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Chrome Dev Has A New Video Renderer That Should Play 4K Without Stuttering, And Here's How To Enable It

Video quality keeps getting better, which means file sizes keep getting larger, things keep getting more complicated, and software must continue to work harder. According to Googler François Beaufort, the developmental version of Chrome now has a new video renderer that should be able to handle 4K content without stuttering.

You can try things out for yourself by installing Chrome Dev from the Play Store, enabling chrome://flags/#enable-new-video-renderer, and restarting the browser.

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[Update: Official Changelog Posted] Gmail v5.2 Brings A Shortcut To Contact Cards, A New Add Accounts Screen, And Might Soon Add Vacation Responders For Exchange And Unsubscribe For Annoying Email [APK Download + Teardown]

Update Wednesday is starting off with a new version of the Gmail app. There don't appear to be any grand changes with this release, but it does boast at least a couple minor improvements. The only obvious change in this update comes in the form of a new full screen workflow for adding email accounts. A quick teardown also reveals that users will have the option to add vacation responders to their Exchange accounts, and Gmail's Unsubscribe feature is coming soon.

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Google Fit v1.52 Brings Distance Tracking, Calorie Estimates, A New Widget, And A Watch Face [APK Download]

Google Fit users, it's time to get off your butts and update the activity-tracking app. Version 1.52 has rolled into the Play Store, and it's ready to hit the gym with a new set of clothes and one of those fancy wristbands.

What's New?

For starters, Fit can now track distances and calories. Fire up the app to see how far you've gone and how much you've burned in the process. Google has tweaked the look a bit, and you can now group your fitness history by days, weeks, and months.

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Ultra-Cheap Carrier FreedomPop Is Coming To The United Kingdom, Starting With Free 200 Minutes/200 Texts/200MB Tier

For American penny-pinchers who can meter their phone usage to a tiny sliver of voice and data and supplement with Wi-Fi, FreedomPop offers a pretty amazing deal. If you can snag a compatible phone and SIM card, you can get a small amount of service every month for free, gratis, and nothing. The service is now expanding outside of FreedomLand (he said, with only a trace element of irony) and hopping the pond to the United Kingdom.

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Verizon's LG G Pad X Leaks Courtesy Of Our Old Friend @evleaks

Despite not being in the leaking game anymore, @evleaks posted a list of devices destined for Verizon recently, and now there's an image of one. Behold, the LG G Pad X for Verizon. Have you seen an LG tablet before? It looks kind of like that.

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Verizon's HTC One M7 Lollipop Update Is Set To Start Tomorrow, May 14th

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[Deal Alert] HTC One M8 (Sprint, Verizon, And AT&T) On Sale For $299.99 At Best Buy Today Only

The HTC One M9 is HTC's new flagship, but there are still plenty of M8s floating around out there. Best Buy is looking to unload some stock today with a steep discount. You can get a new M8 for AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon for $299 off-contract. This deal is valid today only, or until supplies are exhausted.

2015-05-13 11_38_49-HTC One M8 4G LTE Cell Phone with 32GB Memory Gray 6217A - Best Buy

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LG's Low-End G Stylo Comes To Boost Mobile Today For $200, Sprint And Sprint Prepaid Starting In June

The G Stylo is an odd beast: its huge screen and built-in stylus imply a competitor to the Galaxy Note series, but a collection of low-end hardware specs means that it's actually intended for bargain hunters or those on a tight budget. If you're looking to get an interesting phone on the equally cheap Boost Mobile MVNO, you've now got the G Stylo as a choice. Boost is selling the phone for $199.99 without a contract.

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Nexpaq Modular Phone Case More Than Triples Kickstarter Goal, Seems Marginally More Plausible Than A Modular Phone

There have been a few Kickstarter and Indiegogo campaigns lately that are pushing the idea of a modular phone similar to Google's Project Ara. These are devices designed by small teams of people without the engineering resources of Google, and if you'll forgive my pessimism, they sound like nonsense. Nexpaq is a somewhat more modest take on the modular phone. The modules plug into the Nexpaq case and you simply drop in your existing phone.

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Nexus 5 Should Get Android 5.1.1 (LMY48B) Any Time Now, According To Sprint

We've seen Android 5.1.1 roll out to the Nexus 9, the aging Nexus 10, and the underwhelming Nexus Player. Now it looks like the latest version of Android is ready to come to phones.

Sprint has updated its Nexus 5 support page to show the device running Android 5.1.1. The build number is LMY48B.

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