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Samsung Offers To Cover The Difference If You Buy A 64GB Galaxy S6 Instead of 32GB (Via A $100 Rebate)

Samsung's promotion website has a new deal today that might tempt you to finally pull the trigger on that Galaxy S6 you've had your eye on. If you buy the 64GB Galaxy S6 or S6 Edge, Samsung will basically cover the difference between that and the 32GB with a $100 rebate. Samsung calls this the "Ultimate Upgrade." You have until the end of the day on July 5th to make your purchase.

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Samsung Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge On US Cellular Get Android 5.1.1 OTA Update, 2nd Gen Moto X Begins 5.1 Soak Test

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[Deal Alert] Fórmula, Vol. 2 By Romeo Santos Is Google Play's Free Album Of The Week

Google regularly hands out free music albums, and it tries to shake things up in the process. In the past we've seen options as varied as Disney's Frozen and Kaskade's I Remember. This week listeners are treated to Latin-flavored songs from Romeo Santos. If you head to Google Play, you can download Fórmula, Vol. 2 in its entirety without paying a cent.

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Fórmula, Vol. 2 hit the charts in February of 2014.

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[Android M Feature Spotlight] Toggle 'Charging Sound' On And Off In System Settings

Stock Android may not make a special noise when plugged in to charge over USB, but it does play a tone when your device comes in contact with a wireless charger. Until now though, it hasn't been possible to disable this sound without adjusting the system volume. In Android M that will apparently change, as a new toggle joins the lineup in "Other sounds."

Dial pad tones, screen lock sounds, touch sounds, and touch vibration entries are all still present.

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Google Play Music Updated To v6.0 With Tweaked Nav Drawer, Free Streaming Radio (With Tons Of Ads), And More [APK Download]

Google is rolling out the new version of Play Music, and it's not even Wednesday yet. This update jumps from 5.9 to 6.0, and it makes some significant changes, not the least of which is the addition of ad-supported streaming radio. Oh, and those ads, there are a lot of them.

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[Android M Feature Spotlight] Tap To Wake Is Now A Setting You Can Tweak

"Tap to wake" is advertised as a feature. Instead of reaching for your power button every time you want to wake up your phone, you simply tap the screen a few times instead. It reduces hand contortion and puts less abuse on the physical button all at the same time.

But maybe you accidentally toggle it more often than you would like, and you would rather do away with the feature entirely than continue to deal with rampant pocket dials and general battery wastage.

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Facebook v37 Is The First Version That Can Be Moved To An SD Card, But It's Kind Of Weird Right Now

Google may not love SD cards anymore, but there are still plenty of users who do. If you're packing an SD card in your phone or tablet, there's a surprise coming your way. The v37 beta release of Facebook can be moved from the internal storage to the SD card, but there are some weird things going on with the implementation.

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Google Docs, Sheets, And Slides Can Now Import TIFF And CMYK-Formatted Images

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Google Now Offers Free Ad-Supported Play Music Radio Streaming In The US

Google isn't taking the arrival of Apple Music lightly, it would seem. The company just announced a new free tier of Play Music in the US that provides access to ad-supported streaming radio. It looks to have all the same restrictions as other free streaming services, but you can't argue with the price.

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Myanmar Becomes Eighth Country To Get Android One

Android One is Google's effort to provide customers with compelling and affordable smartphones that still offer a stock experience. The initiative debuted in India before coming to Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Turkey. Today Google announced that Myanmar will be the next country to take part.

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