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AT&T Provides The LG G3 With VoLTE In Latest OTA Update

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[APK Teardown] Inbox v1.7 Finally Prepares To Support Custom Email Signatures

Teardowns can bring both good and bad news. At times, I've been afraid to write about things buried in the dark corners of an apk because they would be misunderstood or make people angry. Then there are times that I see something and I can't wait to tell everybody about it. This is one of the good times. I know people want this, so here it is: Inbox is finally going to offer email signatures.

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Amazon Fire Phone Gets Android KitKat In Big Update To Fire OS Version 4.6.1

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YouTube Creator Studio v1.3 Adopts Material Design, Adds Stats For Traffic Sources [APK Download]

In just 3 weeks, we expect Google to officially announce a new subscription option that will allow users to enjoy YouTube completely ad-free. In the lead-up to this, both the web service and its Android apps have received a swarm of updates and features. In just the last month, there has been a revised web player, search for 360-degree videos, and some improvements to YouTube Kids (with more to come).

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[US Only Promotion] Samsung Giving Away Set Of 4 Limited Edition Marvel's Avengers Cases With Note 4 Purchase

Samsung has teamed up with Marvel to offer a free limited edition set of 4 Avenger themed Galaxy Note 4 phone cases to anyone purchasing the latest generation Korean phablet. Samsung generously applies a $200 value to the cases, but I think that estimate is about 4-5 times too high. They look like pretty typical snap on plastic cases, but the artwork on the back featuring symbols of Thor, The Hulk, Iron Man, and Captain America does look pretty snazzy and is sure to draw nerd lust from all your friends.

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The Man Who Put Snake On A Mobile Device Set To Revive The Game On Android With 'Snake Rewind' May 14th

Taneli Armanto is a name that probably not many of you are familiar with. However, his most notable accomplishment is something that has wasted dozens of hours of my life and probably the lives of most of the people who read this blog. Taneli Armanto is the man responsible for putting Snake, one of the most widely played and recognized games of all time, on a mobile device.

Back in the days when Nokia ruled the wireless world, some 400 million Nokia devices were sold with Snake on board.

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Google Play Books Hits Version 3.4.5 With New Translation Interface, A New Font, And Hints Of Google Drive Sync For Notes [APK Download]

Besides a dogfood version of Play Games, update Wednesday brought us a new version of Play Books - 3.4.5. The changes in this update aren't major (or even immediately apparent), but they are worth taking a quick look at.

First up, there's a brand new translation interface. Rather than a toolbar and sheet overlay, the new translate interface lives on a card, just like the existing notes and dictionary interfaces.

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[Update: It's Live] So BAAAAAA-d It's Good: GoatZ Is Dragging Its Zombie Goat Survival Horror Simulation To Android On May 7th

Listen people, shit just goat serious. Your life was great, you rampaged through the city, flew a jetpack, shot humans with baseballs, went to outer space,..., basically you've had some goat old fun. But something has gone awry and your billy is now a threatened zombie goat that needs to eat in order to survive.

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FYI: Signing Up For Project Fi Kills Your Google Voice Account, But You Can Have It Back If You Quit Fi

There are a lot (a lot) of caveats when it comes to Google's just-announced Project Fi mobile service. Aside from all the phone and network tomfoolery, Google Voice users have some tough choices to make as signing up for Fi essentially nukes your Voice account. It's nice to know that at least you can go back, according to Fi product manager Simon Arscott.

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Google I/O Schedule Appears To Acknowledge 'Nearby' Effort In 'Proximity-Based Communication' Session

Last year, we shared some fascinating information surrounding a rumored effort called "Nearby." According to our information at the time, Nearby would enable Android devices to communicate with people, places, and devices that were, well, nearby.

At the time, we had evidence that the feature would come with a future version of Play Services, with a friendly overview for users explaining that the service could use device sensors to communicate with nearby things.

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