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The YouTube Gaming devs aren't slacking, that's for sure. There's a lot of stuff in this one.
It has been about six weeks since the last YouTube Gaming update rolled out, and it's clear the developers have been keeping pretty busy on making changes.... by Cody Toombs in Applications, Downloads, News
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+Jesús Morales yes, NicoNico is the japanese live streaming platform.
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Consider it one more layer of airport security.
Frequent United flyers may find themselves using the airline's Android app more often than they realize. The latest update cuts down on how often you have... by Bertel King, Jr. in Applications, News
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+Shawn Willden​ first I really appreciate you explaining how this works. My concern would be that as a device would scan the fingerprint, that information would be digitized into digital code, which really is no different than a password. That digital code/biometric key is then stored into a system somewhere for whatever service I would be using. This process would then be repeated for all other services using the same biometric sensor and login. So now several companies now have that key to identify me. So if company A was hacked, could the hackers then take that biometric key and use it to login into companies B,C,D, and so forth? I'm not trying to be a pain but looking at it through my eyes, it just seems like using biometrics for anything online is like using one password for all your accounts and since you can't change your biometrics, if that data gets compromised, then I really don't know what anyone could do. 
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As a free user I am still satisfied with what Pushbullet delivers since it's still extremely reliable and stable, not only the Android version. I only miss the universal copy and paste. 😞
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And thus begins the Great Sharing Spree of 2016.
After nearly a year of rumors, teardowns, a vague announcement, and a false start, Google Play's Family Library is finally going live today. It will begin... by Cody Toombs in Google, News
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+Android Police​. Impress me with this one.... Google apps customers don't get to take advantage of this. We've been locked out of this with music for the last six months. My apps domain, which is for my FAMILY, can't use the family plan even though I pay more than the average customer. See if you can get Google to comment on that!
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My Nextbit is a 1.
Ever since its start as a Kickstarter campaign, the Nextbit Robin has been available in two color schemes: Mint and Midnight. Now a third color i... by Rita El Khoury in Device Updates, News, Nextbit, Robin
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+Sathira Katugaha Ah, misunderstood you there, then. I see what you mean now (also after taking a peek at the backs of the mint and midnight version.

+Jordan VanCampen I did take the time to click the link, didn't see the back of the red version there.
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We'd tried to pre-fetch the news but it wasn't available yet.
Remember Chromecast's "Fast Play" feature? Well, some of it is out there in the wild now: for example, apps now can be pre-fetched by the Chromecast when t... by David Ruddock in Chromecast, News
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A possible alternative to the OnePlus 3. 
ZTE's latest attempt at breaking into the premium smartphone market is the Axon 7, and it's available for pre-order today. You have to drop $399.98 to secu... by Ryan Whitwam in News, ZTE
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+Stephen Gunnoe​ Especially the camera disappointed me with the specs in mind. Sure, ZTE can still improve it with further updates, but so can OnePlus.
In the end both are great phones, so people should just pick what fits them best.
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It's not the only thing in the update, but it's probably the only thing you'll care about. 
AT&T started rolling out WiFi calling to some of its devices a few months ago, starting mysteriously with the LG G4. The GS6 Active and LG K10 followed... by Ryan Whitwam in AT&T, Device Updates, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 Edge, News, Samsung
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Maybe if you was a homebody and stayed at home on your own network it might be handy, but out in the real world you can't use public Wi-Fi and get quality calls. 
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Swing and a miss, Alcatel.
Last year, Alcatel made its first real foray into the US unlocked smartphone market with the Idol 3. That phone cost $249, but at the time, offered quite a... by David Ruddock in Alcatel, Idol 4S, News, Phone Reviews
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Too much money when you compare it to the similarly priced competition. I just got a Idol 3 5.5 instead as a secondary phone via Amazon warehouse deals instead.
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"MAPS.ME" is still better, since it uses +OpenStreetMap as their source for maps. Also open-source and their Github is so active.
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Now as in yesterday's episodes.
There are many ways to stream your favorite shows nowadays, from Netflix to Hulu to Play Movies & TV, and now you can add two more to the list. NBCUniv... by Rita El Khoury in Applications, News
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+Anthony Garrett That's what I've heard.....
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