmallow!

In addition to the unveiling of Android M's name and accompanying statue, Google also released the Android 6.0 SDK today as well as the final Developer Preview.  So if you're not opposed to tinkering a little bit with your Nexus you can definitely give the new preview a try.

While Android 6.0 Marshmallow won't look a whole lot different than Lollipop, there are a bunch of awesome new features to look forward to including native fingerprint security, doze and my personal favourite, app date backup and restore.  While I'm definitely super excited for Android Marshmallow to officially begin its roll out in the coming months, it also means that our patience will once again be tested as we wait for manufacturers to tinker with the new software and roll it out to their respective devices.

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Android ‘M’ officially named Android Marshmallow, will be version 6.0

Posted: 17 Aug 2015 04:48 PM PDT

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Google has kept us waiting and guessing for some time now and today not only did they announce the next dessert as Marshmallow, they're also pushing out the final developer preview build.

Android Marshmallow will officially be available some time in Spring, presumably at the same time the next Nexi are announced. As with the developer preview of Android L from last year, Google kept the tech community in the dark with the Android M preview, but today that changes.

Along with the final build of the Android M preview being made available to those already on the M preview, or to those wishing to flash the factory image to their compatible Nexus device — and we express caution to ...

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