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[Deal Alert] Discounted International Nexus 6 And Other Devices Currently At Expansys USA

A 32GB Nexus 6 will run you $649 in the Play Store, while the larger model will set you back $699. Right now Expansys USA is offering the international variants for $20-30 off. The smaller option is marked down to $619, while the latter is priced at $679. Both sizes are available in Cloud White or Midnight Blue.

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Let me repeat, these are international versions of the Nexus 6, version XT1100.

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Trading RPG 'Merchants Of Kaidan' Costs $5.99, But It Might Just Make You Rich

Merchants of Kaidan is a game of buying and selling. If there's action—say you lose a finger in a bet, or a winged beast is pursuing your ship—it's only part of the inherent risk in bringing goods to market. People out there have money to spend, and you can't be timid if you want your share of it.

That's the sense of purpose that guides players through Merchants of Kaidan, a trading game with RPG elements that may get some players thinking back to Sid Meier's Pirates!, only with merchants and less combat (along with noticeably fewer eye patches).

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Friday App And Game Sales: Today Calendar, Star Command, Ticket to Ride, And More

You might have taken advantage of that cool Chromecast deal last week to get some free Google Play credit, but what can you spend it on? Maybe some of this stuff because it's on sale. Might as well make that free money go as far as possible.

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Rumor: Google's Next Android One Initiative Wants To Make Data Usage For Some Apps Completely Free

The Information is back with another juicy Android rumor today, this time on the subject of Google's Android One initiative, the company's effort to launch low-end handsets in developing countries that offer software updates directly from Google instead of carriers or device OEMs.

According to Amir Efrati, Google is exploring an expansion of Android One's benefits for users in these regions, where mobile data coverage is not only unreliable, but also disproportionately expensive compared to the rest of the world.

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Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910F (International Snapdragon Version) And Galaxy Note 3 SM-N9005 Getting Lollipop In Some Markets

We've been seeing a handful of Samsung flagships get updated to Lollipop here in the United States, where the lion's share of phones are still sold with shackles firmly attached to the carriers. The standard international model of the Note 4 uses Samsung's own Exynos chipset, but there's also a variant with a Snapdragon 805, model number SM-N910F.

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Google Helpouts Is Shutting Down In April 2015, Android App Already Removed From The Play Store

Google introduced the Helpouts service, a special version of live video Hangouts specifically intended for instruction and guides, back in November of 2013. The Android app followed shortly thereafter, allowing users to access paid and screened experts for a variety of skilled or specialized tutorials. Apparently it hasn't been as popular as Google had hoped: the company has informed users that the service will be shutting down on April 20th.

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Facebook Is Testing A Version Of Its App With Material UI Elements

Facebook's app has long been a source of great discontent among the Android faithful. Facebook goes its own way with design and is slow to change direction, but it looks like some users are getting an updated version of the UI that has at least a little material influence. Specifically, there's a floating action button.

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Google Launches WebView Beta Channel In The Play Store

You're probably more aware of WebView after the recent dust-up over security issues in older versions of Android. WebView is a tool developers can use to display web content in an app without implementing a whole browser, and today Google is opening a beta test for WebView on Android 5.0 and higher.

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AT&T Introduces A New $75-7GB Mobile Data Tier... For When 10GB Is Too Much, But 6GB Is Not Enough

Far be it from us to question the actions of a multi-billion dollar corporation... no, wait, questioning the actions of corporations is exactly what we're supposed to be doing. Let's try this again: hey AT&T, what gives? Today the carrier is introducing a new tier to its data pricing, giving it a grand total of eleven options in its Mobile Share Value plan segment.

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Google Goes For Record Lack Of Android Mentions In Latest 'Be Together' Ads

When Google kicked off its Be Together, Not The Same campaign, it started off with Androidified characters just being generally adorable. This month, the company has decided it doesn't need to make any references to Android, phones, tablets, or devices of any kind in order to sell its products. Google handles most of our searches, and it knows nothing draws eyeballs like cute animals doing cute animal-y things.

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