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Identity Theft Protection Firm LifeLock Pulls Apps And Deletes User Data Over Security Concerns

LifeLock is a company that claims it can protect consumers from identity theft, but it found recently that its own apps might be part of the problem. The company bought Lemon Wallet late last year, gaining control of its mobile wallet apps on iOS and Android. Now those apps have been pulled from their respective app stores after concerns over the safety of data stored in them. Oops.

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[Charge All The Things] Yubi Power Tower Has 40 USB Charging Ports, Because Why Wouldn't It

Like most technology blogs, Android Police is decentralized. Our writers and editors work out of their homes, and occasionally in hotels, bars, or under bridges. We have no traditional office. But if we did, the Yubi 40-port USB Power Tower would sit proud in the middle, like some kind of plastic altar to electricity. We would come, bow down to the Tower, offer up our unworthy phones and tablets, and humbly take our blessings of sweet, sweet gadget juice.

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Gmail Updated To Version 4.8 With UI Tweaks, Ability To Print Or Save Attachments To Drive, View Truncated Messages, And More [APK Download]

Gmail just got an update to version 4.8, an update that brings with it some refreshing UI changes, and a few other features too. First, we'll take a look at the UI tweaks.

First up, the pull-to-refresh animation has been brought into line with the Google Search app - it now cycles through Google's red, yellow, blue, and green brand colors rather than using a simple blue animation. The length of swipe necessary to trigger a refresh has also been shortened.

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Belkin WeMo App Updated From v1.1 To 1.6 With KitKat Support, New Motion Sensor Rules, And More

There's still no standard for connected devices around the home, but Belkin's WeMo home automation system is a pretty popular option. The Android app hasn't wowed users in the past, but it's getting an update today that might (I hope) address some of those issues.

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20 Best New Android Apps And Live Wallpapers From The Last 2 Weeks (5/7/14 - 5/19/14)

Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications, games, and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous 2 weeks or so.

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Looking for the previous roundup editions? Find them here.

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Expense IQ - Expense Manager

This week's roundup is brought to you by Expense IQ - Expense Manager from Handy Apps.

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Galaxy S4 Mini Coming To AT&T On May 23rd, Just In Time For Limited VoLTE Launch

AT&T has announced that the Galaxy S4 Mini, yes - the phone that came out back in November, is coming to the carrier May 23rd with HD Voice. It will be the first device on the network with support for making VoLTE (voice over LTE) calls. The handset isn't available for pre-order, but the carrier does have it listed as "coming soon."

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AT&T is the first carrier to support making voice calls over LTE, supporting simultaneous voice and data over the IP network.

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Monday App And Game Sales: Pirates! Showdown Premium, Battery Widget Reborn, Ultimate Dynamic Navbar, And More

Another week has arrived, and with it comes an assortment of apps and games with reduced prices. These deals could go away at any moment, so you'd better get to it and snap them up.

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AllCast Update Enables Google Play Music Casting To Any Supported Target (Root Required), Headphone Mode, And More

Since his departure from Cyanogen, Inc., Koush has been a pretty busy guy. Yesterday, he released AllCast Receiver to the Play Store, an app that essentially turns any Android device into a casting target, a la the now-extinct CheapCast. Today, he pushed an update to AllCast that brings a couple of new features, including Google Play Music streaming and the previously-teased headphone mode. Check out the latter in action:

This is essentially a jab at Roku's remote, which includes a built-in headphone jack for private listening while watching content on the TV.

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Asus Transformer TF103 Specs Revealed, Cameron's Mom Not Impressed

You're not going to want the upcoming ASUS Transformer TF103, and neither is your mom (or Cameron's, for that matter). The Android community has known about the existence of the tablet for a few months now, but only recently have the specs hit the web. Is it good on paper? Well, let's just say this Intel Bay Trail-powered device is retro, and not in the good way.

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The Asus Transformer TF103 is, like all of the other devices that share its brand, a tablet that plugs into a keyboard dock.

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Google Buys Mobile Enterprise Security Company Divide, Probably For Knox-Esque Functionality

Google has bought Divide, a startup that secures smartphones to make them enterprise-friendly. It uses containers, a concept that should not sound unfamiliar around these parts thanks to the likes of Samsung KNOX. The approach separates a user's personal data from work-related files, effectively isolating them from one another on the same device. Google's purchase could imply a desire to tighten up Android's security out of the box and better attract the interest of enterprise customers.

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