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Chromecast Launches In Brazil - But At R$199, It's Going To Cost You

The Chromecast has made its way to Brazil, bringing with it the ability to stream YouTube, Netflix, Play Movies, Rdio, and others. Sure, not all of the Chromecast compatible apps are able to make the leap - there's no Hulu, Pandora, or HBO Go - but that's to be expected. This is still the same device we've been following for nearly a year now, and it's gaining support from new apps by the day.

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AT&T Has Released The Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1, Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, And Asus PadFone X

It's raining LTE-equipped tablets over at AT&T this fine evening, and you can order yourself up one right now. You've got your choice of a standard tablet, one with a stylus, and one with a whole phone in it. We truly live in the future.

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Google Begins Distributing The Latest Proprietary Binaries For Nexus Devices As "Previews," Should Stay In Sync With AOSP Master Branch

Most people familiar with the Nexus program know that each new Android update usually brings with it a new set of driver "blobs" for each supported phone and tablet in the product line. Even though these proprietary binaries are usually the latest versions when they come out, Google still occasionally receives updates to the drivers even when it's not a good time to issue an OTA. As we've just witnessed from the long lead time on the 4.4.3 release, it can take quite a while before an update is rolled out.

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Google Sneaks In One Last I/O Ticket Redemption Code In Social Message Photo

Now that Google I/O is upon us and the hunt for secret codes planted all over the Android dev resources is over, Google has made one person somewhere very happy. You see, earlier today, the company posted a seemingly innocent Google+ message reminding us the conference is coming soon. In the accompanying photo, we see developer advocate Colt McAnlis staring at the I/O countdown and a wall of code, working hard to bring us more videos and "tons of great content."

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Except buried in this wall of minified JS code is a one-time I/O code redeemable for, you guessed it, an I/O ticket.

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[Deal Alert] Shazam A Song And Get $1.29 In Amazon MP3 Credit, Good For One Free Song

When a catchy song pops up on the radio, during a television commercial, or over the speakers of a general department store, and you don't know who is singing, it's time to whip out Shazam. Now if you live in the US and take the time to Shazam a song - allow your phone to listen to and figure out what is playing - it will reward you with $1.29 in Amazon MP3 credit.

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Thursday App And Game Sales: Mobile Observatory, Samurai II: Vengeance, Bombcats: Special Edition, And More

It's quite a dilemma when you want stuff, but you don't want to pay full price for it. Not much we can do to help you in real life, but there are plenty of sales on apps and games. In fact, we've got a whole list of such sales assembled down below.

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Google Adds Recipe Filters For Ingredients, Prep Time, And Calories To Search Results

There's a cool new feature lurking in your Google search results, but you're not likely to ever come across it on your own. The next time you're looking for a recipe, try adding filters to find just the right one. You'll find it buried in the search tools.

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When Google detects that you've searched for a food, the search tools menu will gain these recipe-specific filters. You can access it on mobile by tapping the "More" dropdown, then choosing "Search tools" at the bottom of the list.

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[New App] Joaomgcd's AutoVera Tasker Plugin Integrates With Your Vera Smart Home Controller So You Can Automate All The Things

With enough money, a collection of Z-Wave devices, and a Vera smart home controller, it doesn't take much to turn your home into an intelligent fortress. There's even an Android app by Vera that puts control of everything into the palm of your hand. But if we've learned anything over the years, it's that you're not impressing anyone until there's a Tasker plugin that can automate everything for you. Now there is.

AutoVera comes to us from joaomgcd, the maker of the best Tasker plugins out there, and security is far from its only application.

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Heartbleed Fallout Continues, OpenSSL Team Publishes And Patches 7 More Vulnerabilities, Some Serious

It seems that ever since the Heartbleed bug was published earlier this Spring, OpenSSL just hasn't been able to catch a break. Today, it was announced that seven additional vulnerabilities had been discovered affecting OpenSSL 0.9.8, 1.0.0, 1.0.1, and 1.0.2 (meaning all versions, basically).

At least one of the bugs, a man-in-the-middle attack referred to as CCS injection (detailed here and here), has been dubbed "serious" by the team.

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[New Game] Cybergon Is A Dangerous Trip Through Cyberspace, From The Makers Of Wind-Up Knight

Cybergon is a trippy journey through cyberspace that won't last long, as chances are you're going to veer head-on into a dangerous floating orb that's empowered to kill you in just one hit. But if you have the dexterity necessary to survive, Cybergon might just be the type of free-to-play fun little diversion your afternoon needs.

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The game is simple. You're a floating blue triangle thing, and you want to touch other shapes of the same color.

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