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'Cast To UPnP/DLNA For GMusic' Can Stream Google Music To PCs, TVs, XBMC, Xbox 360s, And Many Other Supported Devices

It should come as little surprise that many of us who own multiple Android devices trust Google to tend to much of our music streaming needs. Even if you don't subscribe to All Access, Google Music offers one of the easiest ways to access your personal collection across multiple devices, including smartphones, tablets, and PCs. But what about your TV? Your Xbox 360? If you want to stream music from Google on devices that aren't officially supported, Cast To UPnP/DLNA For GMusic, from the developer of BubbleUPnP, has you covered.

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Stupid Patent Troll Trolling A Bunch Of App Developers Because It Thinks It Owns The Idea Of Using Phones As Location Beacons

Remote Locator Systems, LLC, a generic company incorporated in East Texas, filed a lawsuit against seven defendants recently for allegedly violating one of its patents. That patent can be found here. They've also filed against Google, Apple, T-Mobile, Verizon, and AT&T.

The gist is this - some company in the late 90's thought up the idea of equipping an entire hospital with IR receivers and then putting IR blasters on every employee and important piece of equipment.

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2013 Nexus 7 With LTE Pops Up For Sale In Germany And Italy, Includes Native WiFi Hotspot

There are some Android fans who are positively frothing at the mouth to get their hands on the LTE version of the new Nexus 7. While Google hasn't given an exact date for wide availability, the device is starting to appear for sale in some European markets. Surely it can't be long now.

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One lucky German buyer was able to pick up his preorder from MediaMarkt in Hannover, Germany earlier today.

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Google Transitions From H.264 To VP8 For Hangouts Video Chats, Starts Supporting HD Streaming

Some of you may have already noticed that your Hangouts video looked significantly clearer the last time you fired it up. That's because Google has transitioned from the H.264 video codec to VP8, and with it, the company has introduced HD streaming. Google started rolling out the change to users in the last few weeks, but it will still be a while before this rolls out to everyone.

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Google introduced VP8 back in 2010 as an open and royalty-free format allowing users to watch video in browsers without the need for any additional plugins.

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Wednesday App And Game Sales: Toy Defense 2, Sparky Lock Screen (Free), Splice, And More

There sure have been a lot of sales as of late, and today is no different. We've got another batch of good deals on apps and games to help you cope with the tedious minutiae of life.

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DIRECTV App Hits v3.0, Gets Complete UI Overhaul

If your cable or satellite provider has an app, odds are it's pretty terrible. I mean, have you seen the Comcast app? The DIRECTV app used to fall into the same category, but no more. The 3.0 update is a complete redesign.

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O2 Says The LTE Version Of The Nexus 7 2013 Is Coming To The UK On September 13th For £319.99

Remember that nifty multi-carrier LTE version of the Nexus 7 that was shown off when the tablet was revealed last month? Google has been mum on a specific release date for that version, but United Kingdom carrier O2 is more than willing to chat it up. According to both a tweet from the official 02 account and a short blog post, the "4G" Nexus 7 will hit the UK on September 13th.

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Recent Play Store Nexus 4 Buyers Have 15 Days To Ask Google To Refund The $100 Price Difference

We were all greeted with a pleasant surprise yesterday when Google dropped the price of the Nexus 4 down to $199 for the 8GB model and $249 for the 16GB alternative. Well, not everyone was pleased. There's always those of you who purchased a Nexus 4 at its previous price just days, perhaps even hours, before the price drop. And for you, here's the good news. Anyone who purchased either model of the Nexus 4 on or after August 12th is eligible for a $100 refund.

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Alleged Galaxy Note III 5.68-Inch Screen Panel Photograph Compared With Note II Screen

If you've been holding off on a new phone purchase to get a look at Samsung's Galaxy Note III first, you won't have long to wait: the company is all set to unveil it at their pre-IFA event on September 4th. The Note III has proven surprisingly leak-resistant, but this morning we got the first bit of possibly significant information comparing an alleged screen panel for the new model to the Note II from 2012.

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Google+ For Android 4.1.1 Adds Auto Awesome Photo Notifications, And Here's The APK

According to Googler Virgil Dobjanschi, there's a new version of Google+ for Android rolling out the Play Store right now. While there's no official changelog and the Play Store entry doesn't seem to be telling much, the biggest addition is a new notification for when your photos have been given the "Auto Awesome" treatment. If you'll recall from the 2013 Google I/O presentation, Auto Awesome is a processing feature that automatically turns similar photos into collages or animated GIFs.

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