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Chrome Dev Has Started Opening Chrome Custom Tabs For All Apps, But Not For Everyone

Google started offering Chrome Custom Tabs in v45 as a way to open links, and some app developers have started taking advantage of the faster rendering and Chrome data integration. Now, Google appears to be taking matters into its own hands to make links load faster when you use Chrome Dev. Some users are seeing Chrome Custom Tabs loading for all apps when Chrome Dev is set as the default.

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Google+ Web Preview Shows Recent Search History, Pinned Post Indicator, And More In Latest Update

You can use Google+ on your phone, but you can also use it on the web. That's how these things work. If you're using the preview version of Google+ in your browser, a couple of additions have made their way into the experience.

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Motorola Uploads Marshmallow Kernel Files For The 2015 Moto E LTE

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BlackBerry Priv Now Available From Verizon For $720 Or $30 Per Month

Your options for keyboarded Android phones these days are next to non-existent, but BlackBerry still loves its hardware keyboards. You can now get the BlackBerry Priv on Verizon Wireless for $720 full price or $30 per month on a payment plan.

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[Exclusive] An Early Look At Redesigned System Settings In Android N

Android N is expected to show up at I/O in May, but you don't have to wait until the official unveiling to see what the future holds. Following our report on the upcoming changes to the notification shade and quick settings, we've got more details on the system settings in Android N. You might have already seen the settings screenshot with a hamburger menu, but that's just the tip of the iceberg.

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[Deal Alert] Capital One Is Offering Four Free UberPool Rides To All Cardholders This Weekend

What's in your wallet? If it's a Capital One card, and you live in one of the largest metros in the US, and you like hoping into cars with strangers, then you may be about to get four free UberPool rides.

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[Deal Alert] Linkin Park's Best Selling Album, Hybrid Theory, Free On Google Play Music (Likely US Only)

Google once again is handing out free music on Google Play. This time, the album is one that a lot of you may actually want, Linkin Park's Hybrid Theory. Linkin Park was a huge deal back in my high school years, and their song, In The End, must have played about a thousand times on my car's radio. Well, the album is free today, and you too can listen to it and relive some memories.

Here's a complete list of the songs on the album.

  1. Papercut
  2. One Step Closer
  3. With You
  4. Points Of Authority
  5. Crawling
  6. Runaway
  7. By Myself
  8. In The End
  9. A Place For My Head
  10. Forgotten
  11. Cure For The Itch
  12. Pushing Me Away

I could say some more about this giveaway, but in the end, it doesn't even matter – so why bother.

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Amazon Announces Two New Alexa-Powered Devices, The Echo Dot And Amazon Tap

Amazon launched the Echo a while back as the first device with its Alexa voice control system. Now there are two more, each with a different take on the Echo's functionality at a lower price. The Echo Dot is a small connected speaker/mic that can add smarts to your existing speakers, and the Amazon Tap is a portable Bluetooth Speaker with Alexa voice commands.

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Thumb Drift From SMG Studio Drifts Into The Play Store, Explodes After Hitting Wall

You may know SMG Studio from the neato tower defense game OTTTD or the frustratingly addictive One More Line. Now, SMG has turned its attention not to turning, but drifting. The cars in Thumb Drift are tuned for big drifts around corners, but they also explode immediately when you hit the wall.

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Microsoft Hyperlapse Adds 1080p Video Support And Option To Save To The SD Card

Hyperlapse is Microsoft's fancy name for smooth time-lapse videos. The Android app can shoot new scenes or import your existing videos and stabilize them, remove the shaking, and either keep them at the same speed or fast-forward them up to 16x for a more adrenalin-pumping effect.

The app received an update to add two important features when you're dealing with video. First is the ability to shoot and export edited video in 1080p, and second is the option to save videos to the SD card. Both options can be found and activated in the app's settings, but they're only available on devices that support them.

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