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[Bug Watch] Google Now Voice Commands For Setting Reminders Create Alarms Or Calendar Events Instead

A variety of users have begun reporting problems with setting reminders using voice controls in the Google Search app, with the end result being an alarm rather than a reminder. This does not occur when entering the same command with the keyboard, so it would seem to be a server-side issue. Either way, you will want to look out for this bug if you tend to use voice commands for this purpose, because you may be in for a rude awakening - literally.

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Haters Still Get The Bird In Extended Version Of Google's 'Wear What You Want' Spot

Just before Apple's "Spring Forward" watch event last week, Google released a quick, fun, 17-second spot to promote its own wearable offerings, keeping with Android's new tagline "be together, not the same" by demonstrating that Android Wear watches already come in all sorts of shapes so you can "wear what you want."

Today, Google has released a full minute-long version of the spot, with even more watches and even more dancing.

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SiriusXM Gets A New Look For Version 3.0, But Users Say The Update Is Full Of Bugs

The makers of SiriusXM's Android client, an Internet version of the notable satellite radio streams, seem to take positive delight in ignoring Android design guidelines. Before today, the app looked like a lazy port of the iOS version... and the iOS version wasn't exactly a looker to start with.

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SiriusXM for Android, circa 2014.

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Google Play Books Expands To Bulgaria, Croatia, Iceland, Slovenia, And Slovakia [Update: Not Live Yet]

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HTC Releases App To Restore Facebook Updates In BlinkFeed After Facebook Broke Them

The problem with designing a feature around other services is that you only have control over your end. If the other guy changes something, you have to be ready to fix any issues that crop up. Such is the case with HTC's BlinkFeed stream. A recent change to Facebook caused social updates to stop appearing in BlinkFeed, but now HTC has released an app that should solve the problem.

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Subway Surfers Developer Kiloo Releases Stormblade, A Compelling Infinity Blade-Style Action Game For Android

At this point, we've all heard of Infinity Blade. It's the gorgeous sword fighting game that hit Apple devices in 2010 and blew people away with its effective use of touch controls. That series remains an iOS exclusive, so we've never seen it enter the Play Store.

Stormblade, from Kiloo—the makers of the insanely popular Subway Surfers, isn't the first Android title to draw inspiration from Infinity Blade.

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Android Auto Has A Developer Mode, And Here's How To Enable It

On the off chance you've got Android Auto in your vehicle, you might be interested to know there's a developer mode built-in. Even if you don't have Android Auto yet, you might still be vaguely interested in an abstract sort of way. You can access it through the Android app and it only takes a few taps.

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[Deal Alert] Refurbished 32GB HTC One M8 AT&T Unlocked $289 On eBay

The HTC One M9 is official. It's coming. The big carriers will offer it. We have a date.

Sounds like the perfect time to buy a refurbished HTC One M8.

Unless the M9's 20MP camera is a must-have, the M8 can serve you fine. And instead of spending over half a grand on the device, you can pick one up for $289.99.

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Nexus 6 Devices With T-Mobile SIMs To Receive OTA Update To Android 5.1, Build LMY47M

Ever since Google began releasing Android 5.1 OTAs last week, there has been a bit of confusion over build numbers. The first build to get released was LMY47D, which went out to international variants as well as US models with Sprint SIM cards. The next build to surface was LMY47E, which appears to be shipping on new devices sold by Verizon, who just launched Google's flagship in stores today.

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Atari Releases Multiplayer Fitness App Packed With Exercises, Activity Logging, And Retro Games

So many companies are invested in activity tracking and fitness right now, why not make a game out of it? So seems to be the thought process behind Atari Fit, a multiplayer exercise-oriented experience from the publishers of the oldest video game console most people care to remember.

How do you gamify fitness?

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