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Gmail v6.7 Prepares to Add Security Warnings for Unencrypted Messages and Suggestions to Unsubscribe from Email Lists
Gmail v 6.7 is rolling out with hints that point towards the inclusion of security warning warnings when you send/receive an unencrypted message.
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They need to remove Google Play Services dependencies, Google play services kills my stuff.
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Google Phone App Now Features Spam Protection - Ever since telemarketing became a thing, groups of people have tried to make the most by resorting to what is know as spam calls. These often take the form of automated voice recordings (or robocalls as they are often called) being played back to the receiver, often selling goods or services that the receiver may or may not be interested in. It’s really annoying and universally hated, and most of us inadvertently pick up such calls only to han...
The new update to the Google Phone app now brings in built-in Spam Protection through the Caller ID feature. Read on to find out more about this new feature
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Soft Gold OnePlus 3 to Go on Sale on July 26th - The Soft Gold color variant of the OnePlus 3, which was only talked and teased until today, is now set to make its way to consumers. This color variant will be available for purchase on July 26th, 12:00 PM Eastern Time.
The Soft Gold color variant of the OnePlus 3, which was only talked and teased until today, is now set to make its way to consumers. This color variant will be available for purchase on July 26th, 12:00 PM Eastern Time.
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If anything it looks like the m10. I love my one plus 3😍 
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What Do You Look For in a Hardware Upgrade? - Early on in the days of Android, an upgrade mostly meant going from a lower specced device to a higher specced device, and by extension, moving on to a better Android experience with more power and features. With the recent trend of affordable flagships bringing the better Android experience down into budget price ranges, an upgrade no longer is restricted to just better specs. New purchases don’t necessarily move forwards towards higher specs o...
Early on in the days of Android, an upgrade mostly meant going from a lower specced device to a higher specced device, and by extension, moving on to a better Android experience with more power and features. With the recent trend of affordable flagships bringing the better Android experience down into budget price ranges, an upgrade
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Power to play the games that forced the upgrade, lol. 
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Root Available for BLU R1 HD Prime - If you snagged yourself a BLU R1 HD from Amazon as part of its deal for Prime members, you’d be glad to know that root is now available for the device. Head on over to know how, courtesy of XDA Senior Member jasonmerc.
If you snagged yourself a BLU R1 HD from Amazon as part of its deal for Prime members, you’d be glad to know that root is now available for the device. Head on over to know how, courtesy of XDA Senior Member jasonmerc.
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Good Phones at Any Price: The Best By-product of the Affordable Flagship
In this article we explore Android's current market after the affordable flagship revolution, noting how every price bracket has decent purchase options.
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I bought the Umi Super for 179 USD and I'm very happy with it! 
It's not mentioned in this article, even though I heard about it in an XDA article. The reason for that being that it does not support US bands. But outside of the US (I'm in Canada) it's an amazing phone. It's a shame that they don't mention it. 
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[Giveaway] Win a OnePlus 3 With Dash Charge! - One of the most flaunted features of OEMs in recent years has been charging speed, with seemingly everyone looking to demonstrate the fastest and most efficient method of giving your device juice. The OnePlus 3 launched with a charging solution known as Dash Charge, unencumbered by power heavy tasks such as gaming. Dash Charging will charge the OP3 to 63% in just half an hour, incredibly useful for those of us who are cursed by heavy usage and ...
One of the most flaunted features of OEMs in recent years has been charging speed, with seemingly everyone looking to demonstrate the fastest and most efficient method of giving your device juice. The OnePlus 3 launched with a charging solution known as Dash Charge, unencumbered by power heavy tasks such as gaming. Dash Charging will
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Any chance in the future for an international giveaway? 
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Cyanogen Inc. CEO: “Cyanogen Not Pivoting to Apps” - In light of recent reports on their recent layoffs, Cyanogen Inc.’s CEO and co-founder, Kirt McMaster has clarified that Cyanogen is not pivoting towards apps. The company is still an OS company and it stands by its mission of creating an “Open Android”. Reports on the contrary were mentioned to be false.
In light of recent reports on their recent layoffs, Cyanogen Inc.’s CEO and co-founder, Kirt McMaster has clarified that Cyanogen is not pivoting towards apps. The company is still an OS company and it stands by its mission of creating an “Open Android”. Reports on the contrary were mentioned to be false.
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+Brian El stock android feels like iOS with its limitations. 
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Samsung Patent Shows Off 3 New Designs for Wireless Charging
The first is just a wireless charger, that is built inside what looks like a large cube. The second design shows a slanted wireless charger that can charge up to two deivces from the top and the side (for a wearable). The last design is another tall charger with a divot cut out, that enables a
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Motorola Launches Developer Portal for the Moto Mods Platform
Motorola has made it quite clear that they want as many developers on board with their Moto Mods platform as possible. We saw LG do something similar with the LG G5 modules and now Motorola looks to be doing the same. So if you want to build a Moto Mod, or maybe just look at the
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Uhm!? I think this is pretty cool... Nice move Lenovo!
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[Exclusive] New Information About Google’s Allo Has Emerged - A week ago, reports emerged after a Redditor that had claimed to be a ‘third level beta tester’ for Google revealed that Messenger will be gradually phased out and that both Allo and Duo will be default apps on Android 7.0. It was also said that Hangouts will be phased out on mobile. XDA-Developers has since been contacted by a trusted source close to the matter, who wished to remain anonymous. We endorse the veracity of the clai...
XDA-Developers has since been contacted by a trusted source close to the matter, who wished to remain anonymous. We endorse the veracity of the claim given the source’s relationship to both XDA and Google. This source has revealed several key pieces of information about the future of Google’s messaging apps and the claims made on Reddit: There
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They need to axe messenger, allo, and duo. Then stick with Hangouts.
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Verizon Set to Announce $5 Billion Acquisition Deal for Yahoo
Report suggest that Verizon has won the bidding rounds for acquiring Yahoo, a process that took four months. The acquisition deal is pegged at $5 Billion for Yahoo, but the deal still has to pass through regulatory authorities. Once the terms of the deal are revealed, there are chances that other bidders might up their
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+Karl Roebling​​ a billion grandmothers would grumble under their breath at their decaf coffees and a billion grandsons would have to teach them to use new interfaces if Yahoo changed anything.
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