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Did Ghostek just leak an as-close-as-can-be official render of the LG G6?: Accessory manufacturer Ghostek seems to have given us yet another look at the upcoming LG G6, in the form of what looks like a very official render in one of their tough cases. Shown above, the case itself looks interesting, but it confirms much of what we’ve heard about the LG G6 itself, including the … The post Did Ghostek just leak an as-close-as-can-be official render of the LG G6? appeared first on Ausdroid. #Mobiles #ausdroid
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HTC’s Android Wear smartwatch collaboration with Under Armour shown off, in detail: Back in October, we saw images of a co-branded HTC and Under Armour Android Wear device. Today more images have surfaced showing off the Watch including a few screenshots, and it looks decidedly real, and awesome. There’s not a lot of new hints in these images, we’re still seeing a Heart rate sensor on the … The post HTC’s Android Wear smartwatch collaboration with Under Armour shown off, in detail appeared first on Ausdroid. #Smartwatches #AndroidWear #ausdroid
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FCC documents reveal more about LG’s new Android Wear watches, including dimensions and charging method: With Android Wear 2.0 through to be launching on February 9th it’s been rumoured that Google and LG will announce two new Android Wear devices under the LG brand to showcase Wear 2.0. In a recent FCC leak we got a few interesting pieces of information, however, a deeper look at the hundreds of pages … The post FCC documents reveal more about LG’s new Android Wear watches, including dimensions and charging method appeared first on Ausdroid. #Smartwatches #AndroidWear #ausdroid
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Google to cut off older Drive, Docs, Sheets and Slides apps on Android and iOS: If you’re using an older handset, or you know someone who is, there’s a good chance that they might not have upgraded to the latest Google Drive, Docs, Sheets and Slides apps … if they use those apps, that is. If you know someone in this boat, you’d best help them figure out how to … The post Google to cut off older Drive, Docs, Sheets and Slides apps on Android and iOS appeared first on Ausdroid. #AppsGamesGoogleServices #ausdroid
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Samsung Galaxy S8 rumour roundup: As we rapidly approach the impending release of the successor to the Samsung Galaxy S7 line, most likely to be the logically named Samsung Galaxy S8, we thought it was about time to collect all of the rumours together and paint a clear picture of where we may be at with the incoming device. Display … The post Samsung Galaxy S8 rumour roundup appeared first on Ausdroid. #Mobiles #ausdroid
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Samsung announces that battery defects were the cause of Note 7 issues: At a press conference streamed out of South Korea this afternoon, Samsung has confirmed that it was battery manufacturing defects which led to the widely publicised issues befalling the Galaxy Note 7, and its eventual recall. The good news for Samsung is that – for the most part – the hardware of the phone itself … The post Samsung announces that battery defects were the cause of Note 7 issues appeared first on Ausdroid. #Mobiles #News #ausdroid
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This is how safety issues should be handled. Top marks to Samsung for being thorough.
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“Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes” is the best game for Daydream VR yet: There is one VR game I’ve played that has captivated me since the second I heard about it, “Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes”. The bomb defusing game has been a hit on every modern VR platform and sees two people actually share in a VR experience. The basic concept is simple, one person in VR … The post “Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes” is the best game for Daydream VR yet appeared first on Ausdroid. #AppsGamesGoogleServices #Daydream #ausdroid
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Ahhh, helps make sense of it. Thanks.
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LineageOS, the CyanogenMod successor, is arriving this weekend: In case you missed it CyanogenMod is no more. In its place LineageOS has been born. Switching the builds from CyanogenMod (CM) to LineageOS has been a momentous task, one that has required a lot of work by the community. Thanks to many volunteers it is now ready to go, this weekend. Announcing via their … The post LineageOS, the CyanogenMod successor, is arriving this weekend appeared first on Ausdroid. #AndroidModdingUpdates #News #ausdroid
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Report: LG G6 may be the first ‘non-Google’ phone to include Google Assistant: Google’s decision to retain the Google Assistant as a Pixel exclusive feature has been a source of consternation for some, but a new report out of Business Korea says that the Google Assistant could be branching out to another phone, in particular the LG G6. The inclusion of Google Assistant wouldn’t be exclusive though according … The post Report: LG G6 may be the first ‘non-Google’ phone to include Google Assistant appeared first on Ausdroid. #AppsGamesGoogleServices #Mobiles #ausdroid
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I'll be pissed if it goes to the G6 before the Nexus 6P. 
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Microsoft’s virtual assistant, Cortana, is Coming to Android lock screens: Microsoft’s virtual personal assistant, Cortana, seems to be coming to Android lock-screens very soon. We understand that Microsoft have begun beta testing a version of Cortana that allows access directly from your phones/devices lock screen, according to a report from MSPowerUser. It would seem that the version of Cortana under test allows users to enable the service … The post Microsoft’s virtual assistant, Cortana, is Coming to Android lock screens appeared first on Ausdroid. #AppsGamesGoogleServices #News #ausdroid
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4K content for Google Play Movies to remain US-only for now: Almost two months after the 4K capable Chromecast Ultra went on-sale here in Australia and just over a month after 4K movies started showing up on Google Play, you still can’t get 4K movies through Google Play Movies & TV. At their September ‘Made by Google’ event in San Francisco, Google not only announced the … The post 4K content for Google Play Movies to remain US-only for now appeared first on Ausdroid. #AppsGamesGoogleServices #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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