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Motorola is teasing the new Moto G on its Indian Twitter account

Posted: 05 May 2016 02:55 PM PDT

Later this month, Motorola is expected to lift the curtain off its newest iteration of the Moto G lineup, and the company's Indian Twitter account is officially teasing the big unveiling.

The Verge took notice of Motorola's Indian Twitter account teasing the upcoming handset with the hashtag "#missing". Motorola has a planned press conference scheduled for May 17 in India, and it's expected the new Moto G will be unveiled there.

Leading up to that event, Motorola is teasing things like a better battery, a better camera, a faster processor, and improved security.

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Verizon releases prepaid Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016)

Posted: 05 May 2016 02:55 PM PDT

Verizon has released a new affordable option for those looking for a prepaid phone that won't break the bank. The Samsung Galaxy J3 (2016) is now available on Verizon, and it'll only cost you $109.99 out the door.

For the price, the specs are actually quite good. The device features a 5.0-inch Super AMOLED display at 1280×720, a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, 1.5GB of RAM, 8GB of storage with a microSD slot, a 5MP rear camera, a 2MP front-facing camera, a 2600mAh battery, Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, and, of course, 4G LTE support.

While the specs won't blow anyone away, it's actually a pretty solid device. The presence of Marshmallow is a pleasant surprise, as many budget devices skimp on the software. What do you guys think?


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Evernote App Gains New Ways To Scan And Edit Documents

Posted: 05 May 2016 02:19 PM PDT

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Evernote is a place for storing notes, and not just the ones you've typed up. You're welcome to scan documents and upload them to the service. Alternatively, you can whip out your phone, open the app, and take a picture.

With the latest update, Evernote has enhanced the photo-capturing experience. Now there are two modes: automatic and manual. Automatic detects a document's size and turns the image into something usable. Evernote will then add each scan to a gallery.

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Evernote App Gains New Ways To Scan And Edit Documents was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Pocket Becomes More Of A Social Network With The Addition Of Likes And Reposts

Posted: 05 May 2016 01:35 PM PDT

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Pocket began as a way to save a website and read it later. But like any company providing a free service, Pocket started using the information it gathered on users to make recommendations. Then it introduced a way to follow friends and interesting strangers in order to keep up with what they're reading and read their comments. What began as a useful web utility has turned into a social network.

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Pocket Becomes More Of A Social Network With The Addition Of Likes And Reposts was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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T-Mobile’s Un-carrier 11 event rumored to offer stock and weekly freebies to subscribers

Posted: 05 May 2016 01:25 PM PDT

Back in November of last year, T-Mobile held its "Un-carrier X" event, which saw the magenta carrier launch Binge On. Now rumors regarding the eleventh event are beginning to circulate.

A report from VentureBeat, which cites a person that is familiar with the matter, indicates that T-Mobile will host its Un-carrier 11 event on June 6. As T-Mobile has done in the past, the event will start with a customer appreciation campaign, which will feature an app called T-Mobile Tuesdays. With it, subscribers will be able to win prizes and apparently even win equity in the wireless carrier.

T-Mobile is apparently partnering up with several different companies to launch this new endeavor that will see customers offered up Domino's pizza, a movie download from Vudu, and a Wendy's Frosty every week. There will be raffles, too, which will include movie tickets, trips, and other prizes offered.

The report also states that there will also be a limited time giveaway of a quarter-share of T-Mobile's stock to eligible customers. Those who win will need to claim the reward within two weeks of the Un-carrier 11 event.

What do you think of this Un-carrier 11 rumor?


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Authy 22.2 Update Makes 2-Factor Tokens Significantly Easier To Read

Posted: 05 May 2016 12:21 PM PDT

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There are a few ways to enable 2-factor authentication. One common approach is to send a text message to your phone containing an authentication token. Another option is to have an app installed that will generate that string of numbers without making you wait.

There are a few apps out there that will do the job. Google Authenticator is one. Another is Authy, which was acquired by Twilio a year ago.

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Authy 22.2 Update Makes 2-Factor Tokens Significantly Easier To Read was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Audible Rolls Out Channels, A Source Of News Shows And Podcasts

Posted: 05 May 2016 12:21 PM PDT

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We all love podcasts, amirite? I'm currently listening to the latest 'No Such Thing As A Fish' episode. Audible, the audiobook company owned by Amazon, has officially put live 'Channels,' a way to listen to news shows and podcasts in the same app as you listen to books in.

Audible members get unlimited access to Channels, meaning they can listen to ad-free podcasts, news shows, and comedy at no extra charge.

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Audible Rolls Out Channels, A Source Of News Shows And Podcasts was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Hardening the media stack

Posted: 05 May 2016 12:12 PM PDT

Posted by Dan Austin and Jeff Vander Stoep, Android Security team

To help make Android more secure, we encourage and reward researchers who discover vulnerabilities. In 2015, a series of bugs in mediaserver's libstagefright were disclosed to Google. We released updates for these issues with our August and September 2015 security bulletins.

In addition to addressing issues on a monthly basis, we've also been working on new security features designed to enhance the existing security model and provide additional defense in-depth. These defense measures attempt to achieve two goals:

  • Prevention: Stop bugs from becoming vulnerabilities
  • Containment: Protect the system by de-privileging and isolating components that handle untrusted content

Prevention

Most of the vulnerabilities found in libstagefright were heap overflows resulting from unsigned integer overflows. A number of integer overflows in libstagefright allowed an attacker to allocate a buffer with less space than necessary for the incoming data, resulting in a buffer overflow in the heap.

The result of an unsigned integer overflow is well defined, but the ensuing behavior could be unexpected or unsafe. In contrast, signed integer overflows are considered undefined behavior in C/C++, which means the result of an overflow is not guaranteed, and the compiler author may choose the resulting behavior—typically what is fastest or simplest. We have added compiler changes that are designed to provide safer defaults for both signed and unsigned integer overflows.

The UndefinedBehaviorSanitizer (UBSan) is part of the LLVM/Clang compiler toolchain that detects undefined or unintended behavior. UBSan can check for multiple types of undefined and unsafe behavior, including signed and unsigned integer overflow. These checks add code to the resulting executable, testing for integer overflow conditions during runtime. For example, figure 1 shows source code for the parseChunk function in the MPEG4Extractor component of libstagefright after the original researcher-supplied patch was applied. The modification, which is contained in the black box below, appears to prevent integer overflows from occurring. Unfortunately, while SIZE_MAX and size are 32-bit values, chunk_size is a 64-bit value, resulting in an incomplete check and the potential for integer overflow. In the line within the red box, the addition of size and chunk_size may result in an integer overflow and creation of buffer smaller than size elements. The subsequent memcpy could then lead to exploitable memory corruption, as size + chunk_size could be less than size, which is highlighted in the blue box. The mechanics of a potential exploit vector for this vulnerability are explained in more detail by Project Zero.

Figure 1. Source code demonstrating a subtle unsigned integer overflow.

Figure 2 compares assembly generated from the code segment above with a second version compiled with integer sanitization enabled. The add operation that results in the integer overflow is contained in the red box.

In the unsanitized version, size (r6) and chunk_size (r7) are added together, potentially resulting in r0 overflowing and being less than size. Then, buffer is allocated with the size specified in r0, and size bytes are copied to it. If r0 is less than r6, this results in memory corruption.

In the sanitized version, size (r7) and chunk_size (r5) are added together with the result stored in r0. Later, r0 is checked against r7, if r0 is less than r7, as indicated by the CC condition code, r3 is set to 1. If r3 is 1, and the carry bit was set, then an integer overflow occurred, and an abort is triggered, preventing memory corruption.

Note that the incomplete check provided in the patch was not included in figure 2. The overflow occurs in the buffer allocation's add operation. This addition triggers an integer sanitization check, which turns this exploitable flaw into a harmless abort.

Figure 2. Comparing unsanitized and sanitized compiler output.

While the integer sanitizers were originally intended as code hygiene tools, they effectively prevent the majority of reported libstagefright vulnerabilities. Turning on the integer overflow checks was just the first step. Preventing the runtime abort by finding and fixing integer overflows, most of which are not exploitable, represented a large effort by Android's media team. Most of the discovered overflows were fixed and those that remain (mostly for performance reasons) were verified and marked as safe to prevent the runtime abort.

In Android N, signed and unsigned integer overflow detection is enabled on the entire media stack, including libstagefright. This makes it harder to exploit integer overflows, and also helps to prevent future additions to Android from introducing new integer overflow bugs.

Containment

For Android M and earlier, the mediaserver process in Android was responsible for most media-related tasks. This meant that it required access to all permissions needed by those responsibilities and, although mediaserver ran in its own sandbox, it still had access to a lot of resources and capabilities. This is why the libstagefright bugs from 2015 were significant—mediaserver could access several important resources on an Android device including camera, microphone, graphics, phone, Bluetooth, and internet.

A root cause analysis showed that the libstagefright bugs primarily occurred in code responsible for parsing file formats and media codecs. This is not surprising—parsing complex file formats and codecs while trying to optimize for speed is hard, and the large number of edge cases makes such code susceptible to both accidental and malicious malformed inputs.

However, media parsers do not require access to most of the privileged permissions held by mediaserver. Because of this, the media team re-architected mediaserver in Android N to better adhere to the principle of least privilege. Figure 3 illustrates how the monolithic mediaserver and its permissions have been divided, using the following heuristics:

  • parsing code moved into unprivileged sandboxes that have few or no permissions
  • components that require sensitive permissions moved into separate sandboxes that only grant access to the specific resources the component needs. For example, only the cameraserver may access the camera, only the audioserver may access Bluetooth, and only the drmserver may access DRM resources.

Figure 3. How mediaserver and its permissions have been divided in Android N.

Comparing the potential impact of the libstagefright bugs on Android N and older versions demonstrates the value of this strategy. Gaining code execution in libstagefright previously granted access to all the permissions and resources available to the monolithic mediaserver process including graphics driver, camera driver, or sockets, which present a rich kernel attack surface.

In Android N, libstagefright runs within the mediacodec sandbox with access to very few permissions. Access to camera, microphone, photos, phone, Bluetooth, and internet as well as dynamic code loading are disallowed by SELinux. Interaction with the kernel is further restricted by seccomp. This means that compromising libstagefright would grant the attacker access to significantly fewer permissions and also mitigates privilege escalation by reducing the attack surface exposed by the kernel.

Conclusion

The media hardening project is an ongoing effort focused on moving functionality into less privileged sandboxes and further reducing the permissions granted to those sandboxes. While the techniques discussed here were applied to the Android media framework, they are suitable across the Android codebase. These hardening techniques—and others—are being actively applied to additional components within Android. As always, we appreciate feedback on our work and welcome suggestions for how we can improve Android. Contact us at security@android.com.


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Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy C5 borrows metal clad design from HTC

Posted: 05 May 2016 11:55 AM PDT

Thanks to a fresh leak today we are now getting a good look at Samsung's upcoming Galaxy C5, destined for Chinese markets, and the design looks awfully familiar.

Rumored to launch with a 5.2-inch 1080p display, 4GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 617 and Marshmallow, if today's leaked photos are correct, the Samsung Galaxy C5 will launch with an all-metal body that closely resembles some of HTC's recent releases. From the front the device is all Samsung, but we have to imagine that's not what some people will focus on. Though after the HTC One A9, HTC won't have much room to complain.

As stated earlier, the Galaxy C5 is slated to hit Chinese markets. Whether or not it will see expanded availability remains to be seen.

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Show Your Mom Some Affection This Mother's Day With These Hangouts Easter Eggs

Posted: 05 May 2016 11:51 AM PDT

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This weekend many sons and daughters will be celebrating their mothers, and Google hopes Hangouts will be a part of occasion. When you wish your mom a Happy Mother's Day, a random animation will pop up to mark the moment.

Options we've noticed so far have included a pair of hugging koalas, a pot of flowers with a heart, and an arm with a Mom tattoo.

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You may have come to expect this from Google by now.

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Show Your Mom Some Affection This Mother's Day With These Hangouts Easter Eggs was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Nathan Drake Makes A Mobile Debut With The Free-To-Play Uncharted: Fortune Hunter

Posted: 05 May 2016 11:51 AM PDT

drakeUncharted is one of the signature franchises on the PlayStation, and it's about to extend to the PS4 with its (allegedly) final entry, Uncharted 4. Surprisingly it hasn't come to Android or any other mobile platform until now. Uncharted: Fortune Hunter eschews the third-person shooting and Hollywood set pieces of the main series in favor of some rather basic puzzles, in the same vein as Hamilton's Great Adventure. It's free in the Play Store.

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Nathan Drake Makes A Mobile Debut With The Free-To-Play Uncharted: Fortune Hunter was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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ProjectM Music Visualizer Adds Chromecast Support And A Dash Of Material Design

Posted: 05 May 2016 11:51 AM PDT

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Music is great, but what if you want some pretty pictures with your tunes? ProjectM is a good option for music visualization, but the UI ooked pretty old-fashioned until now. A new update adds Chromecast support as well as a more modern material-ish UI.

Here's the changelog for ProjectM v4.22.

  • Chromecast support
  • Material Design
  • Big fixes [Did he mean "big" or "bug?"]

This app has very little UI, but what there was of it was straight out of holo in the last version.

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ProjectM Music Visualizer Adds Chromecast Support And A Dash Of Material Design was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Oops: Samsung prematurely posts Gear Fit 2 and Icon X earbuds on S Health website

Posted: 05 May 2016 11:25 AM PDT

Rumors surrounding Samsung's upcoming unannounced fitness wearables, namely the Gear Fit 2 and Gear Icon X wireless earbuds, have been swirling, but we still haven't seen confirmation from earlier leaks that the designs we've seen pop up are final. That all changes today as Samsung has posted images of the two devices on its own S Health website before ever announcing them.

While no specs were posted with the images (the Gear Fit 2 is rumored to come with 4GB of storage and a 1.84-inch AMOLED display), we now know exactly what both the Gear Fit 2, Samsung's upcoming smartwatch, and Icon X wireless earbuds will look like. Neither will come as a huge shock as we've seen these devices before, but the Gear Fit 2 does look a little sleeker, and the Icon X earbuds do look, well, exactly like you might expect wireless earbuds to look.

Samsung has since pulled the images from its site, but you can check them out below.

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OnePlus 3 To Come With A 3,500 mAh Battery

Posted: 05 May 2016 11:11 AM PDT

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Last week we wrote about the OnePlus 3 smartphone coming with up to 6GB of RAM but now a new report has leaked out the battery spec.

According to Chinese based news site MyDrivers, the OnePlus 3 is set to come with a reasonably large 3,500 mAh battery.

This new battery will be 200 mAh larger than its predecessor and while that does seem like a pretty small upgrade, it's worth mentioning that the new Snapdragon 820 SoC is a lot more power efficient compared to the controversial Snapdragon 810 SoC used in the OnePlus 2 and other Android smartphones.

Other specs for the phone include a 5.5-inch 1080p LCD display, 16MP rear camera with up to 128GB of internal storage.

[Thenextrex / MyDrivers]

The post OnePlus 3 To Come With A 3,500 mAh Battery appeared first on Android in Canada Blog.


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Play Movies Gains Dolby Digital Plus Surround Sound Support On Android TV And Roku

Posted: 05 May 2016 11:03 AM PDT

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Sound sounds better when it's coming from more directions. Okay, that may not be entirely how audio works, but I never claimed to be an expert in the area. I can say this. When an explosion happens to your left on screen and you hear it come that direction, it's very cool. That's an objective statement of fact.

Since this is the case, Google has added Dolby Digital Plus surround sound support to Android TV and Roku.

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Play Movies Gains Dolby Digital Plus Surround Sound Support On Android TV And Roku was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Top 10 new Android games this week: Boulders, Bondo

Posted: 05 May 2016 10:48 AM PDT

Welcome back to Android Gaming Weekly, our weekly recap of new game releases. We still plan to cover upcoming releases and games we're playing, but this column is dedicated to new games that you can start playing right now. Check out our top picks and let us know in the comments section if you have any suggestions for next week's post.

Boulders

DescriptionEmbark on a journey through endless mines in search of fame and fortune. Find a way around obstacles and use your wits to get to the deepest levels. Each replay is different in this puzzle adventure!

 

GANGFORT

Description:  GANGFORT is an awesome action team-based shooter game sweetened with the pixel art style! Run, jump, shoot and do whatever it takes to help your team win a round!

 

Rocket Beast

DescriptionYou must control your rocket missile through paths and obstacles to take out the enemies. In some levels you will use portals and boosters to reach new areas or increase difficulty. Try to be the best and then share your achievements with friends.

 

Dino Bash

DescriptionLead the dinosaurs in a Jurassic tug-of-war battle against primitive humans to defend your egg from their merciless appetite. Build ground defenses, deploy aerial attacks, and summon dinosaurs to avoid extinction.

 

Battleborn Tap

DescriptionEngage with the Battleborn universe on the go with Battleborn Tap, where players command their squad of heroes on the field of battle. Use your fingers to TAP your way to victory over waves of enemies and menacing bosses to unlock new areas while recruiting various Battleborn to join the fight.

 

Pathfinder Adventures

Description: Pathfinder Adventures, the digital adaptation of Paizo Inc.'s Pathfinder Adventure Card Game, translates the world's best-selling Pathfinder Roleplaying Game into an entirely new breed of card game, where players cooperatively battle monsters and villains, and acquire new feats, items, weapons and allies.

 

Bondo

DescriptionJoin the new Super domino & number Merger – BONDO! Turn the blocks and put them on the field to get the highest score. Three single parts with the same number merge into one tile.

 

Red Comrades Save the Galaxy

DescriptionRed Comrades Save the Galaxy is an updated version of one of the best Russian comic adventure games, it was released back in 1998 and earned a truly nationwide love! The updated game retains the atmosphere of the original, but now with full smartphones and tablets support.

 

Hungry Shark World

Description The stunning sequel to Hungry Shark™ Evolution is here! The Sharks are back, and this time they are taking on the entire WORLD! Take control of a very Hungry Shark in this action packed aquatic adventure. Survive as long as possible by eating everything that gets in your way!

 

Tome of the Sun

DescriptionThe Tome of the Sun that once kept the Shadow World in check has been fragmented and lost. Lead immortal heroes and mighty battle pets on an epic quest to reclaim the Tome of the Sun and restore harmony across the Sun Kingdom.

 


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Netflix now offers cellular data controls to change video quality

Posted: 05 May 2016 09:18 AM PDT

For the folks out there who aren't on an unlimited data plan or T-Mobile's Binge On, Netflix is making it a little easier to avoid data overages.

Netflix has just announced that it is rolling out a brand new Cellular Data Controls that will allow subscribers to choose their video quality while streaming content over a cellular network. Instead of showing options like 720p or 1080p, Netflix simply breaks it down from "Low" to "Unlimited," while offering estimates for how long you can stream that TV show you're binging.

According to Netflix, the "Low" streaming option means you can stream up to four hours of content per gigabyte. The "Medium" option will net you up to two hours of streaming content per gigabyte, while the "High" option means you can stream up to one hour per GB. There is also an "Unlimited" option if you like to live dangerously, or if you happen to still have an unlimited data plan.

Netflix has gone on the record for throttling streaming quality for subscribers on AT&T and Verizon, so it's good to see the company allowing customers to handle that sort of thing.

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Netflix Rolls Mobile Data Saver Out Globally Right On Time

Posted: 05 May 2016 08:58 AM PDT

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Netflix recently noted that it has been throttling data on carriers like AT&T that have overage charges, but that was just a temporary measure. The company had planned to roll its mobile data saver feature out to everyone in May, and here we are. The feature should be live for everyone right now, no update needed.

The mobile data saver made a brief appearance for some people a few weeks back, but the version now officially deployed is much more robust that a simple toggle.

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Netflix Rolls Mobile Data Saver Out Globally Right On Time was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Deal: Nextbit Robin just $299 on Amazon through May 10th

Posted: 05 May 2016 08:48 AM PDT

The Nextbit Robin is one of the rare smartphones today that has actually found a unique angle to take, with 100GB of cloud storage bolstering the internal 32GB and ensuring that all but the most storage hungry of users will never have to think about filling up their smartphone.

The Robin typically goes for $399, which is a pretty competitive price for a mid-range offering, but through May 10th on Amazon you can snap one up for $299, the same price that early bird Kickstarter backers enjoyed. Both the Mint and Midnight colors are available and shipping immediately. Keep in mind that these are GSM-only devices (the CDMA version was canned a while back), so Verizon and Sprint users must look elsewhere.

I haven't personally used the Nextbit Robin, but as you might expect from a group of former Googlers, the phone hits the right marks in most places and everyone I've spoken to that owns one has positive things to say. Further support is the 4.7 out of 5 stars it enjoys on Amazon, meaning that it is holding up well with normal users as well. (Yes, I'm saying the people I know aren't normal.)

If you are looking for a low-cost option and like the idea of a smartphone with a unique look and ideas fueling it, the Nextbit Robin for $299 is a solid deal.


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Facebook Testing New Sharing Popup, Bottom Ribbon And Live Video Tab, Plus UI Improvements

Posted: 05 May 2016 08:11 AM PDT

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It feels like Facebook is on a roll at the moment: Messenger has been getting lots of updates recently, as has WhatsApp, and there's new Instagram UI too. Now it's the turn of the main Facebook app. It would be an understatement to say it needs a lot of development time. If I had a dollar for every time I've seen a complaint about the Facebook app, I'd be richer than Mark Zuckerberg.

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Facebook Testing New Sharing Popup, Bottom Ribbon And Live Video Tab, Plus UI Improvements was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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Android Pay v1.3 To Allow Use Of Loyalty And Gift Cards Without Unlocking [APK Teardown]

Posted: 05 May 2016 05:41 AM PDT

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The idea of contactless payments has turned out to be an unusually divisive topic. Some people are certain that we're only a couple of years away from abandoning physical credit cards in favor of using smartphones at the checkout line, while others see it as an obnoxious novelty that slows down everything and should be ignored. Whatever the case, it's interesting to watch the progress of mobile payment methods as they grow and evolve in an effort to capture consumer interest.

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Android Pay v1.3 To Allow Use Of Loyalty And Gift Cards Without Unlocking [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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[APK Download] Google+ 7.8 Moves The 'New Posts' Notification To The Bottom, Adds Quick Access To Hangouts, Photos, And Search

Posted: 05 May 2016 03:56 AM PDT

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On the scale of meh to super duper exciting, this Google+ 7.8 version update falls low, really low. Unless you get excited about bug fixes, which I know is a legit reason to love an update if a specific bug had been ruining the app for you, but is as dry and drab a topic to read about as a 0.1 pH change in a cleaning solution, you can pretty much say that nothing significant has changed.

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[APK Download] Google+ 7.8 Moves The 'New Posts' Notification To The Bottom, Adds Quick Access To Hangouts, Photos, And Search was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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App Links 2.0 Uses Nearby API To Share Links Of Your Installed Apps With Other Devices

Posted: 05 May 2016 02:41 AM PDT

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We've spent months with barely any example use of Google's Nearby API by third-party apps, but in only a couple of days several apps have popped up with this proximity sharing method. First it was Radon for sending regular links, then Card Case for contact details, and now it's app links' turn with an app called, predictably, App Links.

The app was just updated to version 2.0 and it no longer only supports sending links of your preinstalled apps with Android's Share intent. There's a new Nearby icon in the app's title bar (which looks like two overlapping playback buttons) that simply broadcasts the apps you have selected to devices that are close to you, and looks for apps being shared back by them.

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App Links 2.0 Uses Nearby API To Share Links Of Your Installed Apps With Other Devices was written by the awesome team at Android Police.


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