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We’ve got leaked images of the new LG Google watches powered by Android Wear 2.0: We have seen rumours of new watches made by LG in partnership with Google, which will be announced with Android Wear 2.0 on February 9. Today, we have beautiful images of these watches, the LG Watch Sport and the LG Watch Style. TechnoBuffalo has managed to get their hands on what is apparently product images, albeit … The post We’ve got leaked images of the new LG Google watches powered by Android Wear 2.0 appeared first on Ausdroid. #News #Smartwatches #ausdroid
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Opinion: Telstra shows why net-neutrality is important, by zero-rating music streaming from only one provider: We haven’t really weighed in on the net neutrality debate that has been raging, and thanks to President Trump is likely to again, in the USA. Net neutrality is a complex issue but in the end, it’s about treating all bits as equal. An ISP should not treat Netflix any differently than YouTube when it … The post Opinion: Telstra shows why net-neutrality is important, by zero-rating music streaming from only one provider appeared first on Ausdroid. #News #Zerorating #ausdroid
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Google says all released Chromebooks from 2017 onwards to support Android apps: We have been waiting for a while for Andorid apps to become widely available on Chromebooks. We have seen more Chromebooks slowly being added to the list of those to support Android apps and now it looks set to expand — by a lot. We have known that Android apps would come to some Chromebooks … The post Google says all released Chromebooks from 2017 onwards to support Android apps appeared first on Ausdroid. #News #TabletsLaptopsandChrome #ausdroid
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Samsung will be releasing a Note 8 after all: After the disastrous aftermath of the Note 7 release, many considered the Note brand to be irrevocably tarnished, but Samsung has announced that they will be releasing a new Note branded phone after all – indeed, the Note 8 will be coming. In an interview with CNet, Samsung’s mobile chief, D.J. Koh has told the … The post Samsung will be releasing a Note 8 after all appeared first on Ausdroid. #Mobiles #ausdroid
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Samsung’s virtual assistant Bixby is getting ready for launch with IP Australia trademark applications: Samsung’s launch of the Galaxy S8 won’t be coming at Mobile World Congress next month, but Samsung is making all the moves to ensure the phone will launch without incident, including trademarking the Bixby virtual assistant. Samsung has applied for trademarks for Bixby in both Europe with the European Trademark and Design Network and in … The post Samsung’s virtual assistant Bixby is getting ready for launch with IP Australia trademark applications appeared first on Ausdroid. #AndroidModdingUpdates #Mobiles #ausdroid
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LG’s G6 gets its top half in front of the camera for you to see: There’s really only one thing left for LG to do, and that’s finally announce the LG G6. We’ve seen so many renders, leaks, specifications and more … there’s little left, surely. What we’re seeing above is an official image, supposedly distributed by LG itself of its new smartphone set to debut just ahead of Mobile … The post LG’s G6 gets its top half in front of the camera for you to see appeared first on Ausdroid. #Mobiles #News #ausdroid
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Google Assistant and Google Home can control my TV using Logitech Harmony and IFTTT: Since getting my Google Home, I’ve been slowly integrating anything in my house that I can, it all started with my Christmas Tree thanks to a Belkin WeMo power outlet and has progressed to my Garage Door. Now thanks to the powerful combination of IFTTT, a Harmony Home Hub and the Google Assistant, I can … The post Google Assistant and Google Home can control my TV using Logitech Harmony and IFTTT appeared first on Ausdroid. #AppsGamesGoogleServices #AroundtheHome #ausdroid
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Nokia tablet found on GFX bench with 18.4″ display: What an interesting development – Nokia supposedly working on a tablet sporting an 18.4″ (no that’s not a typo) screen, and it’s been spotted on GFXBench with some other reasonably sharp specs. Personally I’ve always felt that anything larger than 10-inch is no longer classified as a tablet, and at 18.4-inches, this thing is no tablet, it’s … The post Nokia tablet found on GFX bench with 18.4″ display appeared first on Ausdroid. #News #TabletsLaptopsandChrome #ausdroid
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Samsung Galaxy S8 render shows a familiar design with no front hardware button: Samsung is gearing up to launch the Galaxy S8, and though we won’t see it at Mobile World Congress it’s undoubtedly going to be soon. The phone is getting leaky too with a number of leaks appearing and today a render shows the Galaxy S8 from the front. The render comes from PriceRaja, an Indian … The post Samsung Galaxy S8 render shows a familiar design with no front hardware button appeared first on Ausdroid. #Mobiles #ausdroid
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Analysis: Was it Samsung’s ambition that ultimately led to the demise of the Galaxy Note 7?: We know, we know. The coverage (and sensationalist reporting by others) around the Note 7 has gone on for long enough, and this will likely be our last coverage of the topic; we feel, like many, that the saga has dragged out in a rather embarrassing fashion for Samsung, and with the release of their … The post Analysis: Was it Samsung’s ambition that ultimately led to the demise of the Galaxy Note 7? appeared first on Ausdroid. #News #Featured #ausdroid
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Google will finally begin trialling Instant Apps from today: After an extended delay Google has today announced that limited trials of Instant Apps, a feature announced at Google I/O last year will start today. Google has worked with a limited number of partners for Instant Apps including BuzzFeed, Wish, Periscope, and Vik, with thousands of developers showing interest in implementing Instant Apps in their … The post Google will finally begin trialling Instant Apps from today appeared first on Ausdroid. #OtherNews #ausdroid
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Ausdroid, or Android Australia as it was known in the early days, was founded by Buzz Moody in March 2010 and was inspired by his love for everything Android. Since the site was launched we have gained popularity within the online community. Ausdroid is run by a big ol’ team of people, and supported by a variety of news sources throughout the industry and across the world.

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