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Watch The Google I/O 2016 Keynote Livestream Right Here (360-Degree And Regular)

Google I/O 2016 is kicking off, and here's the video stream you're looking for. It's presented in 360 degree video, not that you'll want to look at the crowd. All the good stuff is happening on stage.

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The HTC 10 Launches On T-Mobile Today For $679.99 With Free Ice View Case And Extra Charger

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Google+ Web Preview Update Improves Mentions And Adds Polls

It seems that when Artem complains, things get done. Recently, our esteemed leader posted on his personal account about the mentions feature of Google+ and how awful he found it. Less than a fortnight later and Googler Luke Wroblewski has announced a new update for the Web Preview, which includes improvements to mentions, along with a new feature - polls.

What's New:

  • 79 bug fixes
  • 8 accessibility issues addressed
  • Ability to create polls
  • Ongoing improvements to +mentions (more coming)
  • About information always visible on Communities on small screens

Neither Artem nor I have the update yet, so the improved mentions cannot be tested, but they can't be worse than when Artem posted earlier this month.

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[Deal Alert] $5-6 Off Coupon Codes For Three Of Aukey's New USB Type-C Chargers With QC 3.0 & Nexus Rapid Charge Support

I reviewed Aukey's lineup of chargers a couple months ago and overall, I liked them. They are solid, affordable, and work well. My only qualm with them was that they were not capable of rapid charging my Nexus 6P. Well, Aukey has some new chargers out now that solve that issue. They sent me three to check out and I'm happy to report that they work great with QC devices and the new crop of Nexus phones alike.

All three chargers sport one USB Type-C port that is compatible with Nexus phones and QC 3.0 devices, the other ports are 2.4A adaptive ports that will work just fine to juice up your other gear.

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Google Releases Google Play Developer Console App In The Play Store

Yo dawg. Google heard you like apps, so it made an app for tracking your apps. Specifically, there's now an app version of the Google Play Developer Console. It just went live in the Play Store, but it'll really only do you any good if you develop apps.

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Yahoo Mail Offers Contact Syncing And An Open Beta Of Its Android App

Yahoo Mail might not be the trendiest web mail service on the planet, but it's still used by hundreds of millions of accounts (if not necessarily that many actual people). And somehow, the official Yahoo Mail app for Android has neglected to sync contact information with the operating system before now. That's been rectified, according to the Mail blog on the Yahoo-owned Tumblr. The latest version of the app in the Play Store, 5.5.3, confirms it in the changelog.

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iFixit Tears Down The Pixel C, Finds 17 Magnets And Glue, Lots Of Glue

Do you like Android device porn? We sure do. We love it when phones and tablets shed their outer shells and splatter all their naughty bits for us to gawk at and drool over. It's innocent fun and we learn a thing or two about smartphone anatomy that they don't teach us at school. The most educational gadget porn providers are iFixit: they don't just show you what's lodged inside your favorite gadgets, they also teach you how to get to the important bits in case you need to fix them. They're like the physiology professors of techies.

The latest device to pass under iFixit's scalpel is the Pixel C, Google's most recent and most awesome tablet.

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Fitbit Acquires Wearable Payment Tech From Smart Card Maker Coin

Coin was one of the first companies to try its hand at combining all those credit cards you haul around into a single smart card. There have been others since, but some haven't even shipped. Coin eventually sold over 250,000 units, but this is the end of the road. Coin's wearable payment platform has been acquired by Fitbit, and it will no longer sell its current smart payment device.

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[Update: Official] Android Pay Is Probably About To Launch In The UK

Sometimes Google's social team jumps the gun a little bit. Case in point, earlier today the Android Twitter account posted that Android Pay was finally available in the UK after being announced way back in March. Except, well... not quite yet. That tweet was removed and now they are saying we're "not quite there yet." We're betting that means tomorrow.

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WhatsApp's Latest Update Introduces An Annoying Notification For The Web Client

WhatsApp is doing something not so cool, but maybe a bit understandable in its latest beta version 2.16.86. When you start WhatsApp Web, you'll get a new notification telling you that the web client is currently active.

The notification seems semi-permanent. You can't manually dismiss it, but it disappears when you don't use the web client for a while, only to re-appear when you switch back to that tab in your browser. I kind of understand the rationale behind it: safety and privacy. Maybe you forgot WhatsApp Web running on a computer that you're not using or maybe you've stepped away from your computer, but someone else has opened your tab and started checking your conversations.

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