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Timely Gets First Significant Update In Ages With Material Tweaks, Support For Alarms/Timers Through Google Now, And More

Development of the popular Timely alarm clock slowed to a crawl when Google acquired the company just over a year ago, but there have been a few small updates since then. Today is a big one, though. Timely v1.3 adds some new features, fixes some bugs, and even adopts a few Lollipop UI elements.

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Google Now Provides Snow Report Cards For Ski Resorts

If you plan on hitting the slopes this winter, it appears that Google Now may be able to help you prepare. A reader sent in this screenshot of a Google Now card providing him with an overview of the weather and snow conditions at a nearby ski resort.

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Chrome v41 Includes Privacy-Friendly Flag To Reduce Referrer Information In HTTP Headers

A new flag added to Chrome v41, currently in beta, reduces the information about referring websites shared with others as you browse the web. The default behavior, without the flag enabled, is to pass along the website you clicked from when you browse to a new page. This feature will make the referring information sent along to websites less specific when you go from one domain to another.

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Knowing your referring website can reveal a fair amount of information about you.

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TRANSFORMERS: Battle Tactics Rolls Into The Play Store Towing A Big Load Of In-App Purchases

There's a new Transformers game available in the Play Store, and it falls into the increasingly popular online battle arena genre. In TRANSFORMERS: Battle Tactics, you must build a team of Autobots and Decepticons to best your enemies on the battlefield. However, it's free-to-play, so is this one more than meets the eye? Nah, it's pretty much what it looks like.

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Noodlecake Re-Releases Wave Wave 'Rebuilt From The Ground Up,' On Sale For 70% Off This Week

For those of you who didn't grow to hate the original Wave Wave, developer Noodlecake has rebuilt the game with new visuals and gameplay. Frustration, however, remains perfectly intact, so newcomers should have their blood pressure under control before diving in. Take a look.

I know, the trailer isn't particularly enlightening, so here's how Wave Wave works. You control a rapidly moving line in a maze-like world that's constantly changing direction and color.

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Yahoo Mail App Updated To v4.8.2 With Package Tracking Updates, Flight Notifications, And More

Using a Yahoo email address isn't really "cool" anymore, but millions of people do. The Yahoo Mail app for Android is getting an update today, so maybe it's time to go back and fire up that old Yahoo account. You'll find the Yahoo Mail app wants to be a lot more than an inbox.

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VLC For Android Gets A New Play Store Listing For Version 1.0, Original App Regains Beta Status

Following the Android version of popular media app Video LAN Client, better known as VLC, is getting a little tricky. The Android build officially exited its beta status a couple of months ago, but now it's been split into two separate apps on the Play Store.

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MyFitnessPal And Endomondo Are Both Now Owned By Under Armour

Under Armour is a well-known fitness brand, but despite its ubiquity on wristbands and sweat-wicking clothes, it isn't the first name that comes to mind in the digital realm. How does a company go about changing this? Buy the brands that are. So here we are, Under Armour announced today that is has purchased MyFitnessPal and Endomondo.

Both of these services are geared towards getting you in shape.

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Box App Updated To v3.6 With Push Notifications, Better Bulk Operations, And More

When it comes to cloud storage, Google Drive and Dropbox get most of the attention, but Box offers many of the same features, and even has a few tricks the other services don't. Today's update to the Box app makes a few tweaks, and you can still get a bunch of free storage space to try if out.

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Microsoft Reportedly Buys Sunrise Calendar For Over $100 Million

Like any company out there, Microsoft wants you to use its products. In those cases when you choose not to, it reserves the right to buy whatever it is that you actually are using. That way you're happy and you're still using Microsoft's stuff. Everybody wins, in a way.

The company's latest acquisition, according to TechCrunch, is Sunrise Calendar. It reportedly dished out over $100 million to seal the deal.

Sunrise Calendar is available for a number of platforms spread across mobile and desktop.

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