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Play Store suggested search filters are rolling out to all

Google started testing a new search feature in the Play Store recently. Well, not really recently. Search suggestions began appearing for some people late last year, but now it appears to be rolling out to everyone. Just do a search, and there they are.

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OUKITEL K10000 Pro with 10000mAh battery presale starts today for $179.99 ($40 off) [Sponsored Post]

OUKITEL has started the global presale of the battery monster, the K10000 PRO. It will pack the fastest charger and long lasting 10000mAh (!) battery with great performance.

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T-Mobile is bringing Android 7.0 Nougat to the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge this week

For T-Mobile customers who have been patiently waiting for the Nougat update to come to their Samsung Galaxy S6 or S6 edge, that light at the end of the tunnel is fast approaching. The carrier's gadget guy, Des, announced on Twitter that Android 7.0 will be rolling out to both devices in the coming days.

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[Deal Alert] Sonos SUB gets a rare discount to $599 ($100 off) across the web until June 18th

There are a handful of companies that almost never discount their products - Sonos is one of them. It's an occasion whenever we see a price cut at all on these wireless audio products, but this time, there's a rather sizable $100 reduction on the SUB. From now until June 18th, you'll be able to pick up a SUB for just $599 at a number of retailers.

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[Update: Winners, coupon for everyone else] Wireless audio giveaway: 10 readers will win Bluetooth noise canceling headphones and portable speaker ($75 combined value) from Tronsmart [US only]

If you've yet to join the wireless audio trend or are just dying for an upgrade to your existing gear, this giveaway is for you. 10 Android Police readers will win a Bluetooth speaker and some snazzy Bluetooth, active noise cancelling headphones from Tronsmart. This prize package has a combined value of $75, but it won't cost our winners a single cent.

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Samsung updates SmartThings app, adds tablet support and new dashboard experience

Samsung's entry in the home automation, monitoring and security space is SmartThings. It consists of a connected hub (that you can pick up for around a $100 at present) and various additional sensors and accessories you can hook up to it, depending on your needs. It's all controlled by the SmartThings Mobile app, which has mostly mixed reviews on the Play Store but is now getting what appears to be a significant update.

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FLIR announces updated FLIR One thermal cameras for Android with USB Type-C, a revamped app, and more

The first gen FLIR One was only for iPhone, but the second gen had Android support. The problem: in those days microUSB still reigned supreme, and it was non-reversible. That meant some phones had the port facing the "wrong" way to use the FLIR One dongle. Today, FLIR is announcing a new third generation FLIR One thermal camera that adopts the Type-C port. There are plenty of other changes, too.

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Tumblr's social video watching app Cabana is now available on Android

Ever wanted to hang out with friends and watch some silly YouTube videos without actually having to hang out with friends watching silly YouTube videos? Well, you're in luck, as Yahoo-owned Tumblr has just released Cabana for Android. First launched on iOS in April, the app allows you to video call your mates and watch the same videos together at the same time.

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[Deal Alert] Aukey's dual USB QC 3.0 car charger is $9 on Amazon with promo code

Aukey makes great chargers and portable battery banks, and the company's QC 3.0-compatible Dual USB car charger goes on sale somewhat frequently. Now you can get it from Amazon for just $9, once you use a promo code.

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June 2017 Android platform distribution stats see steady rise for Nougat and not much else

With another month of Android version stats released, Google's latest version of its mobile operating system saw predictable gains, ticking up a total of 2.4 points versus a little over a month ago. All other versions of the platform either held steady or declined, with Android 5.1 and 4.4 seeing the largest losses, at 0.7 points each.

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