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BlackBerry Posts Priv Intro Video And Touts Its Commitment To Privacy

After years of trying to make it work with its BlackBerry OS, the once-dominant Canadian smartphone maker is giving Android a shot. The company acknowledged the existence of the Priv (previously codenamed Venice) with an awkward video demo by the company's CEO, but now there's a more professional intro video out.

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Synology Updates Many Of Its Android Apps With DSM 6.0 Beta Compatibility, Two-Factor Authentication, And More

Synology will sell you network attached storage, and it will give you no shortage of Android apps to access it with. Recently the company has updated several of those mobile bits of software with support for DiskStation Manager 6.0 Beta. This is the latest version of the operating system you can install to one of those aforementioned NAS boxes, which you're welcome to download if you have the right hardware.

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Google Calendar Gets A Set Of New Illustrations To Accompany Events In 30 Languages

Google Calendar 5.x is quite the visual experience. Sure, the relatively unorthodox way it goes about listing events rather than showing you a grid of dates may not feel as Calendar-y out of the box, but boy is it pretty. And now it's prettier. Google has added new illustration to accompany more of your events.

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Jamba Juice Is Giving Out Free Android Mini Figurines If You Use Android Pay

Google never really promoted Wallet in all the years it existed and was capable of NFC payments, but at least it's trying with Android Pay. If you've got a Jamba Juice nearby, you can (maybe) get a free Android mini figurine if you pay with Android Pay. If you like Android and could go for a smoothy, it's a win-win.

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Sprint Will Now Deprioritize Speed For Unlimited Data Subscribers Who Use Over 23GB A Month, But Only While The Network Is Congested

Unlimited always comes with an asterisk. Today Sprint has announced that it will begin deprioritizing customers who use over 23GB a month in a move to maintain a better network for the majority of its users.

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[The Android Police Podcast] Episode 181: The P Is For Pre-Ordered

Welcome back to another week of the Android Police Podcast. To catch us live on Hangouts On Air every Thursday at 5:30PM PST (subject to change as per the calendar widget below), just head over to androidpolice.com/podcast. For the unedited video show, click here (warning: this video is uncut). As always, we'll take your questions at 530-HELLO-AP and also at our email address: podcast at androidpolice dot com.

On this week's episode: Nexus pre-orders, our Moto 360 Gen. 2 review, the lead-up to HTC's A9 launch, Verizon's upcoming DROIDs, and more!

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[Update: Discounts Not Limited To Music] Some Users Receiving Offer To Save 50% Off Any Album Under $15 On Google Play

When I fire up the Play Store, I generally start searching for an app right away. But sometimes it pays to scroll through the pages. Some users are seeing an option to save 50% off any one album under $15.

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[Deal Alert] Buy A 49-Inch 4K Sony Android TV ($998) From Dell And Get A $350 Dell Gift Card

You could pick up a cheap Nexus Player or an NVIDIA SHIELD if you just want Android TV in your life, but Sony also makes some TV with the software built in, so why not? If you need a new TV anyway, you can't go wrong. One of Sony's Android TVs is available through Dell, and you'll get a whopping $350 gift card when ordering.

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BBC And NVIDIA Release An iPlayer App Exclusively For SHIELD Android TV Owners In The UK

iPlayer is a treat from the BBC to its viewers in the UK. The broadcasting network produces content, and it lets locals view them from the comfort of their mobile devices. Think of it as the relationship seemingly every other popular Internet streaming service has with the US, at least initially.

Now folks living on that small little island across the pond can also stream content to their Android TV, as long as it's a SHIELD box. NVIDIA has made an app, with the BBC's permission, exclusively for SHIELD Android TV.

Yup, it's an app that you can only use in a certain country on a particular device.

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[Copy All The Things!] You Can Now Copy Changelogs And App Descriptions Using Android Play Store App

Earlier today, Kirill Grouchnikov, the face behind the Play Store Android app, detailed a set of relatively substantial design tweaks and RTL language support destined for an upcoming update. Unfortunately, the APK uploaded to APK Mirror shortly after did not seem to have the majority of these changes live just yet, but Kirill, who also announced his departure from the Google Play team, managed to sneak in one last parting gift.

And it's the best gift he could have possibly given us. Or at least me, considering I copy changelogs all day long for APKMirror.com. I think I now owe him 100 beautiful white roses.

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