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[Awesome] You Can Correct Misinterpreted Voice Searches By Following Up With 'No, I Said'

Here's something that might just blow your mind. If you perform a voice search and Google misunderstands you, or you happen to garble your words, there's a quick way to take care of that. Just follow up with a second search that begins with "No, I said..." Google will then replace the incorrect word with what you said the second time.

Here's an example. Let's say you're in a hurry to get to our lovely website, and you say "OK Google, take me to Android Police." It doesn't hear you properly, and somehow you end up with Android mobile.

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Rumor: Picture Of Samsung's VR Headset Emerges, IFA Announcement Alongside Note 4 Allegedly Imminent

Fire up the rumor mill, because with the annual IFA trade show just two months away, the leaks are already starting to roll in. Today's comes from Sammobile in the form of two new images relating to Samsung's upcoming Gear VR virtual reality headset.

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The first image would seem to confirm the Gear VR branding (it appears to be a screenshot from a setup app), while the second may be a first-use tutorial.

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[New Game] Fightback Fights Its Way Into The Play Store After Beating Up On iOS

Button-mashing beat 'em up games aren't super-common on mobile devices because there aren't really buttons to mash. Fightback makes it work by translating a flurry of taps and swipes into punches and kicks. Are there bad guys on the screen? Yes? Just tap all the things. It seemed to work pretty well on iOS, where Fightback was rather popular.

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Android And PC Cross-Device Clipboard Syncing Coming Soon To Pushbullet

The Pushbullet folks crank new functionality into their nifty push notification app so often that it would almost be more newsworthy if they stopped, but until that day comes, here's another cool feature that we're happy to see in the works. The ability to copy and paste across Android and Windows machines recently made an appearance in the beta version of the app, and a screenshot found its way to Google+.

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From the image we can see that the feature will require users to have Pushbullet installed on both their PC and their Android phone or tablet.

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Google Drive Gets A Shiny New Interface On The Web, Rolling Out To Users Starting Now

Quick, if you're on a desktop browser, open a new tab and head for Google Drive. You might just see a new interface for Google's document and storage service, first announced back at Google I/O. Drive is getting a makeover to make it more like navigating files in a desktop file manager, complete with thumbnail views for all items and keyboard modifiers that let you manage multiple files at once.

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CyanogenMod 11 Snapshot M8 Now Available For Download

The newest snapshot build of CyanogenMod is rolling out now, and it's a bit of a jump from the last version. This is the first snapshot based on Android 4.4.4, and it brings a few new features. Now that the M builds are essentially the stable channel, it's probably time for CM users to get flashing.

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[Deal Alert] LG G Watch Available For 25% Off From AT&T Using This Trick

AT&T is treating the G Watch like any other accessory online, which means you can potentially get a pretty good deal. See, AT&T has an ongoing deal offering 25% off if you buy three accessories. That brings the cost of the watch down to $171.75.

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Xperia C3 Selfie Phone With 5MP Wide-Angle Front-Facing Camera And Soft LED Flash Now Official

Sony is boasting its new Xperia C3 as the best smartphone for taking selfies thanks to its wide-angle 5MP front-facing "PROselfie" camera, soft LED flash, and a set of quirky apps. Hey, scoff all you want, but this is a big deal. Selfie is a real word now, and if I have to write about the subject seriously, the least you can do is read this with a straight face.

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Now where was I?

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[ಠ_ಠ] The First Game For Android Wear Is A Flappy Bird Clone, Because Screw You, That's Why

Games made specifically for Android Wear devices were almost inevitable. Despite the small size, there's a lot of potential for Wear integration for full-sized Android games - you could use your watch as a Star Trek-style alert system for an RPG, or as a fun secondary screen, like the Visual Memory Unit on the old Dreamcast. Even games limited to Wear itself could do a lot with simple taps or swipes.

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Latest Software Update For Verizon's Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 (P905VVRUANE4) Adds A Few Bug Fixes And Not Much Else

If you're one of the few people who sprang for Verizon's pricey, LTE-enabled edition of the Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, you may have noticed a software update in your notification bar today. The KOT49H.P905VVRUANE4 update isn't all that notable; most of the actual content comes from updates to a bunch of the bundled-in Amazon and Verizon apps like Kindle and VZ Navigator. But there are some bug fixes and a couple of security extras you might want to grab.

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