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Official: LG Watch Urbane Will Be Available On The Google Store In 13 Countries By End Of The Month

LG has officially announced that availability of the Watch Urbane will begin this week in South Korea, with twelve other countries getting it on the Google Store some time before the month is out (as in, before the end of next week).

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[Update: It's Back] Deal Alert: 64GB PNY Turbo Performance MicroSD Card On Sale For $24.99 On Amazon

When built-in storage just isn't enough, you can always pop in a microSD card. Well, unless you have a Nexus 6... or the new Galaxy S6... or a Moto X... or—okay look, that's not the point. There are still some phones that support microSD cards and here's a 64GB card that's mega-cheap. Alright?

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Alleged ARM Leak Reveals Five Upcoming 10nm And 16nm CPU Cores

A leaked slide posted to the Chinese social networking service Weibo claims to show what ARM has in store for the next generation of reference designs. There are five total Cortex cores, all with codenames taken from Greek mythology. Some of them include manufacturing process information, but others are lacking in detail.

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Chrome Remote Desktop Updated To v43 With New Icon And Revamped UI [APK Download]

Google hasn't updated Chrome Remote Desktop on Android for a while, but today it's jumping from v39 to v43 to match the latest Chrome release. The good news is the app no longer looks like a relic from the holo age, but I'm not seeing any feature additions as of yet.

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Microsoft Outlook For Android Leaves Its Preview Status Behind

Microsoft Outlook came to Android in January, and after no shortage of updates, the company now feels that the time has come to remove the app's preview label. It has become a full-fledged piece of software, mature and feature-rich enough to take on the world like countless freshly-out-of-beta apps before it. Outlook for Android, according to Microsoft, is ready to compete with its iOS counterpart.

There are numerous signs of this maturation.

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Apktool v2.0 Exits Beta After 2 Years In Development, Adds Android 5.1 Support And Relocates To Github And Bitbucket

In every field, there are certain tools of the trade that everybody just simply knows. Apktool has become one of those, helping app modders and themers with reshaping the software we use on our phones every day. Version 2.0 has been in the works for 2 years, and just yesterday it was promoted to a final release.

The list of changes is pretty expansive; but if you've been following along with the beta versions, there aren't too many surprises.

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Regal Cinemas Shows How An Android App Is Done Right With A Material Design Upgrade

Most Android apps from large corporations don't really consider the design guidelines worth following - hell, a lot of them are carbon copies of the counterpart iPhone app. (From three years ago.) The app from movie theater chain Regal Cinemas is refreshingly different: even before the latest update it followed Holo guidelines pretty well throughout the interface. The latest update, published in the Play Store yesterday, brings it up to Material Design.

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Facebook Announces Hello, A Dialer And Caller ID Replacement With Social Smarts

After popping up in a leak several weeks back, Facebook's Android dialer app has been released in the Play Store. Rather than going with the generic and confusing "Phone," the app is called Hello. You can place calls, see who's calling, and block incoming callers.

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Google's 'Project Fi' Cellular Service Invitation Site Is Live

Ready for Google's vision of a modern cell phone service provider? So are we. Google Fi isn't quite prepared to open its doors, but right now it's accepting sign-ups for invitations at this site. The service isn't quite ready to launch, but according to the site and the video, lucky invitees will be allowed in sometime in the next week.

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SwiftKey To Partner With Dashlane To Insert Your Passwords Automatically, Launching This Week In Beta

Swiftkey prides itself on making your mobile typing experience easier and faster than stock keyboards, but these days the competition has really upped its game. Predictions and swiping aren't enough to qualify as unique anymore. But a new unannounced feature from SwiftKey might be just the edge they need to stay competitive.

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